13 Thoughts That Go Through Your Head During a Half-Marathon

From “Do I look as awkward as that runner over there?” to “How do I drink water and run at the same time?”

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5 Night Races You’re Really Going To Want To Run

Want to switch it up with a light-hearted, not-your-average 5K, 10K, or marathon? Then a night race is definitely worth putting on your calendar.

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How Running Faster Can Actually Protect Your Knees

Speeding up may actually be better for your body than taking things slow.

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4 Things You Should Know About Treadmill Safety

Although treadmills are generally safe, accidents can happen.

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You Got a Running Injury During Race Training…Now What?

We called on some of the top running experts to share their tips on the best ways to address common running injuries — from 24-hour pangs to serious setbacks.

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The Inspirational Man Who Finished in Last Place at the Boston Marathon

At about 5 a.m. yesterday, 39-year-old Maickel Melamed crossed the finish line. It took him about 20 hours through wind, rain, and cold—and he was so happy because he wasn’t sure he’d make it. The Venezuelan man has muscular dystrophy, a disease that causes muscle weakness and muscle loss.

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People Conveniently Forget Just How Much Marathons Hurt When Asked About Them Later

Marathoners know how their body feels after running 26.2 miles. So what gets them to sign up for yet ANOTHER punishing race? Turns out, a new study found that marathon runners significantly underestimate their postrace pain when asked about it a few months later.

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The Touching Reason Why Uzo Aduba Is Running the Boston Marathon

For the “Orange is the New Black” star, tackling 26.2 miles is about much more than a scoring a medal-and-space-blanket-at-the-finish-line selfie.

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The Pros and Cons of Running on the Treadmill

Is it better to run on a treadmill or outside on the pavement? It’s an age-old question and the truth is there are pros and cons to both. We break it down.

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How This Determined Woman Finished a 10K With the Help of a Compassionate Police Officer

Asia Ford may have finished Saturday’s Rodes City Run in last place, but that wasn’t the important part. What really mattered was that she finished the 10K race at all—thanks to the help of a caring police officer, a complete stranger until that day.

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