Two finish lines are better than one. But make sure you train right so you can cross both.
What went wrong, and what we can all learn from the tragedy at the Yellow River Stone Forest 100K
The Road Runners Club of America’s survey results show cautious optimism among runners for participation in post-pandemic events.
Looking for a new challenge? Here's how you can make it truly epic.
The photos make all of us totally envious of running life in San Diego.
The weekend event featured three main courses: wine tasting, working out and weaving your way through the vineyards.
What if you could do a half marathon with four generations of your family?
It's not that we are lazy—it's that we are interested in other things besides running.
The event was the largest kids event in race history—outshining the actual marathon numbers!
Runners gathered in the Mexico capital for this fun nighttime half marathon.
It's one of the top races in the Rock 'n' Roll series—because duh, it's D.C.
Instead of going solo to your next race, consider making the day a family activity.
Our readers spent this season racing...and they have the photos to prove it!
Tons of runners rocked the Big Easy this weekend. Late Mardi Gras, anyone?
Don't stress—tough long runs happen to all of us in training.
Rooted in history and camaraderie, European mountain running is a modern marvel.
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Teams raced each other, as well as the sun, on a 93 mile course around Mont Blanc.
Our readers celebrated the summer solstice with a weekend of racing!
Dorothy shares photos from the Inspection Day on the Great Wall!
Coach Andrew Kastor offers his advice to get you over and down the inclines of a race.