The World Cross Country Championships has been rightly called the most difficult race to win. The field is not nearly as limited as an Olympic or World Championship track final, so there are more great runners to compete against. But what if it were an Olympic event?
This week bloggers advise on running groups, the risks of Tough Mudder races, when to make running feel hard and how to make it feel easier. Also, Diego Estrada guns for an American record tomorrow.
The IAAF 2015 World Cross Country Championships will be held in Guiyang, China on Saturday.
Running is my favorite sport, but a large segment of our population could literally save their lives by walking.
While sedentary people may benefit from occasionally standing up, runners need to be more active during their breaks to counteract the effects of sitting all day.
Back by popular demand, guest blogger Shawn Dunn shares how setting goals turns dreams into reality, or at least hard miles into smiles.
The 2015 NCAA Division I and III Indoor Track & Field Championships were held last weekend. Here are some performances that stood out.
Both Division I and III NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships are this weekend. Here's a quick guide to some key distance events.
Highlights of this past week's bloggers offer tips on splitting up your long runs, snacking before runs and sleep, finding the right racing flats (if you should wear them at all), and some great reasons to be motivated to run.
It's daylight savings and it's finally warming up. We tend to get excited in these first days of sun and warmth, and sometimes overdo it. Here's ways you can be prepared.