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Trail Runner Dave Mackey Enduring Long Road to Recovery

Two and a half weeks after falling on a mountain run in Boulder, Mackey remains hospitalized.

Runners Finish with Same Name and Time at Suja Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego

Seven hours, 26 minutes and 37 seconds after the start of Sunday’s Suja Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Marathon, two men hit the

Grant Fisher Becomes 7th High School Boy To Run Sub-4:00 Mile

The 18-year-old equaled the third fastest mark ever run by an American high schooler.

Small Study Says Long Run Distance Is Telling

Study says the closer you get to race distance in training, the better you can maintain your target pace.

Salazar, Rupp and Nike Respond To Doping Allegations

Accusations from an assistant coach and former Nike athletes surfaced this week.

2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Course Unveiled

The looped course is designed to be spectator-friendly.

Assistant Coach, Former Athletes Accuse Alberto Salazar of Cheating

A joint investigative work from BBC and is suggesting Salazar has created a "win-at-all-costs" program.

Brooks Survey Reveals the Habits of Everyday Runners

Some of the habits of runners have been unearthed in a new survey.

Scott Jurek Attempting Appalachian Trail Speed Record

Jurek started his journey on May 27 in Georgia.

BBC Show Looks Into Doping Allegations in Track & Field

A BBC TV news program airing on June 3rd will apparently broadcast its long-rumored report on performance-enhancing drug use in track and

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