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What’s Your Stride Rate? Chances Are It’s Not Perfect

Japanese researchers shed light on the complexities of a well-trained stride.

Weak In The Knees? Strengthen Your Hips

Strengthening exercises for the hip abductors have become a standard treatment for patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS).

The Rundown: Asics GT 1000-7

With fall marathons coming up, the GT 1000-7 is an excellent choice for peak mileage weeks or a race itself.

The Underdogs of the Marathon Circuit

Major marathons tend to attract semi-elite runners, the ones near the top of results lists, but rarely on press releases.

How To Beat Runner’s Knee

Runner’s knee is the most common running injury, accounting for roughly 20 percent of all running injuries.

Track Workouts vs. Road Workouts

Switching up track and road workouts on occasion can help you improve both your physical and mental fitness.

Top Chicago Marathon Moments of the Last 10 Years

The most memorable, interesting, tragic and record-breaking Chicago Marathon moments of the last 10 years.

Eliud Kipchoge’s Road to Becoming The Greatest Marathoner Of All Time

The fastest-ever marathoner officially earned the title of world record holder with his awe-inspiring 2:01:39 victory at the Berlin Marathon

Jordan Hasay Drops Out of the 2018 Chicago Marathon

Jordan Hasay will no longer be competing at this year’s Bank of America Chicago Marathon due to unspecified injuries.

How a USATF Loophole Allowed Mondo Duplantis to Break the American Record

As a dual citizen, Duplantis broke the American record in the pole vault while competing at the European Championships...for Sweden.

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