We break down one hell of a year in running with one epic podcast
Kandie runs a sweet half, Tuliamuk is 31-weeks pregnant, Moh Ahmed gets snubbed for a Canadian award, and more
In this episode, a debate about the ethics and rules (or lack thereof) when running a virtual race, plus another crazy world record attempt, and Kipchoge thinks that you (yes, you) can run sub-2
The only world major marathon of 2020 might be the most top-heavy one in history. Forty-five men and 28 women will race on a flat two-kilometre loop around St. James Park, featuring a battle between the running world’s top two (figurative) heavyweights: Eliud Kipchoge and Kenenisa Bekele
On this week's show, the Bowerman Track Club's quarantine track time trials; running Diamond League meets virtually; breaking down the stats of the sprinters with the greatest range; and whether Nike will pay its sponsored athletes. Plus, an attempt at the Appalachian Trail FKT.
Alex Cyr, Andrew Cruickshank and Michael Doyle talk about what races like the New York City Marathon could look like this fall, if they happen at all.
He ran a perfect race as a high shooler, setting a North American record that wouldn't be topped for more than 20 years. And then he vanished. What happened to Greg Andersen?
Molly Seidel's debut marathon landed her a spot on the U.S. Olympic team. Her coach, 25-year-old Jon Green, on how they planned for one of the most shocking performances of the year
Canadian Evan Dunfee on the blood, sweat and tears he's shed for the event he loves, and why racewalking is badass
It’s the question on every runner’s mind. And while there is yet to be a definitive answer, writer Andrew Cruickshank dug into what the experts are saying.
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