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American Track Legend Steve Scott Being Treated For Cancer

American mile great being treated in San Diego.

Cemetery Hosts Running Races as a Marketing Tool

The cemetery in Peoria, Ill., hopes to attract more customers through on-site events.

Finally Having Fun: Brent Vaughn Finds New Perspective as a Pro

Vaughn will compete at Janus Rock ‘n’ Roll Denver, which doubles as the USATF Colorado State Half Marathon Championships A few months

New York Road Runners Watching Ebola Outbreak

The New York City Marathon is scheduled for Nov. 2.

Q&A: Amy Hastings Keeps an Eye on Olympics

The American runner recently finished fifth in the Chicago Marathon, matching her PR of 2:27:03.

Steady Progress: Exclusive Interview With Bobby Curtis

The 29-year-old Hansons Brooks athlete ran a two-minute PR to finish as the top American at the Chicago Marathon.

Timeline: Women’s Running Through the Years

Running was a sport for the men once upon a time, but that notion slowly deteriorated as historical moments changed the perception of who

Pace Changers: A Look at the Women Who Changed Running

Running wasn't always a sport for females, but these women were the catalyst for change.

Former Navy SEALs to Tackle Polar Circle Marathon

Temperatures for the Oct. 26 race could hover around zero degrees.

Picking the Brain of Nicholas Romanov

The creator of the Pose Method talks about all things running form during a visit to Competitor's office.

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