From November 24-27, Rising Hearts—an Indigenous-led grassroots organization—will host the third annual Truthsgiving 4 Miler. The run was created to honor Indigenous history, foster allyship, and share the true history of Thanksgiving during Native American Heritage Month.
From stunning alpine routes to the environments where high-altitude herbs thrive, tap into the healing power of nature in the mountains of Switzerland
Black Friday has come early for runners. Here’s a glimpse at some of the best deals on running shoes, apparel and accessories.
Join Run Intel to have your GPS watch generate ultra-specific email updates based on your running activities and goals
After her diagnosis halted her physical activity for two years, runner Mireille Siné returned to the sport with a new outlook
New research finds that, all else being equal, runners don’t have more gastrointestinal problems than cyclists
Who are the American frontrunners to race in the Paris Olympics?
Broadly labeling a certain cuisine as “unhealthy” is not only wrong—it’s also harmful
These festive drinks are fit for every occasion this holiday season
New research explores the differences between active and inactive twins, and why such pairs are so rare
The running-shoe hype train was high in New York City with a few fast yet-to-be-released shoes in the men’s and women’s elite fields
The sneaker industry has a role to play in climate change. New Balance is trying to reduce its climate impact with a holistic program.
In New York City, Sharon Lokedi (KEN) proved it’s possible to win a marathon in your first try. Chebet (KEN) brings home a double for 2022.
Marathons don’t happen by themselves; they require months of planning and an expertise in engineering and crowd science. That’s doubly true for the world’s largest race.
Replacing lost salt is a pillar of sports nutrition, but new research suggests more isn’t always better
These made-from-scratch vegan bratwurst sausages may be better than the all-meat variety
The Under Armour HOVR Phantom 3 keeps its high-energy return DNA intact while pushing the envelope on innovation
Watch what happened when runners tried Athletic Brewing Company's craft beer for the first time
The New York City Marathon will return on Sunday, November 6 in full force with a field of 50,000 runners and an over-the-top vibe only possible in the Big Apple.
Try this sequence to counteract physical effects of desk work and to reset your mind
One marathoner uses running as a way to thrive with Parkinson’s disease. New research delves into the benefits of endurance training on the neurodegenerative disorder.
Use these moves to build shoulder strength and avoid preventable injuries during day-to-day life and training
Before you grab a colorful, flavorful sports drink to sip after your next workout, read this
The complexity of doping rules in endurance sports can be alienating for fans. But what’s the alternative?
Nutritionists team up to offer essential tips for pre-marathon fueling, plus favorite restaurant picks for the city’s best race-week grub
Instead of putting pen to paper, consider audio journaling as an alternative method of reflection
Researchers in Japan try to figure out which miles matter most for long-distance runners
The Mi’kmaq runner and former world record holder will direct this program for elite Indigenous athletes, honoring both athletic talent and cultural heritage
The process is as easy as making a smoothie
For years, the well-accomplished runner hid his battle from the world. Now he’s ready to share his story.
Runner and equity advocate Alison Désir discusses her new book, freedom through running, and building a sport with inclusivity for people of all marginalized groups and genders.
Thirteen countries battled in Belgium for this year’s Beer Mile World Championship. The most important rule? Don’t throw up.
A pair of experiments find that mice choose to run less after taking antibiotics, even though their endurance is unchanged
“Through this race, we inspire people around us to be better citizens of this world and to transcend themselves”
Don’t let an upset stomach ruin a good workout
The marathon elites at the Paris 2024 Olympics will be treated to a slice of history along this iconic course. And 20,024 other lucky athletes will get to experience it, too.
With his mantra of 1 percent better every day, Chris Nikic continues to change the perception of what is possible. Crossing the finish line at the Ironman World Championships adds his name to the history books and cements his legacy as a pioneer in the sport.
Wellness trends often rely on catchy jargon, complex methods for optimizing health and fitness, and unsustainable practices. Our health columnist believes that simpler is usually better when it comes to developing a routine.
The much-anticipated launch of Kilian Jornet’s outdoor brand NNormal features two exciting new shoes. Here’s what you need to know.
I never expected to be taken off a flight on a stretcher and rushed to brain surgery. Here are some ways you can reduce your chances of the same fate.
What makes a race special? It’s not the medals, nor post-race massages. In this California town, it’s the local community.
Six Black women came together to build a running community, but what they created was a foundation for so much more
Kenyan breaks his own mark by 30 seconds with an astonishing 2:01:09
If we remain curious instead of ashamed of our tears, crying can inform us of our true feelings when we’re adventuring outdoors
Kyle Richardson makes running—and climbing—up a Colorado 14er look easy in this latest film from Black Diamond
Runners make bigger improvements following a flexible workout schedule rather than sticking with a predetermined one
Registered runners—including those in the new non-binary division—will be informed by the first week of October of their registered spots in the Boston Marathon 2023
Team Forrest Stump raced 198 miles to spread the message that people with disabilities deserve equitable access to participation in physical activity.