The latest news from the world of Running. Races, the pros, the winners and running shoes.
At the USATF National Outdoor Track & Field Championships in Sacramento this week, Coburn once again plans on bringing her A game.
A study found that microaggresions against female athletes in the form of sexist or racist statements, increased during the 2016 Olympics.
The most prevalent aid station beverage just got a major makeover…
This is the second year that TrackTownUSA brings us the TrackTown Summer Series featuring some of the top runners in the sport.
Brooks Running Company announced their partnership with the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games, taking place July 1-6 in Seattle, Wash.
Two of America’s most distinguished female marathoners, Sara Hall and Desiree Linden, will headline the ASICS Half Marathon on July 2.
The 800-meter runner is not being suspended from competition after USADA determined how she ingested the banned substance.
Running USA released their annual report on marathons and half marathons in the U.S. for 2016.
The Queens 10K third-place finisher ran from her Airbnb to the race start, and continued running from the race finish to the airport.
For the first time in its 44-year history, the race will be implementing a new drug testing policy and protocol.