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Sole Man: Are You A Socks Addict? I Apparently Am

The author loves running socks, but is his collection a little too much?

Pilk’s Points: A Recharge Of Inspiration

Caitlyn Pilkington rediscovered her motivation to race after cheering on her charity teammates at a triathlon.

Lessons Learned From Serial Racing

Racing frequently can be risky, but there are also lots of potential rewards to this approach.

Violinist Runs Toward New Goals After Brain Surgery

Roger Frisch had two electrodes implanted into his brain to combat a condition that caused tremors.

Shoe Of The Week: Mizuno Wave Kazan

The Wave Kazan is one of two great trail running shoes Mizuno debuted this year.

Competitor on Demand: One-Leg Quad Stretch

A couple of variations will make the classic quad stretch even more effective.

A Survival Guide to the Grossest Things About Running

Sometimes, our bodies don't cooperate while we're running. Here's how to handle the unexpected.

Seeking Glory At 14,000 Feet, 14 Times Over

Nolan’s 14 involves cresting the 14 peaks above 14,000 feet in the Sawatch Range of the Rockies.

Is College-Licensed Running Apparel Coming Soon?

Runners find it hard to represent their alma mater. But that might change soon.

Sliding Your Way To Fewer Running Injuries

Matt Fitzgerald discusses the benefits of using a slideboard to decrease injuries and properly train your hip stabilizing muscles.

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