Padding from the Purple Royal converted one editor’s less than ergonomic dining-room chair into a comfy seat
'Bravey' delves into the Olympian's experiences with depression and losing her mother to suicide
Nasty weather shouldn't stop you from getting your run in. Here's what kept our testers warm and comfortable.
In 'Spirit Run,' Noé Álvarez recounts the journey that transformed his view of the world
Apparel and accessories to get you through your chilliest runs
The pro runner suffered an injury in the middle of the Olympics. Here's how she plotted her comeback.
Training essentials for road and trail
The female contingent at the infamous race was large and strong this year, despite terrible weather conditions
Kathrine Switzer on the lessons she's learned after a lifetime of running. Nonrunners, take note.
Later this month, 50 years after making history, the first woman to run the iconic event will race it again
A shortlist of running's most notorious sufferfests
A powerhouse trio of American women—Molly Huddle, Gwen Jorgensen, and Kim Conley—all made their marathon debuts this past weekend in New York. Here's what they learned and what they wish they had done differently.
We applaud a new initiative to curate better photos of women athletes, but it also reveals a sad truth: to find one decent photo of a woman running, you have to sift through a sea of skimpy sports bras and sexualized poses.
You can't beat the beauty of running on mountain trails, but I still sometimes long for the freedom and shared chaos of urban runs
The documentary chronicles the sport's meteoric rise to mainstream popularity—and the people who shaped its culture
Artistically-inclined future Olympian Alexi Pappas made an indie movie about the thrills of competition, with some autobiography thrown in
The films you shouldn't miss from this year's stacked lineup
The New Hampshire politician shares his state pride by tackling a legendary hiking challenge—over and over
The first-ever documentary about the notorious ultramarathon was just as secretive and nearly as difficult to complete as the race itself