Running

She was a beginner not that long ago herself. Emily Sisson knows what it’s like to compete (and win) in distances like the 5K and 10K. But just over six months ago, the New Balance-sponsored elite middle-distance runner became a first-time marathoner. In her first attempt at 26.2 miles, Sisson finished 2019 London Marathon in
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The Crane Running Sock packs a lot in to a £2.99 price tag £2.99 (available in Aldi from October 27th) As a diehard Blackadder fan, I’m often reminded of the words of wisdom of the dullard Prince George (played by a young Hugh Laurie) when he tells his conniving butler Edmund Blackadder: “You know, Blackadder,
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Athletes who have been cheated out of their place on world championships podiums by dopers explain how it’s cost them—financially and emotionally. When Brenda Martinez and Alysia Montaño took the podium on Monday during the IAAF World Championships in Doha, Qatar, to retroactively claim medals that had been lost to convicted dopers, it was a
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Alberto Salazar, who has guided the careers of many of the world’s top runners, broke anti-doping rules, according to two independent arbitration panels. More than four years since accusations of wrongdoing were made public, Alberto Salazar received a four-year ban from the sport from the United States Anti-Doping Agency (USADA), effective immediately, officials announced Monday.
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How do you know if you’re addicted to running? If your training schedule is ruling your life, yet you’re not feeling any joy from it, you may have an unhealthy relationship. As runners, we’ve all gone through periods of intense training, when our focus is laser-like and we work toward personal records with rigor. I’d
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It’s the seventh year in a row that not all who qualified gained an entry into the prestigious race. The qualifying standards for the 2020 Boston Marathon were five minutes faster for each division, but runners met the challenge—and then some. Officials announced on Wednesday that 3,110 eligible runners were still shut out of the
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Fall is in the air and the racing season is peaking. Don’t let your nutrition slide as the temperatures dip. We have your easy weeknight dinner recipes. It’s that wonderful time of year where farmers markets everywhere are overflowing with a bounty of delicious fruits and vegetables that thrive when temps begin to dip. They
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