The proper balance of quality and quantity is key when developing a cross-training program.
Many athletes are going gluten-free, even if they don't have a gluten sensitivity. Why?
Olympian (and celiac sufferer) Amy Yoder Begley shares her insights and experiences.
A revolutionary product is changing the way athletes fuel for endurance events.
The runners are once again wearing the all-black Oregon Project jerseys.
Kenyan Mary Keitany dominated the women’s field en-route to her first world title. The young Kenyan was on world record pace most of
Men and women look to improve upon 10th and 4th place finishes from 2008. The US squads are ready to roll at this year’s IAAF World
PROVIDENCE – Matt Tegenkamp (Portland, Ore.) and Amy Yoder Begley (Portland, Ore.) won the respective men’s and women’s
Day one of competition in Berlin was highlighted by a stellar battle between Kenya and Ethiopia in the women’s 10,000m. Day One Photo
Matt Fitzgerald caught up with 2009 USA 10,000m champion Amy Yoder Begley. Amy discusses her relationship with her coach Alberto Salazar,