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6 Seriously-Underrated National Park Runs

Running in America’s national parks can be an unforgettable experience. After all, few things compare to the challenge of a rim-to-rim

A Mile-by-Mile Look at the Boston Marathon Course

Video originally appeared on Women’s Running and was produced by Greg Liszt, music by Jenna Moynihan and text by Rebecca Warren. The

Fueling Do’s and Don’ts For Your Next Marathon

Follow these do’s and don’ts of marathon fueling to help your next marathon be your best.

9 Questions With Two-Time Olympian Desiree Linden

With two more days to go, Marathon Monday is coming up pretty quick. As more and more people began to filter into Beantown on Friday, the

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

Everything You Need to Know About Running in the Sand

Don't let the beauty of the beach fool you—running in the sand isn't easy. Here's your guide to hitting the beach and running strong.

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

Running With Your Therapist: A Unique Approach to Mental Health

One winter, after a particularly bad breakup, I took a pretty deep turn into depression. Growing up as an only child, I had learned early

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

Run With Meb to Kick Off the Inaugural Silicon Valley Half

To kick off his latest venture, four-time Olympian, Olympic silver medalist, Boston and New York City Marathon champion Meb Keflezighi will

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