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Ultrarunners To Compete In FKT Race On China’s Yuzhu Peak

On May 20, ultrarunners Stevie Kremer and Anna Frost will be competing in a challenging 12km FKT race up China's Yuzhu Peak.

Tech Buzz: First Look At Advanced Earphones, Fitness Trackers And Apps

This month we review new smart earphones from Life-Beam, the Garmin Vivosmart 3, and a brand new Runkeeper app.

How To Run And Train Through A Hot Summer

Here is everything you need to know about running when the temperatures spike.

Nike Lights Up The Night With First LED Running Track

Nike just built the world's first LED running track in Manila that allows runners to race against themselves and get lap-by-lap feedback.

40 Races For Her 40th Birthday—And Sponsoring 40 Runners

Jenna Powers wanted to challenge herself with 40 races in her 40th year. But she also wanted to help other new runners.

What You Need To Know About Wrist-Based Mapping In GPS Watches

New technology helps make discovering great runs anywhere in the world increasingly easy and GPS watches are taking advantage.

14-Year-Old Completes Marathons In All 50 States

Nikolas Toocheck just completed 26.2 miles in all 50 states—and he did it for a good cause.

This Speed Session Will Help You Run Fast And Relaxed

This speed session hits both aerobic and anaerobic systems for faster yet relaxed running that won't exhaust you at the end of the day.

The Many Layers Of Ultrarunning Star Anton Krupicka

Anton Krupicka became ultrarunning’s most talked about star and now adding climbing, biking and skiing to his repertoire, he’s no less

This Is The Right Way To Recover From A Marathon

Take time to consider these three real race day scenarios—and discover the best practices to properly recover from each one.

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