Page 24 of 73 <<Previous 10 | 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 | Next 10>>It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year for Running (Not Really)
Last week marked the beginning of winter, but many in the U.S. have already been subjected to winter weather throughout the latter part of “autumn.” Frigid temperatures, cold rain, and accumulating ice and snow have made the going rough.
Gone Loco—“Will run for Beer!” Six Great Races in Six Months
What a series, and what a concept! Starting on January 1st with the Hangover Classic and including new races, it’s an exciting combination--Let’s Party!
Ted Corbitt: 20th Century Pioneer
Cool Running's Don Allison pays tribute to the late Ted Corbitt who passed away this week.
Running for President—Literally
Granted, this is not a forum for politics; nonetheless, here is a question for the (running) nation: is the U.S. ready for yet another long distance runner in the oval office?
Matters of the Heart: Risking it all for the Marathon
As most long distance runners and fans know by now, the sport experienced a great tragedy earlier this month in New York City, when Ryan Shay, one of the USA’s top marathoners, died suddenly in the early miles of the Olympic Trials Marathon.
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