WTW: The Japanese Men and Athing Mu Run Fast, NAU Loses and Much More
LetsRun.com's Decade Awards: Alberto Salazar Is Our Person Of The Decade + Best Runner, Best Upset, Doping Excuse of the Decade, & More!
RRW: Sixteen Prior Champions, Including Des Linden, To Run 2020 Boston Marathon
Hear From the Pros Ahead of the 2019 Boston Marathon
Counting Down the 2019 Boston Marathon Men's Contenders, From #16 to #1
John Hancock Announces 2019 Boston Marathon International Elite Field: World Marathon Champ Geoffrey Kirui, NYC Champ Lelisa Desisa, Former World Champ Edna Kiplagat, Former London Champ Aselefech Mergia Join Defending Champions
Des Linden & Yuki Kawauchi Will Return to Defend Their Titles at 2019 Boston Marathon
WTW: Valencia Keeps Impressing as a Running City, Sacramento is Olympic Trials Qualifying Central, And Who is Running Sub 2:08?
Improbable Boston Winners Des Linden and Yuki Kawauchi Show Why We Run the Race
The People's Marathoner Yuki Kawauchi Wins the 2018 Boston Marathon
No Excuses: 1-Degree Temps (-13 C) Don't Prevent Japan's Yuki Kawauchi From Breaking World Record For Most Sub-2:20 Marathons
Yuki Kawauchi Added To 2018 Boston Marathon Elite Field
Sondre Moen Makes History, Smashes European Record in Marathon to Win Fukuoka in 2:05:48
WTW: Molly Seidel and Erin Finn Are Both MIA, Devin Dixon Arrives, Mark Wetmore Produces an 800 Champ, And A Simple Rule Change Guaranteed to Make Track & Field More Popular
Week That Was: Women's 800m Madness, One Runner from Japan is Better than All of American Men Combined in the Marathon the Last 6 Years, Collegiate Milers and More
Week That Was: Do We Have a New High School XC Legend? - Plus We Love the Fukuoka Marathon, A Trail Running Update and Yes, Ryan Hall Returns to Racing
WTW: Meet Germany's Teen Phenom, How Not To Run A Marathon, The End Of The Diamond League In New York, And Praise For Doper Maria Sharapova
Marathon Greats Wilson Kipsang And Meb Keflezighi Lead Men’s Field For 2015 TCS New York City Marathon
WTW: 2015 Is The Year Of Bernard Lagat; Shannon Rowbury, Cas Loxsom And Moses Mosop Off To Good Starts; And Kawauchi Triumphs Over The US Again
Even if Bernard Lagat sucks by his lofty standards, 2015 is going to be the year of Lagat. Shannon Rowbury, Moses Mosop and Cas Loxsom are off to good starts in 2015, and we take a look back at 2014 as Yuki Kawauchi once again ran more sub-2:10 marathons than all of America combined. Plus some props to the Chevron Houston Marathon.