After the U.S. Center for SafeSport revoked his coaching eligibility, Nike said it was appropriate to rename the facility.
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Top Americans lining up at the 2021 Chicago Marathon include Sara Hall, Keira D'Amato, and Emma Bates.
Anderson was reportedly walking near the campus in St. Paul when she was hit by the vehicle.
The rescheduled 2021 Boston Marathon will feature nine women who have run faster than 2:22, plus three top U.S. women.
These masters women are showing their strength in track and field.
The former Nike Oregon Project coach will no longer be allowed to work with U.S.A. Track & Field athletes after receiving permanent suspension from SafeSport. He has 10 days to appeal.
Starting in 2022, The Hardrock 100 Endurance Run will update its lottery to get more women to the startline of the iconic mountain race.
Sha'Carri Richardson, who won the 100 meters at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials, tested positive for THC and accepted a one-month suspension from competition. Officials declined to offer her a relay spot.
In a New York Times report, McNeal said she missed an out-of-competition drug test while recovering from an abortion.
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It's Sara Hall's second attempt at setting a new American record at the 26.2-mile distance, currently held by Deena Kastor.
The former teen prodigy is taking her toxic experiences in sport to make it better for other women and girls through Atalanta NYC.
Dalilah Muhammad and Anna Cockrell were second and third to round out the Olympic team going to the Tokyo Games.
Raevyn Rogers and Ajee' Wilson also make the 2021 Olympic team in one of the final events of the Trials.
Winner Beth Pascall ran the second-fastest women’s time in the race’s history.
Jenna Prandini and Anavia Battle also qualify for the Games in the women's 200 meters.
Emily Sisson, Karissa Schweizer, Alicia Monson Qualify for the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team in the 10,000 Meters
Sisson, a first-time Olympian and two-time world championships finalist in the 10,000 meters, set a new Olympic Trials record.
Ending on a Fast Note: The 800-Meter Final Caps the Women’s Middle Distance Events at the 2021 Olympic Trials
All eyes will be on Athing Mu, the teenaged pro, to see if she can make her first Olympic team.
The 100-degree forecast at Hayward Field pushed the event to Saturday morning. Here’s how to watch and who’s competing.
Courtney Frerichs was second and first-time Olympian Val Constien was third.
On day seven at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field finals, Emma Coburn goes for her third Olympic berth.
The most-decorated track star in U.S. history wasn't going to wait for a shoe sponsor to come to her. Instead, she became her own.
The legend who is Jenny Simpson didn’t make the Olympic team in the 1500 meters, but her presence still goes to Tokyo in the women who will compete.
Karissa Schweizer and Rachel Schneider finish the podium to earn their spots at the Tokyo Games.
Cory McGee and Heather MacLean round out the team going to Tokyo.
After a harrowing prelim round, Cooper just falls short of making the Olympic team but remains grateful for the build up.
The women in the 1500 meters and 5,000 meters are racing for their spot on the Olympic team.
The sprinter is considered Team USA’s biggest hope for a medal in Tokyo. She shared her biggest moment with her grandmother.
The 2016 Olympian has been part of a trio of women who have dominated the steeplechase for five years.
In the semi-final round of the 5,000 meters on the first day of the Olympic Trials, it was Abbey Cooper who inspired again.
Spikegate 2021: Why Olympic Hopeful Rachel Schneider Parted Ways With Her Sponsor Right Before the Trials
The Olympic hopeful is banking on a few big changes being key to her representing Team USA in Tokyo this summer.
The breaking news of Shelby Houlihan's four-year ban created an outpouring of confusion. We waded through the science and research to help answer some of the top questions.
The American record holder and 2016 Olympian was the top contender for Team USA in the 1500 meters and 5,000 meters.
College runners are racing faster than ever. Our exclusive survey reveals changes in training and racing patterns that underlie the surge of PRs and records.
Outside+ members are invited to an exclusive talk with Olympic marathoners Abdi Abdirahman and Aliphine Tuliamuk, and everyone can participate in Abdi's marathon challenge.
A new petition is going around as the South African athlete continues to challenge the World Athletics ruling preventing her from competing.
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What went wrong, and what we can all learn from the tragedy at the Yellow River Stone Forest 100K
Many races are coming back in 2021, but don’t expect to pick up right where you left off.
Another sign that racing is coming back? Molly Seidel, Sara Hall, Des Linden and more will compete at the Mini 10K.
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The 2016 Olympic steeplechaser left the Bowerman Track Club and Nike sponsorship to forge a new career path.
By expanding my focus a bit wider than running, I became a stronger, happier runner.
With COVID-19 safety measures in place, it marks another step back to big running events.
Elite athletes are training hard, tuning up, and putting on some good shows on the way to the 2021 Olympics.
Plus, three reasons to keep at your new running habit.
With the goal of increasing the sport’s fan base, a 10-meet series will be broadcast live on ESPN starting May 15.
Some big names were out this weekend at the Golden Games.
The American Psychological Association study shows that the pandemic has done a number on our mental and physical well-being.
Tightened qualifying standards and an unprecedented cut-off time have brought qualifying marks close to the speeds required to toe the line during the height of the first running boom.
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COVID-sniffing biodetection dogs will be on site to screen race participants at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race in July.
A Cast of All Men Contemplate if Alberto Salazar is a Victim or a Villain in a New Documentary. Surprise! They Get it Wrong
Lacking a diversity of perspectives, “Nike’s Big Bet” misses the mark on athlete abuse.
Gwen Berry and Tianna Bartoletta are among the Olympians who disagree with the decision to sanction peaceful demonstrations.
Olympic hopefuls will race on Saturday on the brand-new track at Hayward Field, plus Kara Goucher makes her NBC commentary debut.
In a wide-ranging conversation, Shelia Burrell, Shalane Flanagan, Lauren Fleshman, and other pro coaches talked to Women's Running Coaching Collective about their experiences, plus the state of their profession and our sport.
The 2018 champion is coming back to try to reclaim her Boston Marathon title at the 125th anniversary of the race.
The people's champion set a new 50K world record and the internet LOVED IT.
The French running company Salomon is hosting an all-expenses paid, 4-day ultra-running camp in Moab, UT. Lucky participants could potentially earn a spot on the company’s US Elite Team for 2022.
The 17-year cicadas are back—and making a lot of noise.
The 30-year-old Army Captain broke the women's record previously set by her friend.
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The most important takeaways from three decades of running.
Anti-transgender legislation continues to move through many states barring transgender girls from playing sports.
Men can coach women, and women can coach men. But something special happens when women lead women.
The pro runner was working in the pharmacy during the mass shooting at King Soopers. A fund will support her and her coworkers.
Jinghuan Liu Tervalon, a dedicated runner from the Los Angeles area, wrote about her experiences as an Asian American in the United States at a time when hate crimes are at an alarming increase across the country. Plus what you can do to support the AAPI (Asian American Pacific Islander) community at this time.