Race Director Ashley Colquitt explains the origin of the Global 6K for Water and how interested runners can participate.
The "10K a day" rule first emerged as a goal distance for walking groups in Japan during the 1960s.
Mantras can make useful tools, but the messages involved are often different from the thoughts that are truly running through our minds.
One runner breaks down four of the many benefits of running solo.
We consider several of the reasons our fellow runners offer for lining up in the wrong corral on race day.
After any tough goal race, it's important for athletes of all levels to take a running break.
What you need to know about this runner trend on the rise.
Since running gives so much to us, we take a moment to highlight some of the ways we can give back to our community through running.
It’s a hotly contested debate, for sure.
Try these three exercises to get your mind in the best place possible before lining up in front of your next big starting line.