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Improve Your Diet—Don’t Replace It

Most runners, like most non-runners, don’t eat as well as they should. The minority of runners who do eat as well as they should reap a

Shoe of The Week: Montrail Caldorado

A versatile shoe that works on a variety of trails.

Like a Crowd? These Are the Largest Road Races in the U.S.

Running USA recently reviewed 2015 statistics and compiled a list of the largest road races in the U.S. for that year. While some of the

Trail of the Week: Red Hill Loop, Carbondale, Colorado

A great route in Colorado.

At 70 Years Young, His First Marathon Awaits

The longtime runner will go for 26.2 at St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Nashville.

Out There: What’s Fair?

If everything was fair, it wouldn't be nearly as fun.

BMW Designs Advanced Racing Wheelchair for Team USA

BMW takes the lead on a new and improved racing wheelchair design ahead of the 2016 Paralympic Games.

After Surviving a Horrific Car Wreck, Peggy Kohlmeyer Finds Joy in Running

The St. Jude Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Half Marathon is another stop is an incredible journey.

Workout Of The Week: Threshold Repeats

Try this workout from coach Brad Hudson to boost your fitness.

Former American Record Holder Chris Solinsky Retires From Professional Running

The 31-year-old will turn his attention to coaching.

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