Marathon Cheater Gets Caught (Much To Our Amusement)

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This is a news story too hilarious not to share. And while cheating is seriously uncool, the specific details of this particular story had me laughing for days. A 31-year-old woman who "won" a marathon was disqualified when her race stats came under fire as --- well, impossible. Here are a few of …
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5 New Running Shoes That’ll Have You Wanting to Pound the Treadie or Pavement

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Looking for a new pair of kicks for your next run? Here are five new running shoes we're pretty smitten with for a variety of reasons. Some have more cushion, others are more minimalist, but they all rock our running world! 5 New Running Shoes You'll Love 1. SKORA Fit ($94.95). We've tried a …
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Workout I Did: Fast/Slow, Up/Down

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Two things can up the ante in your workouts: adding faster intervals and adding incline of some sort. When you do both in one cardio workout? Well, it makes for one kick-ass sweat session! This 25-minute cardio workout can be done whether you're inside on a treadmill or outside with a hill or stairs …
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How a Weekend With Runner’s World Changed Me … for the Better

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When Runner's World invited me out to their Runner's World Half & Festival (and yes, they paid for my entry and accommodations and everything, but I was not required to write about it unless I wanted to!), I was pumped. In addition to the special events planned for my fellow bloggers and me, the …
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What Deena Kastor Will Eat Before the New York City Marathon — and Her Goal!

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When you think of elite runners who inspire, it's pretty impossible not to think of Deena Kastor. After all, she is basically a running legend. She claims the two fastest half-marathon performances by an American woman and the two fastest marathons by an American woman, plus she’s an Olympic …
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Workout I Did: A Walk (Errr, Run) in the Woods

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Yesterday afternoon, out of the blue, I got the itch to run. Which was awesome, because while I was training for Augusta, I rarely experienced that on account of the fact that I had such a strict workout schedule set that by the time the urge to run would hit, I was already heading out for whatever …
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