Information about full and half marathons in the Rock 'n' Roll series, all over the U.S., and course videos
Training for a marathon or other endurance race can be challenging if you have insulin dependent diabetes. Here is how I have managed to run 7 marathons in the 10 years since being diagnosed with juvenile diabetes.
How to display your race bibs and medals to help keep you motivated and on track in your fitness goals.
Our September, 2012, Athlete of the Month is Oscar Pistorius. They call him the Blade Runner and he runs like the wind. Read the amazing story of Oscar Pistorius and his incredible summer of 2012.
Are your favorite shoes still in good shape except for that worn heel? Shoe Goo is an amazing product that can prolong or repair your favorite footwear. It has been used for over 40 years by tennis players and runners alike to extend the life of their footwear.
It's not impossible to find the best neutral running shoes for men, you just need to know what to look for. This article looks at five of my favorite shoes, and talks a bit about pronation in running.
A guide to some of the best head torches for running. Whether planning an ultra marathon or night-time obstacle race, visibility is one key head lamp ingredient to your racing success.
When I was training for my first marathon (completed 9-18-10 at the US Air Force Marathon), I encountered a few problems that I’d never thought would be a part of the process. For instance, I’d heard and expected that blisters would develop, but...
Everything you need to know about barefoot running shoes and whether they improve your athletic pursuits
Terry Fox was an athlete who had his leg amputated because of cancer. In 1980, he ran across Canada to raise money and awareness for cancer research.