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Runners' Stories

This Cincinnati-Based Truck Driver Went From 300 Pounds to 45 Marathons
Charles Ray Bell didn’t want the same fate as his parents, so he dedicated himself to running.
Here’s Exactly When You Need to Start Training for Spring Marathons and Half Marathons
Make sure you’re preparing for your chosen distance with this handy timeline.
Meet the Folks Motivated by Running Every Corner of Their Home States
From Vermont to Iowa, they're determined to log miles in every single town or county.
This 40,000-Member Facebook Group Is Connecting Runners to the Special Needs Community
It all started because a stranger needed motivation to run, and a man with Down syndrome was more than happy to give it to him.
Determined to Defy Her Condition, Runner Completes New York City Marathon Backward
Fifteen years after she first ran the race, Justine Galloway finished it again with a whole new perspective.
Why Not Hitting Your Goal Is Sometimes Better
Even if you come up short, you can win big.
How a Friendly Tweet Changed a Brit’s Life and Made Him a Marathoner
Champion wheelchair athlete Amanda McGrory struck up a friendship with a fan on social media. They honored that friendship by both doing 26.2 in New York.
The Mayor of Running Talks Retirement and His Favorite Races
Bart Yasso has a new book—and a new life ahead.
Meb Keflezighi: The Home Stretch Documentary Videos
On the eve of Meb Keflezighi’s retirement, we're taking a look at his evolution—and his future.
I Was Too Busy to Run. So I Started a Streak, and It Changed Everything
One casual runner tried a distinctly un-casual challenge, and discovered something new about himself.

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