If you've already abandoned your New Year's resolutions, here are some attainable goals you can set—and keep—all year long.
If you're bored with training, getting injured or mindlessly going through the motions, it may be time for a distance change.
Of course the big city marathons like Boston, New York and Chicago are a must-do, but here's why you should do some small races too.
Our Marathon Maniac shares what it was like to run the small Nevis Marathon and has some tips for hot and humid destination racing.
On a recent trip, our Marathon Maniac had every intention of running while away from home. Instead, she found a million reasons to not run.
Our Marathon Maniac contemplates what it’s really like to consistently aim for greatness.
What does it take for a woman to place first overall at one of the world’s hardest ultramarathons or to run for 300 miles without sleep?
And its not due to underwhelming athletic ability.
This unique race take runners from Kentucky to West Virginia—two places at once, anyone?