Life takes over. You get injured, sick, or sidetracked and training isn't going as planned. You can still salvage your next race.
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.
Runners have a “never surrender” attitude, but sometimes it’s best to save yourself (and your body) for another day.
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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.
It's important for injury prevention to put pre-race warm-up drills to work—especially in the wintertime.
A board-certified sports nutritionist offers her fueling tips for runners preparing to race distances from 5Ks to full marathons.
Coach Hillary Kigar explains how runners can use the power of the mind to help them on race day.