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First Certified Running Guide Dog Graduates from Training

After logging more than 200 miles during six months of training, Klinger has become the first certified running guide dog for visually

Emily Infeld Wins 10,000m Bronze Medal At World Championships

American Dan Huling takes fifth in 3,000m steeplechase.

Caitlin Judd, Lewis Kent Win Beer Mile World Classic Titles

Part Olympic Games and part Crazy Town, the inaugural World Beer Mile Classic held on Aug. 22 in San Francisco, was to be about “Failing

Mo Farah Retains 10,000m World Title

He sealed the deal with a 54-second final lap.

Eritrea’s Ghirmay Ghebreslassie Wins World Championships Men’s Marathon

The heat was a factor for everyone but him, it seemed.

The World’s Steepest 400-Meter Race Comes to the United States

On Sept. 26, the world’s most extreme 400-meter race will be hosted in the U.S. for the first time at Olympic Park in Park City,

U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon Will Be Televised Live on NBC

It's the first time the men's and women's marathon will have live coverage.

Paula Radcliffe Wary On Publicly Releasing Blood Data

The marathon world-record holder says the data can be easily misunderstood and misinterpreted.

Spartan Race Searching For World’s Fittest Bride-to-Be

What's next for obstacle course racing? Would you believe a "fittest bride" challenge?

Oiselle Will Outfit Yale’s Cross Country and Track & Field Teams

The Connecticut-based Ivy League school not only has a rich history in women's cross country and track and field.

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