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What Makes the Bolder Boulder 10K Such a Special Race?

The Bolder Boulder 10K, now it its 37th year, has been run every Memorial Day in Boulder, Colo., since 1979. It’s been one of the

Boulder Trail Runner Dave Mackey Survives Gruesome Mountain Accident

(Update: Dave Mackey returned home on June 13 after undergoing seven surgeries and spending three weeks in the hospital.) Elite

New Movie About Steve Prefontaine Nearing Completion

The film's crew is largely made up of Coos Bay, Ore., natives.

Meb Keflezighi to Make Masters Debut at Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego

Meb, who turned 40 on May 5th, will compete in the half marathon.

Washington D.C. Named ‘Nation’s Fittest City’

The American College of Sports Medicine compiled its annual American Fitness Index and determined through a variety of criteria that

Despite Date and Course Changes, Rock ‘n’ Roll Philadelphia Lives On

A visit by Pope Francis caused scrambling by Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia organizers.

Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego to Host Masters Half Marathon National Championships

The Masters division is as strong as ever.

New Study Reveals Why We Keep Signing Up for Marathons

When it comes to pain, marathoners often forget just how much 26.2 miles actually hurt.

Michael Wardian Runs a 2:59:49 for 50K on a Treadmill

The 41-year-old broke his own world record.

Strava Launches New City Guides Feature For Runners

The feature highlights popular routes as well as the best spots to stop for a picture, grab a cup of coffee or purchase gear.

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