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  • Why Running Slow Doesn’t Matter

    By Alison Barsalona   May 23 2016

    No matter your speed—it doesn't matter how slow or fast you're doing it, as long as you're doing it. arrow

  • I Loved Me After 21 Halfs

    By Shana Miller   May 23 2016

    How one runner battled anorexia and bulimia to become a Boston Marathon finisher. arrow

  • 4 Generations Running Rock 'n' Roll San Diego

    By Alison Barsalona   May 23 2016

    What if you could do a half marathon with four generations of your family? arrow

  • Was The Run A Commitment To My Daughter—Or Myself?

    By Michele Sprague   May 23 2016

    Was the commitment to run an 8K to herself or her daughter?arrow

  • Bunk To 5K—The Program That Gets Prison Inmates Running

    By Cate Hotchkiss   May 22 2016

    In prison, I sweated out a lot of my weakness, insecurity, self-imposed inequity and self-loathing.arrow

  • The Worst Race Ever—And How To Avoid Another One

    By Allie Burdick   May 20 2016

    From weather, to injury, to fueling, things can go south in races—so here's how to avoid having it happen a second time. arrow

  • VIDEO: How Running Fuels NYC Running Mama’s Life

    By Team WR   May 20 2016

    She's one of your favorite running bloggers—so here's how the sport really fuels her passions. arrow

  • What Growing Up A Runner Looks Like

    By Alison Barsalona   May 20 2016

    No matter the decade you're living in, running has a special meaning to you. arrow

  • Almost Any Runner Can Finish A 100-Mile Ultramarathon

    By Jason Koop   May 18 2016

    Runners just need to maintain a 19 minute/mile pace to beat the 30-hour cutoff timearrow

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