All Posts Tagged ‘Dathan Ritzenhein’: Page 2

Is Squeezing 100% Out Of Yourself Worth It?

Or are you satisfied with performing to 90% of your potential but with less chance of injury?

Ritzenhein, Tegenkamp Lead U.S. Charge at Chicago

A strong international field will line up in The Windy City on October 13.

Making The Case For Runners To Cross-Train

Seriously, everyone's doing it. Join the crowd.

Galen Rupp Earns Fifth U.S. 10K Title

The Olympic silver medalist booked his ticket to Moscow.

Farah’s Season Off To Flying Start

He dusted the field of 20 runners in the men's 5000m.

Rupp Defeats Ritz At Twilight Meet

The Olympic silver medalist prevailed with a huge kick.

Outkicked: Who Cares About Cross Country?

Peter Vigneron offers some ideas on how to spice up the sport and make it more entertaining.

Wilson Kipsang, Caroline Rotich Win NYC Half Marathon

American Dathan Ritzenhein runs a strong race to finish third overall.

Bernard Lagat Ready For NYC Half

The four-time Olympian is confident heading into his 13.1-mile debut.

Stacked Fields Set For NYC Half

Five U.S. Olympians will take part. Event to be broadcast live locally on WABC-TV and nationally on ESPN3.

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