In 25 years of running, T.J. Murphy never paid much attention to his technique. Until now.
The Kenyans saw him in his Five Fingers and called him "crazy."
With more and more runners are taking off their shoes, is this a trend that will last?
The Delaware professor thinks people were born to run.
The ultramarathoner will be on hand at 4 p.m. to chat, sign autographs and offer advice.
According to Britain's leading barefoot running coach, it's all about form.
Some of America’s 50 Best Running Stores are making the most of the barefoot running craze.
It seems like nearly everyone has an opinion on this subject.
The race kicks off in one the world's most populous cities.
Barefoot runners from all over came out on Friday night to hear a panel of experts, celebrities, and coaches speak about minimalism.