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American Elites Ready For London Marathon Debuts

Only two women, Kellyn Taylor and Laura Thweatt, will be representing the U.S. in the elite field at this Sunday's race.

Is Running Good For The Planet? Many Events Are Going Green

Many running events can produce waste and leave a pretty big footprint. Now races are taking efforts to go green and help the planet.

Olympic Gold Medalist Brianna Rollins Suspended For Missed Drug Test

Brianna Rollins, gold medalist in the 100 meters in Rio 2016, has been suspended for a year from competition after missing three drug tests.

How Runners Can Combat Spring Allergies

If high pollen counts and spring allergies are making your runs miserable, we have a solution. Try these steps to combat allergens.

Women’s World Record Could Be Broken At This Year’s London Marathon

Paula Radcliffe's women's world record in the marathon of 2:15:25 could fall at Sunday's 37th Virgin Money London Marathon.

Gear Highlights From the 2017 Boston Marathon Expo

We checked out the newest running shoes, tech and accessories on showcase at the 2017 Boston Marathon Expo, and here's what stood out.

The New Rules Of Carbs For Runners

Don’t let all-or-nothing beliefs about carbohydrates hold you back. Here are the 'new rules' you can use to fuel your body.

How Two Joffrey Ballet Dancers Add Running To Their Routines

Dancers by day and runners by night? Two members of Chicago's renowned dance company share what running looks like for a dancer.

Galen Rupp’s Post-Race Thoughts On His First Boston Marathon

Rupp shares his thoughts on a second-place finish, where he had the toughest time on the course, and what he'll be up to next.

2017 Boston Marathon Post-Race Interview With Meb Keflezighi

The 2014 Boston Marathon champion says goodbye and thank you to Boston as a competitive runner after his final race on the course.

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