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Laura Thweatt Hoping for More New York City Magic

After a great marathon debut in New York, Thweatt returns for the Healthy Kidney 10K.

Federal Judge Dismisses Run Gum Lawsuit

The judge ruled that the USATF and USOC have implied immunity from antitrust laws.

Kenya Found Non-Compliant With Antidoping Rules

The East African nation's participation at the upcoming Olympic Games in Rio is in jeopardy.

Newton Running Unveils Special Edition Shoe for Ironman Texas

Newton Running has unveiled a new special makeup of its Aha shoe for Ironman Texas on May 14, an event that is serving as the North

Chasing Adam: What to Make of Run Gum v. USATF and the USOC

This is the second edition of “Chasing Adam,” a new column from longtime running writer Adam W. Chase aimed at telling

Runners DQ’ed for Wearing Headphones in a 10K Race

Dozens of runners were disqualified after running the Beverly 10K race in Hull, England, on May 8 because they were using portable music

Kenya Announces Olympic Marathon Teams

The list is a who's who of recent World Marathon Majors champions.

Ultrarunner Karl Meltzer Plays a World-Record 230 Holes of Golf in 12 Hours

Utah-based ultrarunner Karl Meltzer has done some pretty crazy things with his endurance running prowess in recent years. Not only is he

T-Mobile CEO John Legere Buys Advertising Space on Nick Symmonds’ Arm

The winning bid was nearly $22,000.

New Professional Track & Field League to Debut in Eugene

For years, track and field athletes and administrators have kicked around the idea of having some sort of U.S. pro circuit of meets to

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