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I Ran a 200-Mile Ragnar Race In 26 Hours with 12 People, and I Loved Every Minute

One writer shares her first Ragnar Relay race experience.

Races You Can Run with Your Dog

Tag your dog! (Totally kidding.)

Fellow Runners Help Fatigued Woman Cross the Finish Line at a Half Marathon

And what happens next is nothing short of inspiring.

Should You Ever Give Up On a Fitness Goal?

After countless failures at a long-term goal, one Star Wars Half Marathon runner learns the power of positive thinking, Jedi-style.

The 20 Intense Stages of Running a Ragnar Relay

200 miles, 12 people, two vans, 34 hours, and a whole lot of thoughts.

How Long Should You Take Off From Running After a Race?

After my half marathon, I was slow to come back to running. Was it really necessary?

15 Half Marathons You Should Sign Up for ASAP

Take your race game to the next level with these must-try half marathons.

The Surprising Reason Running with Women Gives Me the Warm and Fuzzies

For starters, everyone understood the struggle of finding a decent sports bra. At least one person nearby had an emergency tampon on them. And spare hair ties abounded.

I Said I'd Never Run a Marathon—Here's Why I Did

Running wasn't something I ever thought I'd enjoy, but when I stopped thinking it had to be fun, it became so much more

The Surprising Way Millennials Are Crushing the Running Game

We might be on our phones a lot. But at least we're getting fit too!

Healthy Travel Guide: Kona, Hawaii

Swim, bike, run, and hike through the triathlon capital of the world.

How Sucking at a Sport Made Me a Better Athlete

When drowning is a distinct possibility, even the most independent athletes need to ask for help.

Lessons from a First Time Ragnar Relay Race Finisher

Lessons learned from a first-time Ragnar Relay finisher.

12 Triathlon Training Tips Every Beginner Triathlete Needs to Know

Experts share their tips to help you conquer your first triathlon with confidence.

Why You Should Sign Up for an Obstacle Course Race

Whether it’s a 5K or a mud run, tackling an obstacle course for the first time can feel so rewarding.

I Conquered a Navy SEAL Training Course

Five miles, 2,300 feet in elevation, and one experience of a lifetime.