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 It’s a new year, there’s certainly some running news to report from the previous weeks. As always, we’d love for you to chime in with any running-related news (nutrition, fitness, or otherwise) that you’ve found intriguing in the comments below. What’s the Women’s Equivalent of a Sub-2:00:00 Marathon? (via Runner’s World): Though examining the performance […]

Running Weeks in Review: December 17, 2014

Week in Review: December 17

Here’s what’s been going on in the running world for the past two weeks. The decreasing loneliness of the Indian long-distance runner (via NPR): An interesting look into the growth of running in India, which has been increasing over the past decade. Much like in other parts of the world, running is credited with bringing […]

Running Weeks in Review: December 1, 2014

Week in Review: December 1, 2014

Confession time. We were supposed to post this biweekly news update on Friday but then Thanksgiving happened and … well … we kind of dropped the ball. #awkward. But, hey, at least it’s happening today, right? So! Without further delay, here’s what’s been going on in the running world for the past 2 (and a half) weeks. […]

The running week in review: November 14, 2014

The running week in review: november 14, 2014

Ed. Note: From the latest scientific breakthroughs in training to facts about your favorite elite runners and races, there are a plethora of running headlines each and every week. In our new series, we’ll recap the top running-related articles we stumbled upon in the past week (or so) and ask you to share what you’re reading in […]