We caught up with the surprise second American finisher at last Sunday's Houston Marathon.
Harsh conditions slow times across the board.
Long runs, big miles, hundreds of hours, many weeks and months of training are wasted! Or are they?
He was the U.S. Champion in the 25K two years ago.
The sixth-place Marathon Trials finisher talks about what makes his 2:11 debut special—and why you should have seen it coming.
The Minnesotan is to face competition from strong international field at the 30th edition.
Runnerspace.com is streaming the event live this Saturday.
He won with a 28-second margin.
Antonio Vega, Andrew Carlson and Sean Quigley lead men's contingent.
Unsure of his fitness level, Olympian Keflezighi withdraws from race. Olympian Ryan Hall headlines a solid men’s field at Quad-City