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How Running Surfaces and Speed Influence Your Risk of Injury

Both speed and running surfaces play a part in causing injuries, but it's not what you might commonly think is creating the problem.

Pushing Through the Pain Cave

At mile 30 of the Bear 100 Mile Endurance Run, Luke Nelson struggled to focus as he moved along the beautiful, but difficult course. A

Atlanta to Host 2020 U.S. Olympic Team Trials – Marathon

USA Track & Field and the United States Olympic Committee announced Monday that Atlanta will host the men and women’s 2020 U.S.

Gal Gadot & Reebok Debut New Badass Collection

It’s pretty hard not to love Gal Gadot. The Israeli actress is just as fierce off camera as she is on. When she’s not saving the world

How Much Do Biomechanics Really Have to Do With Running Well?

Maybe your foot strike isn’t perfect, your stride a little long and your hip extension weaker than you’d prefer—but how much does

34 New Guinness World Records Claimed at the London Marathon

It’s been 11 years since Guinness World Records first partnered with the Virgin Money London Marathon to grant record titles to runners

MasterChef Contestant Dies During London Marathon

One runner has died following his participation in the 2018 Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday. Matt Campbell collapsed after

How To Crush Your Next Half Marathon

Whether you want to PR or simply finish, these pacing tips straight from a professional runner will carry you through 13.1 miles.

Reebok’s New Racer Carries Elites Into Boston’s Top 10

In 2014, American runner Tyler Pennel debuted at the Twin Cities Marathon and made his mark in the running world by winning in 2:13:23. Two

Amby Burfoot On Running Boston 50 Years After Win

In 1965, Amby Burfoot entered the Boston Marathon for the first time and finished in 25th place. Back then, to get a bib, runners only

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