Mo Farah's decision to run a US Majors this year may mean a face-off between former Nike Oregon Project teammate Galen Rupp.
by: Alison Wade — Runner's World 2h
It’s so easy, it’s genius. And any veteran runner can do it.
by: Kevin Sully — Flo Sports: Flo Track 2h
Jason and Kevin discuss the athlete most likely to drop at a big time at the NCAA Prelims and the best races at this weekend’s Prefontaine Classic.
by: Anne Francis — Canadian Running Magazine 4h
In the second instalment of our series we bring you some popular Strava segments from the Stampede city
June 16: NAZ Elite's Olympic Trials 6th Placer Kellyn Taylor Running Grandma's Marathon - LetsRun.com
by: N/A — Lets Run 4h
Taylor says she's looking forward to using the fitness she built up before DNFing in the tough conditions in Boston.
by: ShutUpandRun — Shut Up + Run 4h
I won't bore you with all the nitty gritty details of this injury. Oh, hell, maybe I will. Because if you are injured you know misery loves ...
by: Ellen Winkler — Diz Runs 5h
Chuck Van Duzee has been running for over 4 decades and in that time he has completed over 300 marathons. He has raced in every state in the U.S. as well as done international races. Chuck has advice for the younger generation of runners after...
by: thedailyrun — JHP Running 6h
It was another fun year at the North Texas Cross Country Coaches Seminar. I always love being part of this event, hosted by Terry Jessup. The lineup this year was very exciting, with some very good…
by: Running for Sweets — Runnin' for Sweets 6h
We all know that the recommended activity level is 10,000 steps a day. This means walking at least 5 miles every single day, which sounds a bit intimidating. Here are 9 clever ways to get 10,000 steps per day without adding an extra workout.
by: The Hungry Runner Girl — The Hungry Runner Girl 6h
Good morning! Let’s jump right into some running talk and show you what my workout looked like yesterday: 2 mile w/u 3 x 1 mile @ threshold (6:50, 6:49 & 6:48) w/ 200m recoveries after each mile (which was tricky because it’s just about a minute of easy..
by: Adharanand Finn — The Running Blog 9h
The UTMB is a serious challenge – at 105-miles, with a route that ascends to 34,000ft, and traverses three different countries. But just getting through the qualifying races is an epic feat in itself