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Abdirahman, Cherobon-Bawcom Capture 20K Titles

There were more than 2,200 finishers despite the humid conditions.

Giving Back The Team USA Minnesota Way

The runners are sharing their expertise by helping coach local schools.

A Bad Day For Americans In London

All the pre-race favorites dropped out except for one.

Big American Showdown On New Year’s Eve

The field at the Emerald Nuts Midnight run is chock full of talent.

The Top-10 Moments For U.S. Distance Running In 2010

More records, world titles, medals and depth mark another noteworthy year.

Cheruiyot Demolishes Boston Marathon Course Record

21-year-old Kenyan lops 1 minute 22 seconds off four-year-old mark. Erkesso wins women’s race. Written by: Matt Fitzgerald It was a

Americans Ready To Shine In Boston Marathon

Meb Keflezighi and Ryan Hall aren’t the only American runners with big plans for Monday’s Boston Marathon. Written By: Mario

Meet Jason Lehmkuhle

Gone are the days when a 2:12 American marathoner could not “fly under the radar.” Jason Lehmkuhle has been around for a while. He is

New York City Marathon Preview

The men’s elite field is stacked this year. The women’s is not. The 40th ING New York City Marathon will take place Sunday,

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