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Members of the Atlanta Track Club give a guided tour of the 2020 United States Olympic Marathon Trials course in Atlanta, Georgia.

You don’t want people to notice you’re basically dying. 😂

The step up is an underrated addition to your training routine that can help to build unilateral lower body strength—which can translate to faster race times and fewer injuries.

The Olympian details how she bounced back after losing a year and a half to injury.

A recent study suggests you can reap full-body benefits from caring for your pearly whites.

Core strength is especially necessary if you’re logging a lot of miles, since your core stabilizes your body as you run.

Sara Hall ran a ton of races well this year - here’s how she did it.

These inexpensive shoes can handle the mileage.

The Olympic gold medalist finished the New York City Marathon in a time of 2:55:12.


@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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102-year-old Ida Keeling is still setting world records—and isn't afraid to add some cognac to her coffee.