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IAAF Attempting Bold Experiment In Copenhagen

World Half Marathon Championships will take place simultaneously with citizens race.

The Marathon Still Matters

In 2013, 1,100 U.S. marathons generated a record 541,000 finishers.

Eager Lagat Going After American Record At Carlsbad 5000

Marc Davis' mark of 13:24 has stood since 1996.

Kleppin, Pennel Take Different Paths To Half Marathon Worlds

Lauren Kleppin and Tyler Pennel will compete in Saturday’s World Half Marathon Championships in Copenhagen.

Lukas Verzbicas Hitting The Right Notes Ahead of Carlsbad 5000

The 21-year-old professional triathlete carries a lot of inspiration into Sunday's Carlsbad 5000.

New York City Marathon Announces Lottery Selections For 2014 Race

More than 77,000 marathon hopefuls applied for spots in the 2014 race.

Grunewald Tops Women’s Startlist At Carlsbad 5000

The race will be broadcast live Sunday at carlsbad5000.com/live.

Confessions Of A Rookie Race Director

Planning and organizing a race is a much bigger challenge than it first seems, writes Daniel Seidel.

Universal Sports To Air Boston Marathon Tribute Event

The coverage will honor those affected by the tragic events of April 15, 2013.

Sole Man: More Insights About Goucher’s New Deal

What might be next for one of America's most popular distance runners.

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