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  • I Won't Stop Running Alone

    By Elizabeth Carr   August 19 2016

    One runner was deeply affected by recent tragic events in Massachusetts, but this is why she won't stop running solo. arrow

  • U.S. Women Slayed These Olympics

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   August 18 2016

    From the first gold medal of the games, to the 1,000th ever for Team USA, women are dominating their disciplines in badass fashion. arrow

  • The Power Of Usain Bolt In 12 Photos

    By Team WR   August 16 2016

    Usain Bolt is officially the “fastest man in the world” again; he won an unprecedented third Olympic gold in the 100 meters, arrow

  • Olympians Are Just Like Us

    By Jessica Sebor   August 16 2016

    A trip to a popular Olympic training spot led our editor to uncover a behind-the-scenes she didn't expect. arrow

  • Runners Collide, Help Each Other Up

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   August 16 2016

    Abbey D'Agostino of the United States and Nikki Hamblin of New Zealand make physical contact and go down in the 5,000-meter qualifier.arrow

  • Allyson Felix: Reporting for Duty

    By Cristina Goyanes   August 16 2016

    How does one of the most decorated American runners and fastest women in the world keep things fresh for her fourth Olympic bid?arrow

  • A Photo Breakdown Of Emma Coburn’s Olympic Medal

    By Team WR   August 15 2016

    Emma Coburn just earned herself a bronze medal and spot in history. arrow

  • Why I’m More Invested In The Olympics Than Ever Before

    By T-Rex Runner   August 15 2016

    Our Marathon Maniac contemplates what it’s really like to consistently aim for greatness.arrow

  • See The Women’s Olympic Marathon In Photos

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   August 15 2016

    The American trio of Shalane Flanagan, Amy Cragg and Des Linden finished in the top-10—for the first time ever in Olympic marathon arrow

  • Emma Coburn Earns First U.S. Steeple Medal

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   August 15 2016

    She's only the ninth woman ever to earn a steeple medal too; the Olympic event has only been available to women since 2008.arrow

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