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 →


Does Shalane Have What it Takes? A look at American Women’s Marathon Record Holders

As mentioned in Running Warehouse’s preview of the coming World Marathon Majors, Shalane Flanagan is waging an assault on Deena Kastor’s American record this Sunday at the Berlin Marathon. Shalane’s … Continue Reading →


Diamond League Finishes in Style in Brussels

With the Diamond League season coming to a close today, the track season is effectively over. Sure, there is the Continental Cup serving as the true end to the season, … Continue Reading →


American Women Own the Middle Distances for 2014

Today’s 1500-meter race at the Zurich Diamond League has tipped the scale for American middle distance women. The ladies in Red White and Blue can justly claim to be the … Continue Reading →


Americans Get Back on Track in Stockholm

After over a month of hibernation, Americans hit the track again at yesterday’s Stockholm Diamond League meet. In virtually every event of the meet, we got to see whether our … Continue Reading →


Rob Krar is Becoming a Legend

Rob Krar is good at running 100-mile races through the mountains. In June, he took the Western States Endurance Run title and this past weekend he won the Leadville Trail … Continue Reading →


Skyrunning takes to the Alps: Sierre-Zinal

From our home on the pacific, the closest many of us Californians come to a true adventure in the Alps is a ride down the Matterhorn Bobsleds ride at Disneyland. … Continue Reading →


Week in Review: July 27-August 2

USA 7 Mile Championships takes over Davenport, Iowa The Quad City Times Bix 7 is one of many gems on the USA road-racing calendar each year. The race, named for … Continue Reading →


Runner vs Nature: Poison Oak and Ivy

Running Warehouse’s home is a truly beautiful place to be a runner. San Luis Obispo County is full of open space covered in countless miles of trails. Within the immediate … Continue Reading →


Eugene Hosts World Junior Track and Field Championships

In most years, the track world would be centrally focused on a world championships or Olympics right now. However, with world championships held on odd years and Olympics in their … Continue Reading →


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