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The 50th running of the New York City Marathon rounds out a frenzied fall of 26.2-mile races with a star-studded pro women’s field.
The retired 2017 New York City Marathon champion takes inventory of how her attempt to complete six marathons in seven weeks has gone so far.
She may be out of her element on the track, but she’s never competed there as a 2:20 marathoner.
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.
With COVID-19 safety measures in place, it marks another step back to big running events.
Professional runner Stephanie Bruce breaks down those magical mileage numbers to hit before running a race.
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.
The Olympic marathon qualifier will compete in Tokyo this summer.
In an attempt at setting an American record on Sunday, Sara Hall falls short, but still takes 89 seconds off her best.
Hint: It's all about getting comfortable with being uncomfortable.
A series of setbacks and injuries led this Boston hopeful to learn how to take it slow—in training and life.
This four-time Boston qualifier has been able to take the confidence earned from running and apply it to all aspects of her life.
For the first few minutes post-26.2 and through the next several weeks, here's a plan for a healthy recovery.
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Small strides in life are creating a big career for this med student and runner.
Austrailian-based elite distance runner Sinead Diver, 42, has a knack for challenging–and shattering–perceptions.
In an event dubbed the 1:59 Challenge, sponsored by a chemical company, Eliud Kipchoge broke the two-hour barrier for the 26.2-mile distance.
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.
Jillian Bell stars in the film about a woman who is partial to partying New York, but transforms herself into a marathoner.
In this excerpt from the book, Run, Big Lady, Run, here's when author Stephanie Brochinsky let her friends and family in on her plan.
Training for your first marathon and in need of a bit of inspiration? We've rounded up some facts about Oprah's first marathon to help.
Here's how the winner of the Hennepin Hundred approached her training cycle and successfully raced her first ultra-marathon.
One marathoner stepped up to the challenge of climbing Mount Kilimanjaro.
Surprisingly, there are a ton of commonalities between giving birth and running 26.2.
As one runner has begun planning her wedding, she has noticed more than a few similarities between planning and training for a marathon.
Sometimes, you have to adjust your expectations on-the-spot during a marathon.
We had a chance to catch up with the teammates to see how they are preparing and what they are looking forward to most about heading to Rio.
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Sometimes you just have to run 26.2 for the experience.
Our editor in chief made her way to Paris to run past icons such as the Eiffel Tower, Place de la Bastille and more.
One mother runner learned a lot while training for and running a marathon at just 5 months postpartum.
Bethany Alvarez was busy studying for the SAT, applying to college and being a teenager...oh yeah, and training for a marathon.
The final miles of a marathon are tough—especially when fighting for a Boston Marathon Qualifying Time.
Halfway through a marathon is still a long way to go!
Don't fear—there are many spring races still open and waiting for you to run!
When you have a short training cycle, the best thing to do may be to head to a starting line.
Kathy Nguyen ran the LA Marathon with the amazing medical team who saved her life.
A full marathon is a big commitment. Make sure you are ready to run.
This elite runner passes on the many lessons learned through countless marathons.
She's just one of many runners who run at high speeds and also maintain full-time jobs and other life duties.
The small company wants to do something to help runners cover their expenses for the trials.
These Olympic Trials–bound women share their first marathon memories.
Researchers actually found an answer.
Hashtags really can describe everything, especially running 26.2 miles.
One runner shares her tried-and-true taper advice to get you to your goal.
This runner can teach us all what it means to really go the distance.