Once again, Dave McGillivray will cover the Hopkinton-to-Boston route after a full work day.
Every year on March 14, running groups get loopy with 3.14-mile runs.
Log stronger, easier miles with these methods that have worked for a range of runners.
Follow this simple 8-week plan to get your running off to the right start.
The answer isn’t as black and white as you may think.
Masters and experts share their advice for staying active and preventing injury.
Here’s the story behind the popular weight loss myth that losing 3,500 calories equals losing a pound.
Author Christie Aschwanden dives into what’s serious and what’s a sham among recovery methods.
The advisor to Eliud Kipchoge and Paula Radcliffe shares what he learned in his race.
“There are very few truly great men among us, but Tommy was one.”
The long-distance phenom sat down to talk about her training and goals for the future.
Runner’s World sat in on the Boston Marathon director’s cardio-pulmonary exercise test.
Olympian Jared Ward led the way with a strong return to form.
The 22-year-old Ethiopian wants to put his name up there with greats from his country.
Debbie Zockoll ran the inaugural marathon back in 1977, and hasn’t let multiple cancer diagnoses keep her from the starting line since.
Tired of the daily mileage slog? Here's how to run your best marathon ever on just 3 days a week.
Take the sweat rate test to know how much you should be drinking when you're putting in the miles.
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot at a site that looms large in running history.
Maurten is used by some of the fastest runners in the world. Can it work for you?
These reads are proof that becoming a better runner isn’t all about how many miles you’re logging and what pace you keep.
New research shows how changing your stride can keep you healthier.
The just-published article suggests that a combination of cushioning and energy return explains potential performance breakthroughs.
“It doesn’t get any better,” said her dad, Steve Flanagan.
Four-time Olympian Abdi Abdirahman sees no reason to retire soon.
American stars duke it out on 5K course that ends at NYC Marathon finish line.
Her 2:20:57 put her second all-time among American women marathoners.
Don’t hold your breath that the 26.2 record will be shattered anytime soon.