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Honolulu Marathon a Popular Choice for First-Timers

The appeal to new runners has many reasons.

USA Track & Field Amends Olympic Trials Marathon Qualifying Standards

The late changes put the U.S. Trials marks more in line with the Olympic qualifying standards.

How To Get Into the 2016 New York City Marathon

The demand is high, but here's how you can get an entry.

How Donkey Kicks Strengthen Your Glutes

They don’t require any equipment and can be performed anywhere.

Running Tech Buzz: Timex Ironman One GPS+

Stay connected through the mobile network with just this GPS smart watch.

The Running Mentalist: Oz Pearlman

The famous mentalist turns out to be a pretty good runner and we got some insight into what keeps him running, how he trains and his new

Does Extreme Ultrarunning Make Your Brain Shrink?

A study of 44 runners in Europe uncovered some interesting data.

Dallas Marathon and its Star-Studded Relay to Be Streamed Live

Big names like Meb Keflezighi, Desiree Linden and Molly Huddle will be running.

Is Galen Rupp Eyeing the 2016 Olympic Marathon?

The 29-year-old is signed up for a half marathon this weekend.

Ultrarunning at a Crossroads: Is There a Growing Doping Problem on the Trails?

As the sport emerges from its grassroots beginnings, it finds itself at a rather challenging inflection point.

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