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Family of Abebe Bikila Sues Vibram

The family of the late Ethiopian marathon champion Abebe Bikila is suing Vibram for allegedly using his name without permission, according

Police Officers Will Run Tokyo Marathon as Security Measure

About 64 officers with extensive running backgrounds will be monitoring the course while they run.

Jenny Simpson Breaks American 2-Mile Record

New Balance squad takes down women's DMR world record. Bernard Lagat shatters Masters 3000m mark.

Derrick, Thweatt Dominate 2015 USA XC Championships

Approaching the finish line tape of the USA Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Boulder, Colo., Chris Derrick waved three fingers in

Owl Attacks Runners, Steals Their Hats

An owl in Salem, Oregon is turning into quite the villain in the running world. At least four runners have been attacked by an owl in the

Hoka One One Signs On As Title Sponsor of Northern Arizona Elite

The multi-year agreement a "game-changer" for both upstart organizations.

80-Year-Old Woman Sets A Half Marathon Record

Anne Garrett's record is also a personal PR.

Study: Run Slower—And Less—To Live Longer

Danish researchers say "strenuous joggers have a mortality rate not statistically different from that of the sedentary group."

U.S. Cross Country Championships Heading Back to Bend in 2016-17

Bend, Oregon will play host to the USA Track & Field Cross Country Championships in 2016 and 2017, the organization announced this

7 Things You Should Know About The 2015 U.S. Cross Country Championships

This weekend's event will feature many of the top runners in the country.

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