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Without Pacemakers, Chicago Marathon Becomes Wide Open Race

Runners are mixed about the absence of a pacer this year.

Joan Benoit Samuelson Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Record Marathon

She will run the Chicago Marathon this year to commemorate her American record in 1985.

Ultrarunners Plan to Run From Chicago Marathon to New York City Marathon

The two will run more than 40 miles a day for three weeks.

Miki Suwa Gorman, Legendary Women’s Marathoner, Dies at 80

The women's marathon pioneer battled cancer for five years.

Strava Launches New Interactive Running Data Tool

The database has interesting stats for runners and cyclists in cities around the globe.

Top Speakers Planned for Second Annual Endurance Sports Summit

Best-selling author Christopher McDougall will be among the headlining speakers at the National Endurance Sports Summit, Oct. 10-11 at

Newton Running Tabs Joe O’Neil as New CEO

Newton Running announced today it has hired athletic footwear industry veteran Joe O’Neil as its new CEO. The Boulder, Colo.-based

2016 Boston Marathon Qualifier Breakdown Announced

The field of qualifying runners for the 2016 Boston Marathon has been filled and, overall, it is a considerably faster group of runners

USA Track & Field Increases Financial Support For Athletes

The new Revenue Distribution Plan will deliver an additional $9 million in cash to athletes over the next five years.

RSG to Re-Brand Stores With JackRabbit Name

What’s in a name? Apparently everything for a national chain of running stores. The Running Specialty Group (RSG), a Denver-based

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