Christopher McDougall’s “Born to Run” hit bookstore shelves four years ago this week, and, quite frankly, the impact on the running
One Oakland, California resident is happy about her decision to go shoeless.
Friends of the ultrarunner flew in from all over the country to assist in the search for his body.
He will be traveling to 13 cities.
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?
Irene Davis makes the most credible case for barefoot running. Interview by: Matt Fitzgerald Christopher McDougall, author of Born to Run,
With all of the buzz going around about barefoot running, Competitor.com’s Sean McKeon spoke to the makers of the one shoe barefoot