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Who run the world? Girls!
It's all fun and games until you contract a bacterial infection.
No more training? No more excitement? We're here to help boost your mood (and motivation!) after the bliss of the race fades.
From your brain to the bottom of your feet, this handy infographic details what you're signing your body up for when you run a race.
@AliOnTheRun1’s journey to the Brooklyn Half is over and while her finish wasn’t as strong as she hoped, she was able to take away a few valuable lessons.
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.
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?
A husband and wife couple who’ve both won individually share their top 5 tips for any endurance race.
Shape fitness editor Laurel Leicht is about to find out! Follow her blog as she preps for the biggest race of her life and shares the ups, downs, and tips for training.
After a BBB warning about several cancelled races, one expert shares how to protect yourself—and your wallet.
The silver medalist reveals what it’s like to speed thisclose to other cyclists at 30 miles per hour—and her prep to win the prestigious honor on July 27.
These 5 ladies are ready to be the first to win the inaugural women-only race next Sunday.