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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.

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Daily Cover: Coronavirus Could Change Sports Forever

After many months without our favorite games and athletes on TV, sports are coming back and if all goes according to plan- then hopefully soon! It won't be the programming we are all used to though as things will definitely look and feel different.  However, some changes that are ...read more

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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.

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Coronavirus and Sports Podcast: Motivation and Mentorship in Quarantine

Dalilah Muhammad, a world record holder in the 400m hurdles and a superstar in the track and field community, says she's experiencing the same hardships as others as the global pandemic disrupts sports everywhere. Dalilah shares her experience as a role model for athletes ...read more

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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.

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Salazar Suspended By SafeSport After Alleged Verbal Abuse

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

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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?

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The Puma shoe that upended the 1968 Olympics

It threatened the track and field record books—and Adidas’s place atop the footwear hierarchy. What happened next was part Cain and Abel, part cloak-and-dagger.

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Track Star Mary Cain Speaks Out on Nike and The Oregon Project's Toxic Culture

Former high school track phenom Mary Cain detailed her alleged mistreatment under former coach Alberto Salazar as a member of Nike's Oregon Project. In an op-ed for The New York Times, Cain says she broke five bones and went three years without getting her period under Salazar’s ...read more

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Inside the Toxic Culture of the Nike Oregon Project 'Cult'

Accounts from nine former Nike Oregon Project members, extending back to 2008, validate Mary Cain's claims about the toxic culture under Alberto Salazar, where female athletes’ bodies were fair game to be demeaned publicly.

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Track Star Mary Cain Opens Up About Mistreatment at Nike and Responds to Alberto Salazar's Comments

Former high school track phenom Mary Cain details the alleged mistreatment under former coach Alberto Salazar as a member of Nike's Oregon Project. Cain opened up about her inspiration to come forward and the struggles she still faces, telling SI’s Amy Campbell that it was hard ...read more

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Runner Mary Cain Details Physical and Emotional Abuse From Coach and Nike’s Oregon Project

Former high school track phenom Mary Cain is speaking out about her former coach Alberto Salazar, alleging abuse and mistreatment while being trained at Nike’s now discontinued Oregon Project. In an op-ed for The New York Times, Cain says she broke five bones and went three years ...read more