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Bucket List: Iceland’s Laugavegur Ultra Marathon

Running across the remote interior of Iceland offers a stark blend of natural beauty and rugged terrain.

How Americans Can Run The Havana Marathon (Legally)

Americans can once again participate in Cuba's Havana Marathon in 2014.

Strong Field To Line Up At Western States 100

More than 360 runners representing 26 countries will descend on California next week for the 41st edition of the Western States 100, a

Interview With High School Phenom Anna Maxwell

The future University of Washington runner will compete at this weekend's Brooks PR Invitational.

Apolo Ohno Gears Up For Rock ’n’ Roll Seattle

The eight-time Olympic medalist will swing by his hometown this weekend as he prepares for the Ironman World Championships in the fall.

Bob Larsen To Receive Award In The Wake Of Keflezighi’s Boston Win

The longtime UCLA track & field coach has guided Keflezighi to wins at the 2009 New York City and 2013 Boston Marathons.

7-Time NCAA Champ D’Agostino Joins Team New Balance

The Massachusetts native will continue to work with her coach from Dartmouth College, Mark Coogan.

Joe Rivard: The Police Officer Who Keeps Running

The 38-year-old is approaching day No. 2,000 of his running streak.

2015 Boston Marathon Registration Opens Sept. 8

The field size of the 2015 race has yet to be determined.

NCAA Star D’Agostino Turns Pro, Signs With Agent

The Dartmouth standout capped her collegiate career with a third-place finish in the 5000m at nationals last weekend.

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