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D’Agostino Named USATF Athlete Of The Week

The Dartmouth senior won the NCAA Division 1 Cross-Country title.

Boston Bombings Affect California Marathon Security

Bomb-sniffing dogs will be at the start line.

USATF Announces 2013 Hall Of Fame Class

Bob Larsen, Meb Keflezighi's coach, is one of the honorees.

Sam Chelanga Wins Manchester Road Race

The two-time NCAA Cross-Country champ had a premonition that he'd prevail.

Once An Astronaut, Always A Runner

Mike McCulley plays a vital role in the annual Space Coast Marathon.

NYRR To Become Title Sponsor Of Millrose Games

The New York City running body has increased its commitment to indoor track.

Big Changes In Store For B.A.A. 5K

The race will take place two days before the Boston Marathon.

Bretan On A Roll At Inaugural Berkeley Half

The Berkeley resident continued her Bay Area racing success last weekend.

Fewer Track Athletes To Compete At 2016 Olympics

A cap of 2,000 competitors will be enforced in 2016 — down more than 200 from the London Games.

Keilbarth Wins Freezing Route 66 Marathon

The former University of Tulsa cross-country runner had to battle artcic-like conditions.

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