If you're going for your best marathon yet, this Olympian has advice. Use her mental tricks to get to the finish line fast.
She’s going for a personal best at the 2019 Chicago Marathon, but the entrepreneur and mom of two won’t spend her taper time on the couch.
She is the second-fastest U.S. woman to ever run the marathon, but she's still learning how to train for—and race—26.2 miles.
The Boston Athletic Association released its registration dates for the April 20, 2020 race. Get that BQ and mark your calendars.
Longer stride and quicker cadence don’t separate us from elite runners. Research suggests their biomechanics allow them to spend less time on the ground.
Runners have a “never surrender” attitude, but sometimes it’s best to save yourself (and your body) for another day.
Some events don’t allow entry deferrals for any reason, including when you’re expecting a child.
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Race bib, timing chip, sunscreen...worried you'll forget something on race day? Consult this checklist the night before to make sure you're all set.
Excerpted from Hansons First Marathon, this flowchart will help you figure out how to start training for your first 26.2.