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The running community mourns the loss of one of its finest.

Here’s where you can donate to help the protests against police brutality and systemic racism: Whether you are participating in protests or want to do as much as you can from home by signing a petition/donating—now is the time to act. Black lives matter.

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He’s aiming to run at least one mile for 1,000 straight days.

Jim and Jimmy Gavin reached double-digit miles daily for nearly four years!

*Ding calls bell* “Order up: Fast hiker on top, Speedgoat 4 on the bottom, and waterproof it to go.”

Pro trail runner, @joegeezi  reflects on his experiences in a predominantly white sport.

The two world record-holders will be leading teams in the upcoming NN Running global marathon relay.

Daily life may have changed for the Olympic gold medalist, @ShotDiva  but she’s speaking out on racial injustice and getting stronger with workouts in her garage.

Increasing time on your feet can still support your running goals but dramatically decrease your risk of injury.

It’s more than just sharing similar beliefs—it’s about your actions, today and tomorrow.


@ShalaneFlanagan  wins the NYC Marathon in unofficial 2:26:53 !!!!! First U.S. woman to win in 40 years.

Eliud Kipchoge finishes #breaking2  in 2:00:24. He didn't break 2 hours, but he made running history.

How long could you last at Eliud Kipchoge's world record marathon pace?

The race that “eats its young” devoured the entire field again at the 2019 Barkley Marathons. #BM100 

Using the hashtag #MilesforMollie , hundreds posted on social media about dedicating their runs to Tibbetts and refusing to let fear keep them indoors. ❤️

An ultrarunner forgot to wear sunscreen on a 69-mile run and paid the price

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“[Arbery] loved to run,” Jason Vaugn, Arbery’s high school coach and one of the organizers of the run, tells Runner’s World. “He loved to do it. It cleared his mind and it helped him make sense of the world. Unless it was pouring rain, he was running.”