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13 Running Books You Should Be Reading Right Now

Here are a baker's dozen of recently published running books that are definitely worth a read.

Out There: Running Advice From 159 Years Ago

Walker’s Manly Exercises, published in 1855, provides amusing tips on running.

Five Running Books You Should Be Reading

Any or all of these should be on your list for the summer.

New Books About The Boston Marathon

Six new titles will be hitting bookstores in coming weeks.

Fast Follow-Up: Interview With Luke Humphrey

We caught up with Luke Humphrey, author of the Hansons Half-Marathon Method.

“4:09:43: Boston 2013 Through The Eyes Of The Runners”

Check out this excerpt from Hal Higdon's new book surrounding the events of the 2013 Boston Marathon.

5 New Books To Help You Stay Fit In 2014

Five new books to help you get fit and stay fit in 2014.

Running-Inspired Reading For The Summer

Looking for some new reading material? Check out the following running-inspired books.

Pilk’s Points: Real Runners Go Commando (and Other Myths)

Associate editor Caitlyn Pilkington clears the air and validate those millions of unique runner identities.

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