All posts tagged "marathons"
What To Watch On TV If You’re Staying In This Memorial Day
As usually happens on a holiday weekend, there are more than a few marathons to enjoy on TV...
Marathon Mania: Should Running 26.2 Miles Really Be Everyone’s Fitness Goal?
In the past, it was more hard-core, serious runners finishing marathons. Now, it's a bucket list item.
I’m A Runner, And I Think The Marathon Walking Trend Is Great
An area once thought to be conquerable by only the most elite athletes is being completed by people walking the...
Gym Classy Lady: My Strange Fascination With Watching Other People Run Marathons
It's a weird little world, this marathon watching thing. You wake up early to go stand on a...
9-Year-Old Set To Run Antarctica Marathon For Charity: Awesome or Awful?
Nikolas Toocheck is nine years old. And he's going to a run a marathon—in Antarctica. If you,...
Outrunning Addiction: Caleb Daniloff Confronts Alcoholism With Marathons
At the time when I spoke with him, Runner's World writer and Caleb Daniloff had run six marathons. But...
From Near-Death To Running Marathons, ‘Because I Can’
Some people are true inspirations in life. Janet Oberholtzer is one of them. The 46 year-old mother of...
How Far We’ve Come: A Short History Of Women’s Marathons
In 2011, 43% of the Boston Marathon's participants—people who met qualifying times for one of the most prestigious...
Marathons: Good for Bucket Lists, Bad For Our Bodies?
The Mayo Clinic's monthly journal is reporting that extreme exercise like marathons or long-distance bike races
Rich Roll’s Secret To Fueling His Super-Active, Vegan Lifestyle
Yesterday, we wrote about Rich Roll—the author of Finding Ultra (which was released today) who