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Heat Forces Cancellation Of Rock ‘n’ Roll Montreal Marathon And Pushes Half And 10K One Hour Earlier

Due to unsafe weather conditions expected in Montreal, Rock 'n' Roll race officials have made the decision to cancel the full marathon.

What It Looks Like To Run Along America’s Iconic Route 66

Salomon athlete Max King decided to run from town to town in the American Southwest on Route 66 and document his journey along the way.

The New Brooks Levitate Promises To Give Runners More Energy

The new Brooks Levitate running shoe claims to have the greatest energy return in the industry thanks to new DNA AMP technology.

8 Different Types Of Runners You Will Definitely Encounter

Are you a party animal or a weekend warrior? Find out where you fit in among these groups of runners.

Here’s The Lineup For The First U.S. Virgin Sport Festival Of Fitness

The first U.S. edition of the Virgin Sport Festival of Fitness takes place next month with two races and three stages of fitness classes.

Darcy Piceu Sets New FKT On The John Muir Trail

This past weekend trail and ultra-runner Darcy Piceu set her second Fastest Known Time (FKT) this year on the John Muir Trail in California.

Tough Mudder Expands With Creation Of World Championship

Just announced, the Tougher Mudder 'elite' waves can compete in three Regional Championships and one World Championship event.

The Top Places To Run And Refuel In Miami, Fla.

Will Smith was right—ain't no city in the world like this, especially for runners.

New Research Reveals Which U.S. City Exercises The Most

Today marked the release of the 2016 Community Rankings for Exercise, which ranked 189 cities to find out who exercises the most.

Torrential Weather Forces Mid-Race Cancellation At Copenhagen Half

Runners were greeted by sun at the start line but two hours into the race a torrential downpour and hail forced the race cancellation.

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