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13 Memorable New York City Marathon Moments

One of the world's greatest marathons came from truly humble beginnings — not so long ago.

Ritz On The Rebound: Q&A With Dathan Ritzenhein

The 31-year-old is healthy again and gearing up for the Rock 'n' Roll Philadelphia Half Marathon on September 21.

Alberto Salazar Has Laser-Like Focus In Oregon

The cutting-edge technology is used to treat injuries at the Nike Oregon Project.

Workout Of The Week: Alberto’s 300’s

Break free from the monotony of the one-lap interval.

Report: Athletes Could Boycott USATF Outdoor Championships

The athletes are calling for more power when it comes to USATF enforcing the rules at meets.

Gabe Grunewald’s National Title Reinstated

Jordan Hasay withdraws her protest, forfeits spot on world team.

Further Insights About The Conflict At U.S. Indoors

Athletes erupt in their calls for reform against U.S. running’s governing body.

Cain Finishes First, Second In Professional Debut

The high school senior finishes on the podium at the NYC Gotham Cup

Ask The Coach: How Do I Avoid GI Problems In A Marathon?

Matt Fitzgerald explains how to keep it all in check on race day.

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