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  • Can Running Reconnect Society?

    By Peter Abraham   July 11 2016

    Given all of the disconnection in our world, now is a good time to talk about how shared physical activity can reconnect our society.arrow

  • How Fast Did Women Run The 5K At The Olympic Trials?

    By Jessica Sebor   July 11 2016

    Here's a full rundown of all of the action from the final day of the Olympic Track Trials.arrow

  • Meet The 16-Year-Old Who Just Made The Olympic Team

    By Jessica Sebor   July 11 2016

    Sydney McLaughlin is the youngest Team USA runner in more than 40 years. arrow

  • 41-Year-Old Dad Does The Unthinkable On Day 9

    By Jessica Sebor   July 9 2016

    On day 9 of the Olympic Trials, the fittest women in the world competed alongside one of our favorite track dads. arrow

  • You Won’t Believe What This Runner Does After Tripping

    By Jessica Sebor   July 8 2016

    When 1,500-meter track star Rachel Schneider fell on her shoulder with only 300 meters left to go, she did the impossible...arrow

  • Naked But Not Afraid: Olympian Emma Coburn

    By Jessica Sebor   July 8 2016

    This week, she exposed herself to the the USA Track & Field Olympic Champion. arrow

  • Strength And Tears On Day Six Of The Olympic Trials

    By Jessica Sebor   July 6 2016

    Tickets were punched to Rio with extra muscle and no dry eyes. arrow

  • Fitbit Is Saving Lives One Step At A Time

    By Victoria Davis   July 6 2016

    Fitbit partners with Dana-Ferber Cancer research to find out if exercise is the cure for recurring breast cancer.arrow

  • Drama On 4th At Olympic Trials

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   July 4 2016

    Rio tickets were punched, runners made history, two veterans collided and people cheered and cried louder and harder at Hayward Field. arrow

  • Kate Grace Wins 800 Meters, Alysia Montaño Tumbles Before

    By Caitlyn Pilkington   July 4 2016

    If there’s one thing that’s true about track and field, it’s that it’s gritty, it’s fast and it’s full arrow

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