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Kenya's Albert Korir, Peres Jepchirchir Win New York City Marathon

Albert Korir and Peres Jepchirchir of Kenya won the New York City Marathon men's and women's races on Sunday.

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Half-Marathon Winner DQ'd After Running Wrong Race

Omar Ahmed signed up to run the 10k race in Sunday's Great Bristol Run only to finish first in the half marathon when he took the wrong route.

Alberto Salazar (left) celebrates with Yomif Kejelcha at the Millrose Games.

Track Coach Salazar’s Four-Year Doping Ban Upheld By CAS

Salazar is a former coach of the Nike Oregon Project and is also appealing a lifetime ban from the U.S. Center for SafeSport for sexual and emotional misconduct.

U.S. sprint star Sha'Carri Richardson

Sha’Carri Richardson Returns to Competition at Prefontaine

Richardson will race in the 100 meters and 200 meters for the first time since being suspended for a marijuana positive test.

Raven Saunders after winning the silver in shot put at the Tokyo Olympics.

IOC Looking Into Raven Saunders's 'X' Demonstration

The IOC is  in "contact" with the U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Committee on Raven Saunders's demonstration

Sifan Hassan during the 1,500 meter at the Tokyo Olympics

Olympic Runner Falls During 1500m, and Still Wins

Sifan Hassan finished her heat with a time of 4:05.17.


Lolo Jones’s Eternal Reinvention

The hurdler didn’t let her crushing defeat at the 2008 Olympics break her spirit—instead, she's carved out careers in bobsled and reality television in search of another win.


Touching Documentary Follows Former SportsKids of the Year

The Sheppard sisters became elite runners while living in a homeless shelter.

Michigan's Tom Brady the quarterback and Tom Brady the distance runner

Q&A: Meet Michigan Athlete Tom Brady (No, the Other One)

There's another Tom Brady at Michigan and he's not rooting for the quarterback in the Super Bowl.


Usain Bolt Tests Positive for COVID-19

Eight-time gold medalist Usain Bolt is self-isolating at his home in Jamaica after testing positive for the coronavirus.


Running in the Age of Coronavirus

More than 40 years ago, Jim Fixx brought jogging to the masses, espousing its physical and emotional benefits. Now, those themes resonate more than ever.

Dalilah Muhammad

Coronavirus and Sports Podcast: Motivation and Mentorship in Quarantine

Track and field superstar Dalilah Muhammad shares what she's doing to keep her fellow athletes engaged in their craft during quarantine.


Over 125 Years, the Penn Relays Have Endured Everything. That Just Ended.

Through war and recession and national emergency, the track and field carnival persisted, while others paused. Here's why that matters.

Alberto Salazar

Salazar Suspended By SafeSport After Alleged Verbal Abuse

Alberto Salazar is already barred from the sport for four years for doping violations.

Runners at Big Dog's Backyard Ultra

The Race With No Finish Line

At Big Dog's Backyard Ultra, runners complete 4.16-mile loops until they can't anymore. Who, exactly, would sign up for this?