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Why Leadville’s “Cutoff Queen” Has The Toughest Job In The Sport

Sandy Monahan is known as the "Cutoff Queen" at Leadville 100, and her job is to tell people when their race is over and they've been cut.

The Science Of Cramping Might Be In Your Head (And Stomach)

Sports drink company HOTSHOT is changing the way we view, treat and even prevent cramping on the run.

Americans Hasay And Rupp Will Race Chicago Marathon

The elite field was just announced and includes 18 Americans, including legend Joan Benoit Samuelson who will try for an age-group record.

Running Community Rallies To Support Gabe Grunewald’s Cancer Treatment

She's battling cancer for a fourth time, and the running community has come together to support her in an incredible way.

Today Is The First Ever National Obstacle Course Racing Day

National Obstacle Course Racing Day commemorates the first ever Warrior Dash race which took place on July 18, 2009 in Joliet, Ill.

Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Announces Goo Goo Dolls As Pre-Race Headliner

The band will perform for more than 30,000 runners on Sunday, Nov. 12, prior to the marathon and half marathon start.

Bear Expert Weighs In On Recent Runner-Bear Encounters

With the recent trend of runners encountering bears on the road or trails, we ask a bear expert why this may be.

Neely Spence Gracey Repeats Win At Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half

Defending champion Neely Spence Gracey returned to the Humana Rock ā€˜nā€™ Roll Chicago Half Marathon reclaiming her title in 1:13:13.

Kilian Jornet Wins Hardrock 100 After Dislocating His Shoulder

Jornet completed 87 miles of the course with an injured shoulder and still managed to grab the victory.

Katherine Switzer Preps for NYC Marathon at Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago

She's running this weekend's Rock 'n' Roll Chicago 5K as part of her training for the NYC Marathon this fall.

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