Running in college is fun, and for most people, getting a job isn't. When you're 17, choose fun.
For an American such as Shalane Flanagan, victory could mean a massive payday.
Peter Vigneron offers some ideas on how to spice up the sport and make it more entertaining.
It’s much easier to talk about anti-doping than to actually do it, and so far, it’s not clear what the plan is.
Peter Vigneron doesn't believe that running has as pervasive a doping problem as cycling. Here's why.
By definition, sports are rule-based and arbitrary, so if you don't follow them, the whole thing kind of collapses and becomes meaningless.
Senior contributing editor Peter Vigneron comments on the curious case of athlete sponsorship.
Haile Gebrselassie and Paula Radcliffe have accomplished enough to retire, but if they want to keep going, why not?