Preserving your stride as you age is the first line of defense against reduced performance.
Your body changes through the years. Should your diet?
The best way to train depends on your age and how old you are and how long you've been in the sport.
This 60-year-old has quite a streak going—and he plans to continue it at this year's Boston Marathon.
Is it really true that people who start running later in life are able to run faster when they’re older?
Use this tried-and-true wisdom to make the most of your running after age 40.
It's all about discipline, commitment, and hard work.
A retiree clocked 5:16 miles for 6.2 miles.
A study finds that runners maintain their running economy despite losing speed as they age.