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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 ProPublica.org 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

American Marathon Great Pat Petersen Succumbs to Cancer

The marathon great was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer just 10 weeks ago.

Meb Keflezighi Has Sparkling Masters Debut at Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego

The 40-year-old set new Masters records at Rock 'n' Roll San Diego.

92-Year-Old Harriette Thompson Finishes Suja Rock ‘n’ Roll San Diego Marathon

Upon crossing the marathon finish line in Sunday’s Suja Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon and Half Marathon, 92-year-old Harriette Thompson was

Fierce Battles, Fast Times Highlight Day 2 of Pre Classic

Simpson win's women's 1,500; Dibaba runs fifth fastest 5000m in history.

Farah Wins Thrilling 10,000-meter Race at Pre Classic

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