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Alan Webb Begins Triathlon Career Sunday

Alan Webb will race in a non-elite relay in Florida.

Boston Library Exhibit To Pay Tribute To Boston Marathon Bombing Victims

The exhibit will run from April 7-May 11.

Quad-City Times Bix 7 To Host U.S. 7-Mile Championships

The Iowa race has hosted the U.S. Championships three times before, most recently in 2010.

Sold-Out LA Marathon Back On Track

With new leadership, a sold-out field and a new CEO, the LA Marathon appears to be back on the fast track.

Boston Marathon Runners Feel The Sting Of Winter In Their Training

Many roads and sidewalks are simply unsafe to run on.

Q&A: Keeping Up With Magdalena Lewy Boulet

The 40-year-old juggles family life with a full-time job and a full-time running habit.

Farah, Mutai, Meb Headline NYC Half

Track specialists Molly Huddle and Sally Kipyego will make their half-marathon debuts on the women's side.

Deena Kastor To Headline Rock ‘n’ Roll Dallas Half Marathon

The Olympian was forced to withdraw from the Rock ‘n’ Roll New Orleans Half Marathon with the flu.

Neely Spence Gracey To Undergo Knee Surgery For Patella Bipartite

The Hansons-Brooks athlete has not run since November because of the ailment.

Ritz Out, Hall and Abdi In For Boston Marathon

Kenyan Moses Mosop, second at Boston in 2011, also announces withdrawal from race.

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