As runners, we’re lucky. We don’t require expensive equipment or special sports pitches to practice our favorite form of exercise. Plus, it’s free!
What we do appreciate are a few things: a mild climate, plentiful routes, tracks and trails, a supportive local community of runners and perhaps some company.
Ever wondered where in the U.S offer these wonderful qualities and are the best cities for runners? Well, now you do.
Hardship is part of the deal when you're a fan of extreme endurance running. There are plenty of things that make extreme running difficult. Some races take it to a whole new level.
The 934-mile Great Himalaya Trail is likely the most extreme. Current record holders, Ryan Sandes and Ryno Griesel recently completed this grueling route in 25 days.
Thinking of participating in the Color Run this year and need some Color Run tips?
The Color Run is an exciting 5K event that has hosted 6 million people and takes place in over 35 different countries. It's the longest running series to date. Read on to learn all about it.
Every runner has his or her preferred local spot for a leisurely trail run or serious marathon training. However, chances are you rarely get to run in a locale that is considered one of the most beautiful settings for running in the world.
There are plenty of options to choose from, many of them hosting annual marathons, ultramarathons, and/or other races for those interested in hoofing it through the most gorgeous scenery the planet has to offer. How can you decide which of these global marathons to try?