Toeing the line for the first time since the pandemic may take you back to your first race ever.
Put your fall fitness to the test while also supporting your community.
Many races are coming back in 2021, but don’t expect to pick up right where you left off.
Some big names were out this weekend at the Golden Games.
Courtney Dauwalter reflects on her first-place U.S. finish at the 2020 Big’s Backyard Ultra.
She races more often than most other pro runners, but what really keeps this national road champion going (and going and going)? She fills us in on her marathon mind tricks and more.
High Lonesome 100 officials are introducing new rules for transgender and nonbinary entrants, a lottery system to level the playing field, and deferment for new parents.
If you're planning on running a race during your next vacation, prepare ahead of time to balance food indulgences with good fueling.
The Boston Athletic Association released its registration dates for the April 20, 2020 race. Get that BQ and mark your calendars.
Runners have a “never surrender” attitude, but sometimes it’s best to save yourself (and your body) for another day.
Do you get more from running a small local race or a big city race?
Racing the day after a wedding or other big event and determined to hit the start line?
Mental training ahead of race day is key—and the only way to get in a racing state of mind is to do a practice run (pun intended).