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Tragedy in Boston

Tragedy shook the Boston Marathon today when two bombs were detonated near the finish line.

Boston: Marathon Monday

To get the most up-to-date news on the 2013 Boston Marathon, make sure you follow @WomensRunning and @RunCompetitor on Twitter now!

Marathon Race-Day Tips From the Pros

We caught up with adidas athletes Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce and Rene Kalmer, as they were preparing to run the 117th Boston Marathon, the first time for each at Boston. Turns out the two 2:29 marathoners get race day jitters and love cheering crowds – they’re just like the rest of us, only faster! Read on for […]

52 Marathons in 52 Weeks

What would you do for love? Find out one woman's answer and learn just how far the Marathon Goddess ran in the name of love. . .

For the Love of Running

What if someone you loved was involved in a tragic accident while training for an upcoming race? What would you do in the name of love?

Teenage Record-Breaker!

16-year old Mary Cain is on a roll. Within seven short days Cain blazed two national high school girls records. Learn her story here. . .

Blogger On The Run: Skinny Runner

Our latest Women’s Running magazine Blogger On The Run believes in the philosophy of leaving worry behind to step out of the door for a run. After running a half marathon in 2008, Sarah from Skinny Runner, was hooked on racing and has since completed over 40 marathons! Find out why Sarah’s way of rewarding herself for a good race is to […]

Runner Friendly Communities

Did your city make the cut? Check out the latest selections for the most Runner Friendly Communities from the Road Runners Club of America.