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So What About Boston 2015?

This year’s Boston Marathon is over, so planning for next year’s race—which includes setting the field size—has already begun.

Remembering Jim Ryun’s Memorable Mile

Jim Ryun ruled the classic race distance in his day, and even broke the world record on two occasions.

Exciting Distance Races Highlight Oxy High Performance Meet

High temperatures didn't slow the field much in a variety of races in Eagle Rock, Calif.

Q&A: One-On-One With Lauren Fleshman

Catching up with the two-time 5000m national champion about being a new mom and her 2014 goals.

Olympians Racing In RNR Portland Half

A 10K race has been added to the mix this year.

Champions Bring ‘Major’ Competition To San Diego

Jeptoo, Kiplagat headline a stellar women's field at the Suja Rock 'n' Roll San Diego Half Marathon.

Coach: Mosop Faces Long Rebuilding Process Built On Speed

The Kenyan has been slowed down by injury problems in recent years.

24 Must-Do May/June Races Across The U.S.

Get sweaty this summer running a variety of races from 5Ks to ultramarathons.

30 Years On: The First Women’s U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon

The 1984 women's U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon helped changed running forever.

Video: Orange County Marathon Winner DQ’d For Taking Outside Help

Mohamed Fadil accepted water from a cyclist who was not affiliated with the race.

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