Lots of people are going to run faster than Ryan Sterner in Des Moines during the weekend of the U.S. Championships, but no one will run as hard as he will.
Craig Mottram won the 2-mile at the Pre Classic and said, “It comes down to the size of your balls.” What are balls when racing?
On the latest episode of Running Things Considered, a caller asks whether he should make a sign for his wife’s boyfriend’s first marathon?
Why would anyone buy a $3k altitude tent when you can lightly choke yourself with a perfectly good $4 belt at night?
According to an article that we stumbled upon from Unilad, “Runners Are Using Weed To Make Long Runs Less Miserable.” What’s the deal with that?
Would you watch a running event over the course of a month where athletes raced distances from 5K to the marathon three to four times/week for 4 weeks?
We take your calls for another episode of Running Things Considered. On this episode, we share stories of animals on the run, bathroom moves and more.
In our latest investigative report, we examine our favorite one and two-star reviews of major American marathons and fire back at the haters.
A LetsRun thread questions “The Mysterious Age of Ben Blankenship” so we came up with out own theory on when he was born.
The Chinese government is currently in the process of rolling out a system called the Social Credit System so how would it work for teammates?
How far can The Rock long jump in the Skyscraper movie? Mike Powell’s long jump world record is 8.95 m (29 ft 4¼ in) from 1991.
“My Coach The Spooky Scary Skeleton” follows Christopher, a senior in Lower Newbury as he goes a parent divorce, no idea of college plans and a new coach.
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