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IAAF Adjusts Ruling On Women’s World Records

Under the ruling, Deena Kastor would no longer own the American marathon record.

Carl Lewis Trying To Run For Office In New Jersey

It turns out politics may be harder than winning Olympic medals for the 50-year-old former track star.

Poll: Where Would You Host The Olympics In The United States?

Representatives are saying it’s still premature to discuss a possible U.S. bid, but we want to know what YOU think!

Will The U.S. Bid For The 2020 Olympics?

Five cities have been listed as potential bidders thus far.

Joan Benoit Samuelson Inspires Students

"Set your own goals," she says.

How I Got Hypothermia At The Los Angeles Marathon

The story of how my dream of going 3:30 ended with me covered in human bubble wrap in an ER while trying to explain to my mom how to

400-Pound Sumo Wrestler Completes Marathon

It was anything but easy for the former sumo champion.

Runner Struck And Killed After Saving Dog

She was the victim of a freak accident that had nothing to do with her rescue.

Robert de Castella Helping Indigenous Australians

The former marathon great wants to help under-represented athletes.

Pay To Run With The Paparazzi

Runners can now use their skills to chase after celebrities.

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