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Molly Huddle Sets Her Sights On The World Championships

Posted on June 25, 2015 in Running Events

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We are big fans of Molly Huddle. We had the pleasure of hosting Molly here at the House and getting her assistance with our daily operations (and we filmed her doing so). Wow, she is fast! In Thursday night’s 10000m victory at the USATF National Outdoor Track and Field Championships, Molly Huddle looked strong and confident. […]

Finish Line Friday: Push Yourself

Posted on December 12, 2014 in Run Life

Our goal is to help inspire you to keep going, train harder, dig a little deeper and cross the finish line. For this week’s FLF, Erik will be sharing his personal sources of inspiration. Erik Current Position: I’ve worked at Running Warehouse for the past 7.5 years and am currently a footwear buyer. Favorite Part […]

Finish Line Friday: Strength

Posted on October 17, 2014 in Run Life Women's Running

Kaitlin at the Giants Race

Kaitlin at the Giants Race

Our goal is to help inspire you to keep going, train harder, dig a little deeper and cross the finish line. For this week’s Finish Line Friday, Kaitlin will be sharing her personal sources of inspiration. Kaitlin Current Position: Customer Service Representative Running Background: It all started in 1986 in Texas….kidding! I was born in […]


Diamond League Finishes in Style in Brussels

Posted on September 5, 2014 in Run Life

Christian Taylor is Superman.

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, but after the exhausting season and most of the storylines already written: the Continental Cup serves more to figure out who’s minds and bodies went […]


American Women Own the Middle Distances for 2014

Posted on August 28, 2014 in Run Life

Chanelle Price was the best in the world Indoor and Ajee Wilson Outdoor.

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 best in the world in the 800-1500 for 2014. In Switzerland Jenny Simpson dove to the line to earn the win in the Diamond league […]


Americans Get Back on Track in Stockholm

Posted on August 22, 2014 in Run Life Uncategorized

Michael Tinsley continues to impress over the hurdles.

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 American stars came in rested and ready to go or possibly stale from the time off. How they might fair against the rest of the […]


Week in Review: July 27-August 2

Posted on August 2, 2014 in Run Life

Molly Huddle Continued Her Winning Ways with the USA 7 Mile Title. (Image: Quad City Times)

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 jazz musician and Davenport, Iowa local, Bix Beiderbecke, is the largest non-marathon race in the Midwest each year. It has a list of past champions […]


Week in Running: News from May 24-31

Posted on May 30, 2014 in Run Life

Jon Sutherland Can't be Stopped! (Runner's World)

Week in Review: May 24-31 IAAF World Relays Debuts in the Bahamas The story of the week undoubtedly came from the Bahamas where the IAAF World Relays were held for the first time and were hailed as a resounding success. The athletes apparently enjoyed the trip to the tropical island to run track in front […]

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