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Boston Strong—Presented By Competitor.com

As the world turns its eyes to Boston, the healing has begun on Boylston Street—but for many, closure is still at least 26.2 miles away.

Repeat Winners Rock The Field In San Francisco

Chris Mocko (1:10:28) and Elle Pishny (1:23:53) win for the second-straight year.

Bawcom Breaks U.S. 10-Mile Mark At Cherry Blossom

Christo Landry won the men's USA title in 46:41.

Bekele Blazes Debut Marathon In Paris

The world record-holder for 5,000 and 10,000 meters ran alone for the final seven miles.

New Running Store Breaks The Mold

The new Boulder Running Company store is huge and chock full of unique features.

Report: Athletes Could Boycott USATF Outdoor Championships

The athletes are calling for more power when it comes to USATF enforcing the rules at meets.

Video: Wilson Kipsang On The Sub-2 Hour Marathon

The current marathon world-record holder and Olympic Marathon bronze medalist discusses the possibility and likelihood of a sub-2 hour

Well-Rounded Drahotova Ready To Walk The Walk

The 18-year-old Bohemian athlete is an accomplished runner, cyclist, and race walker.

Kenyan Peter Kirui Works Hard, Dreams Big

Kirui will test his form in Saturday's Prague Half Marathon as he targets a future marathon win.

Visually Impaired Runners Ready To Tackle Boston

Sixty-three visually impaired runners, most with the aid of guides, will run the Boston Marathon on April 21.

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