Round-Up of Mid-October Marathons
Georgetown Women Surprise, Colorado Men Look Unbeatable at Pre-Nats
Michigan State Women, Syracuse Men Dominate at Wisconsin
Bernard Kipyego Gets the Win in Amsterdam
New Location for Nike Cross Nationals
USATF Indoors Will Return to Boston
Eugene Marathon Moves to May
Runner Breaks Leg in Three Places, Finishes Race
Gebrselassie Expects a Sub-2:00 Within a Decade
50 years ago, seven Olympic distance races included America’s only 5,000m and 10,000m gold medals.
In 1980, Patti Dillon became the first American woman to break 2:30 in the marathon.
Simple exercises to keep you on the road instead of in rehab
For the first time its 11-year history, NXN will be held on a different course.
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Crystal Nelson of Iowa State and Maksim Korolev of Stanford are individual winners.
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Olympic marathoner expands her repertoire at 50
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Joe McConaughy ran the fastest time ever from Mexico to Canada along the Pacific Coast Trail.
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A tribute to a trail friend and mentor gone too soon
More than meets the eye in UTMB's governance
RT October/November 2014
October/November Editor's Note
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Learn to Pace Like a ProManage your pace to control your race
Tips to Cool Down Correctly
A Guide to Interval Training
Five Traits of Successful Runners
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State of the American MarathonAre U.S. marathoners on the way back to prominence?
The Future of U.S. Marathoning
Marathon History by the Numbers
From Poverty to Podium
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A Primer on Lower Leg PainCommon shin problems runners face.
What To Do About That Hip Pain
How Do You Know If It's a Stress Fracture?
Patellar Pain Exercise Program
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Beating the BandStrengthening is the key to treating ITB Syndrome
Exercises for Knee Stability
Rethinking Running Health
Cramping Issues During Races
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