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Highly Cushioned Shoes: What does the study say?

Peter Larson, of runnblogger.com, has brought to light an abstract of a study on the Effect of Highly Cushioned Shoes on Ground Reaction Forces during Running. The study examined impact … Continue Reading →


The Chicago Marathon: A Showdown of Distance Running Titans

The World Marathon Majors’ penultimate race occurred Sunday in Chicago and, sticking with tradition, finishing times were fast and the competition was fierce. Some of the world’s best runners joined … Continue Reading →


Dennis Kimetto Creates History in the Marathon

For the fourth time in six years, the men’s marathon world record has a new owner. Dennis Kimetto followed in the footsteps of the phenomenal athletes before him by blazing … Continue Reading →


World Marathon Majors Light Up the Fall

Within the next few months, new history will surely be written in the marathon event. Three of the world’s biggest cities are going see their roads taken over by some … Continue Reading →


Europe and Africa Crown Champions in 2014

The second largest and second smallest continents on the planet are hosting their respective championships this week and there are a lot of great races yet to be run. The … Continue Reading →


Pozo 5K 2014 Race Results

What a wonderful day at the Pozo Saloon! We had the most participants in the history of the race. While we did not have any records broken, there were some … Continue Reading →


Elite Oregon Club Teams Take to the Track

Of late, American distance running is going through a bit of an identity crisis spawned from the fact that the athletes participating seemingly have no identity. When the best track … Continue Reading →


Week in Running: June 14-21

Dipsea Runner Runs through Heart Attack. USA’s oldest trail race and favorite Bay Area fixture, the Dipsea race, was held two weeks ago. The race was won by 56-year-old Diana … Continue Reading →