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Olympic Track Athletes Share Why They’re ‘Uncool’

Even Olympic track stars have insecurities.

On the Road Again: Mo Farah Looks to Win EDP Lisbon Half Marathon

Against a fast field, the Olympic champion is shooting for the top of the podum.

Brooks ‘Playing to Win’ Apparel Market Going Forward

Brooks execs say the company wrapped a transformative year in 2014—and the Seattle-based company is aiming even bigger in 2015. After

World Marathon Majors, IAAF Increasing Out-of Competition Drug Testing

All aspects of the testing program will be coordinated by the IAAF Medical & Anti-Doping Department.

59 Runners Take on Ambitious D.C.-to-Mexico City Weekend

Two days, two Rock 'n' Roll races, two capitals in two countries.

Ward, Russell Capture U.S. Titles At The LA Marathon

Kenyans Daniel Limo and Ogla Kimaiyo take the overall victories on a warm day.

Molly Huddle Becomes First American to Win NYC Half

Continuing to build her impressive resume, Huddle matches course record in New York.

Come-From-Behind Wins Highlight Rock ‘n’ Roll DC

Both men's and women's winners surge ahead in the home stretch.

Marine Corps Marathon Lottery Opens

Runners have 10 days to put their names in the hat.

10-Year-Old Sets New Half Marathon Age-Group World Record

Fast, young American kids are burning up the roads with new world records.

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