We hit the road from Los Angeles to Las Vegas to witness 40+ teams take on the harsh task of running a 340-miles relay race called The Speed Project.
Ryan Sterner decided to try and eat President Donald Trump’s dinner of two Big Macs, two Filet-O-Fish and a chocolate shake from McDonalds before running.
I haven’t come within 10 miles of running the marathon distance. I have, however, spent the last month of my life basically bathing in the marathon culture. I was at the finish line of the New York City Marathon when […]
Nearly 70 women will vie for the crown of USATF Marathon Championships winner in Sacramento this Sunday. Among those women are an Olympian, various U.S. road race champions, collegiate All-Americans, and a U.S. cross country champion. All of them aren’t […]
It doesn’t take too much to put a small town on the map. “Birthplace of Paul Bunyan,” or “home to the world’s biggest corncob festival” or even “where buffalo wings were born.” You know it’s a big deal when these […]
How to catch the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon live on Sunday, November 4, 2017. Info includes streaming, TV, results and runner tracking info.
As great of a resource as Google is, the items that occupy the front page of most searches end up there through some combination of paid placement and/or shadowy computer algorithms. This means that any blowhard with a computer, an […]
BIG UPS EMMA COBURN AND COURTNEY FRERICHS 1-2 PUNCH Emma Coburn lowered her own American record, broke the meet record, and won the gold medal in the 3000m steeplechase Friday night. Not to be outdone was her fellow USA teammate, […]
Wayde Van Niekerk–the world leader, the world record holder, the World Champion, the Olympic Champion–successfully defended his World Championship title in a time of 43.98. Running from lane 6, Van Kiekerk looked in control from the gun. He stormed around […]
The 2017 IAAF World Championships have begun in London and we’re still in the U.S. but here to provide the most entertaining and informative analysis and results from the championships. The first day offers some of the early and qualifying […]
The 2016 Olympic 200m silver medalist and 100m bronze medalist, Andre De Grasse, has withdrawn from the London World Championships slated to start this Friday, August 4th. Earlier today, De Grasse’s agent announced the 22-year old Canadian suffered a hamstring […]
One thing that runners can sometimes get some flack for is being “one dimensional.” Now, I’m not around all runners all the time, but a good example of the “one dimensional runner” is something like this: Party Goer #1: How […]
In the wake of a very hot USATF Outdoor Championships in Sacramento AND the news that the 2020 Olympic Trials will be held at Mt. Sac in California AND that the 2021 World Championships in Eugene are under investigation, debate […]