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Godbout, Albon Win Spartan World Titles

The 16-mile course in Vermont pushes racers to their limits.

Boston Marathon Announces Qualifier Cut-Off for 2015 Race

23,546 runners are accepted into the race, slated for April 20.

Violinist Runs Toward New Goals After Brain Surgery

Roger Frisch had two electrodes implanted into his brain to combat a condition that caused tremors.

Seeking Glory At 14,000 Feet, 14 Times Over

Nolan’s 14 involves cresting the 14 peaks above 14,000 feet in the Sawatch Range of the Rockies.

Huddle Grabs Fourth Career U.S. 5K Title

The Providence runner crosses the line in a personal best time of 15:10 to claim victory.

Deena Kastor Shatters World Masters Half-Marathon Record

The 41-year-old clocks 1:09:36 to finish third at the Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver Offers Entries To Runners Displaced From Canceled Boulder Race

Runners displaced from the canceled Boulder Marathon can get a free entry to the Oct. 19 Rock 'n' Roll Denver event.

Lagat Just Misses American 5K Record At Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia

The 39-year-old finished second at the inaugural event.

Kara Goucher Ready To Rock In Philadelphia

The 36-year-old is excited to return to racing this weekend at the Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon.

6 Storylines Ahead Of The USA 5K Championships

Molly Huddle is the favorite to win on the roads of Providence, R.I., where she lives and trains.

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