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Chasing Rio, Part 3: Meb Arrives in L.A.

Meb Keflezighi arrives in Los Angeles, hoping to add another chapter to his legacy.

Full-Time Lawyer Annie Bersagel Has Sights on Rio From L.A.

It’s all or nothing for the 32-year-old international lawyer.

Why Should The Average American Runner Care About the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon?

Olympic Trials qualifier Patrick Rizzo shares his thoughts on how to make the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon more appealing to everyone.

Video: How Are the Race Tactics Different at the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon?

Alan Culpepper explains how race strategy changes at the Olympic Trials.

Will the Olympic Trials Marathon Help L.A.’s 2024 Olympic Bid?

City officials hope the Trials prove L.A.'s worth to host big-time sporting events.

Bobby Curtis Hoping to Take Advantage of Olympic Trials Opportunity

The 31-year-old believes he has what it takes to land on the podium in Los Angeles.

For the Trials Contenders, There’s Even a Strategy for Water Bottles

Runners go to great lengths to make sure their fluids are easy to find in a crowded race.

Excitement Mounts As Olympic Trials Marathon Fast Approaches

The state of American marathoning is strong as excitement builds toward next February's U.S. Olympic Trials.

Blue-Collar Runners Putting It All On The Line at U.S. Olympic Trials

Like boxing, distance running has always been a sport that propagates hard-working underdogs.

Kellyn Taylor Ready To Handle The Heat In Los Angeles

The 29-year-old firefighter-in-training is hoping to land a spot on the podium at the U.S. Olympic Trials Marathon.

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