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Jonathan Beverly Reveals the Secrets to Becoming a Lifetime Runner

When Jonathan Beverly was 16, he threw on his sneakers, stepped out onto the street and ran 16 miles at a seven-minute-per-mile pace. He

Nike’s New Zoom Fly SP to Drop on Marathon Monday

In case you weren’t already excited about Marathon Monday, Nike is giving runners another reason to celebrate Patriot’s day with the

Pro Dathan Ritzenhein No Longer Competing at Boston

This morning, at 7:32 a.m. PST, Dathan Ritzenhein tweeted that he’d no longer be competing in the Boston Marathon due to an injury. “I

Quadriplegic Athlete Has Unfinished Business at Boston

In June 2016, Matt Wetherbee was left paralyzed after going head first into a wall during a pick-up basketball game. Severely damaging his

3 Elites Drop Out of Boston Due to Injuries

A post shared by Sara Hall (@sarahall3) on Apr 5, 2018 at 2:29pm PDT At 2:45 p.m. PST today elite marathon runner Sarah Hall tweeted,

5th Anniversary of Boston Bombings Incites Tightened Security

This year marks the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings. With the annual event taking place in a little under two weeks, the

How & Where to Watch the Boston Marathon

This month, the Boston Marathon will celebrate its 122nd anniversary on April 16. Each year more than 30,000 entrants participate in the

12 Fast Facts About The Boston Marathon

A history of one of the oldest marathons in the world.

Elites Announced for 2018 Skechers LA Marathon

On March 18, over 30 professional runners from six countries will join over 24,000 competitors to take part in the 2018 Skechers

5 Lessons I Learned After Running My First Marathon

Sometimes expectations of your first marathon don't match up to the reality of the event.

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