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USATF Awards Over Two Dozen Elite Athlete Grants

Athletes receive $4,000 each. Written by: Sean McKeon The USA Track and Field Foundation has announced they will award 26 elite athlete

Healthy Gains In USA Road Race Participation For 2009

Despite a bad economy, road race participant numbers continue to grow. Written By: David Monti (c) 2009 Race Results Weekly, used with

Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Action Photos From The Strip!

Our second photo gallery comes from our partners at PhotoRun.net. Check out some more great shots of everthing from the winners to the

Rotich, Toroitich Win Inaugural Rock ‘N’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon

There was hot running on a cold day in Sin City. Written by: Mario Fraioli Despite live bands, white Bengal tigers, dancing girls and a

Racing Weight: How To Get Lean For Peak Performance

There are lots of good books on endurance sports nutrition. There’s Sports Nutrition for Endurance Athletes, by Monique Ryan; Nutrition

American Meb Keflezighi Wins NYC Marathon!

Mebrahtom “Meb” Keflezighi becomes the first American winner of the ING New York City Marathon since 1982. Click here for

Body Weight And Running Performance

The new athlete engineered weight loss system Forze demonstrates how their product can be used to increase running performance. With the

2009 IAAF World Championships In Athletics: Mid-Distance Preview

Round two of IAAF World Championships previews, this time the focus is on the middle-distance events. These races are always the most

Yoga For Runners: Downward Facing Dog

Yoga instructor Sage Rountree demonstrates the Downward Facing Dog, which is a great yoga position for runners. This position will help

Runners Setting PRs Thanks To Tough Economy?

Jobless rates rise as marathon times drop. Interesting study by the Wall Street Journal on the effect of high un-employment on runners

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