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Wanna Bet? Running and Wagering Have a Long History—and Still Bring Out the Best in Us
Whether the stakes are high, low, or just plain weird (17 tattoos!), bets between runners are integral to the sport—going back to 18th-century England
Northern Arizona and New Mexico Win National Cross-Country Titles
Justyn Knight and Ednah Kurgat earned individual NCAA wins.
Dear Turkey Trotters: Uncle Sam Wants You—One Million of You!
Be the hero your sport needs—lace ‘em up this Thanksgiving and help the country break a record.
Richmond Marathon Disqualifies Athletes Linked to Doping
Three top finishers of two races on Sunday were scrubbed from the results, because their manager has a history of working with tainted athletes.
High School Phenom Smashes Records—While Coach Tries to Keep Pressure Off
Katelyn Tuohy, a sophomore at North Rockland High School in New York, has been winning by astonishing margins this cross-country season.
Readers Respond: The Best Therapy Is Right at Your Feet
Reaction to our story about the effects of running on depression and anxiety.
Nike’s Vaporfly 4% Shoes Really Did Boost the Running Economy of Everyone Tested, Says Study
The just-published article suggests that a combination of cushioning and energy return explains potential performance breakthroughs.
What Happens to the Tons of Discarded Clothing at the NYC Marathon?
This year runners dumped 86,000 pounds of sweatshirts, pants, caps, and sleeping bags at the race. Here’s where it all went.
The Dollar-a-Mile Marathon: A New Boston Qualifying Race Goes the Cheap Route
A no-frills 26.2 in a Massachusetts state park costs a fraction of most marathons—and is pancake-flat. BQ, anyone?
After Her NYC Marathon Victory, Is Boston Next for Shalane Flanagan?
The four-time Olympian talks about life since her historic win and if she’s really going to retire from competition.
Cheers! 100 Miles and a Couple of Beers Later, a World Record
Camille Herron beat all the men at the Tunnel Hill 100 and drank a cold one while averaging a 7:38 per mile.

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