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From pre-race shopping to a post-race meal, @AliOnTheRun1 shares the reasons she's most excited to run the Brooklyn Half Marathon.
Whether you're running a mile or a half marathon, this handy infographic can help get you there.
UnTapped wants you to ditch your GUs and energy gels for maple syrup pouches.
We’re a little grossed out, a little impressed by his revealing stunt.
After one too many races, @AliOnTheRun1 had to ask herself these important questions before committing to her next half-marathon.
A new study finds that when it comes to long races, these surprising foods could boost your performance.
It's not whether you win or lose, it's how you cross the finish line!
She's here to share with us how she got into running, and training plans for the Brooklyn Half Marathon.
Races like the Disney Princess Half Marathon harness the power of women working together. One writer shares her experience.
Dotted with a dozen fun obstacles sure to challenge your agility, balance, strength, and speed, the SHAPE Diva Dash is one race you'll want to sign up for.
Set the right goals and you'll run faster, train smarter, and have more fun hitting the pavement this year.
Maybe you. Here’s how to (safely!) pull off this triple feat.
Earn your mashed potatoes and gravy at one of the 1,300 Thanksgiving-themed races in the U.S.!
It may not be polite to eat and run, but it’s de rigueur at these events for foodie foot racers.
Is there any truth behind pasta night before a race?
Over the early wakeup calls most races require? Embrace the dark at these runs that finish after twilight.
Kaley Burns set a new personal best while raising money for cancer. You can too with one of these nationwide relay races.
Running gorillas, sprinting Santas, dashing Disney characters, to name a few. Check out the most creative races from coast to coast!
The mile run isn’t just for school kids anymore. The distance is making a comeback. How fast can you run 5,280 feet?