Swim, bike, run, and hike through the tr...
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When drowning is a distinct possibility,...
On your mark, get set, drink!
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Experts share their tips to help you conquer your first triathlon with confidence.
We bet she's still kicking herself.
Whether it’s a 5K or a mud run, tackling an obstacle course for the first time can feel so rewarding.
Five miles, 2,300 feet in elevation, and one experience of a lifetime.
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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.
Everything you need to know to improve your odds for this weekend’s Run for the Roses.
They may require a plane, train, or boat to reach, but once you arrive, 2 feet will be enough to enjoy these worldly fitness adventures.
If you can swim, bike, and run, cross this popular bucket-list item off your “one day I’ll...” roster this summer with this plan.
Run and sun under a palm tree at these courses for sand and shore lovers.
Stomp through beautiful vineyards, then toast your efforts after at races for vino lovers who like to run hard and drink harder.
Easily tackle 100 miles with this 12-week training program for intermediate to advanced cyclists.
Increase your running strength, power, and speed with this plan to help you set a new PR in your next 13.1-mile race.
Wine, flowers, jewelry, and other ladies-only awards make these runs more like parties than workouts.
Take your pick of distances with gorgeous settings, flowing wine, and rocking music for a destination run you’ll never forget.