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“Blue-Collar” Runner Kawauchi Collapses In 50K

He was racing the ultra to train for the upcoming world championships.

Yuki Kawauchi: Japan’s Blue-Collar Runner

He holds down a full-time job and runs sub-2:09 marathons.

Hanging With Haile Gebrselassie At Home

Besides training for marathons, he's a businessman and a family man as well.

The Emperor Is At It Again

Gebrselassie set to return to competition in Vienna.

Are Haile Gebrselassie’s Best Days Behind Him?

The marathon world-record holder followed up his DNF in New York with a DNS at Tokyo this past weekend.

Hailu, Not Haile, Wins Tokyo Marathon

By the 33rd kilometer, it was his race to lose.

Marathon Behind Japan’s Complete Running Craze

Running the Tokyo Marathon is now harder than ever.

And They’re Off! Robot Marathon Now Underway

The competitors will complete 422 laps in one room.

Gebrselassie Out Of Tokyo Marathon

Knee problems continue to plague him.

Man Running Marathon In “Wacky iPhone Harness”

It weighs six pounds and can do almost anything.

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