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What To Do When Signing Up For Your First Race

Beginning runners are often challenged finding the right race for the right time.

Khannouchi Splitting With His Wife

Despite the divorce, the two will still maintain a coaching relationship.

Runner Crawls To Finish For Coach And Team

She collapsed meters before the finish and crawled across the line. At the California State Cross Country meet last Saturday, 16-year-old

NYU Coach Is One Diamond Richer

Coach Jon Phillips had planned to run the race as a tune-up.

Ryan Hall Will Run Boston Marathon

Will the third time be the charm?

Joe Vigil Honored At Adams State

Bronze statue erected in honor of influential running coach.

New York Road Runners Off To A Running Start

Instructional videos aim to inspire coaches and shape a new generation of runners.

Proceed With Caution: Exclusive Interview With Ray Treacy

Learn more about the man behind Molly Huddle’s recent American Record. Ray Treacy spends most of his time as the Director of Track

The Running Event—Alberto Salazar Interview’s Matt Fitzgerald caught up with American distance running legend Alberto Salazar at the Hall of Fame banquet at The

Competitor Q&A: Steve Scott On Peaking And American Running Resurgance

In the second part of a two-part interview, Steve Scott discusses how to best peak for a race and his view on the current resurgance

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