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Lance Runs 1:22 At Livestrong Half Marathon

Seven-time Tour de France winner doesn't show up in official results.

Stepping It Up: Exclusive Interview With Anna Pierce

The 2008 Olympian is now known for more than her wild hairstyles.

A Paradigm Of Health And Consistency

Consistent, injury-free training has helped Desiree Davila become one of the best marathoners in the U.S.

Ryan’s Choice

Many in the running community are skeptical of Ryan Hall’s decision to replace his coach with prayer to guide his training. I’m not.

Tergat To Receive Bikila Award At NYC Marathon

Former NYC marathon champion, Olympic medalist and world-record holder will be honored on November 6.

Huddle Wins U.S. 10K Title In Boston

Two big road wins in a row for American 5,000-meter record holder.

Samuelson Comes Up Short In Trials Bid

Former Olympic gold medalist sets a 50-54 U.S. age-group record at Chicago Marathon.

Shobukhova Cashes In At Chicago Marathon

Russian locks up World Marathon Majors crown.

Ask The Experts: Am I Too Old To Run My First Half Marathon?

I am wondering if trying to train for a half marathon at this age is too much. Please advise.

Samuelson Aiming For Trials Qualifier In Chicago

Former Olympic gold medalist and world record holder still going strong at age 53.

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