Marley took life at a slower pace, but his exuberance and encouragement were never-ending.
An impressive pro field delivered some fast times in the historic women's-only race.
Though she never stops thinking about the ongoing war, she shares her victories on the roads with the people fighting for Ukraine.
What started as a popular pandemic-era virtual race will draw a crowd of runners to Flagstaff in October.
Maine runner Kirsten Beverley-Waters is running for a bigger cause: "I would do all of these runs for one child."
Nearly all of the American pro training groups are led by white men.
A look at the track and field races from this weekend.
Alicia Monson and Natosha Rogers also qualified for the World Championships in July.
The Olympian talks about her new coach, training program, and why she’s feeling better than ever.
The iconic road race brings with it a sense of hope.
After Kenyan runner Agnes Tirop was murdered, her father and a group of her fellow athletes formed an organization to honor her, stop gender-based violence, and change societal norms.
Ben Rosario, founder of the nonprofit elite training group, will become full-time executive director of the organization.
Since becoming a mom in September 2021, De La Cruz has formed a new bond with running, one that’s more joyful and less rigid.
World championships silver medalist Kara Goucher recounts how silencing her intuition didn't serve her well. Now she gives the advice she wishes she received as a young runner.
The Arizona-based pro recaps her injury recovery and what she’s learned about running postpartum.