On Marathon Monday, athlete Tyler Pennel ran the 26.2 miles from Hopkinton to Boylston street in his Reebok Floatride Run Fast shoes and place 4th overall in the men's division. See why he considers his Floatrides a great marathon shoe.
"I don’t think it’s my job to steer anyone in a certain direction. I just keep repeating: Focus on motivation. Engage your brain. Stay positive."
Read more about 1968 Boston Marathon Champion Amby Burfoot's 50th anniversary run and his advice for staying a forever runner, what kept him warm during the race and which shoes he's currently trying out.
If you're looking to run in a national park, you're probably feeling weary about the number of people you'll be having to avoid on your route. Instead of heading to some of the nation's biggest parks this year, check out these six off-the-beaten path destinations instead.
Nike created a 3D-printed textile with Olympian and gold medalist Eliud Kipchoge that is built for speed. Check out more on these innovative kicks that he’ll be wearing for the London Marathon.
We're still getting choked up about this year's Boston Marathon. What a year for the record books! Take a look at some of our favorite Instagram posts by you, our strong, brave and resilient runners!
Get a head start for next year's Boston Marathon and check out this mile-by-mile video of the iconic course so you know just what to expect!
Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden shares how training in Mammoth helps her prepare for her running goals and what challenges she’s considering tackling in the future.
“I was supposed to leave this morning because I had to be at work on Wednesday morning,” laughed Kawauchi. “But I called the principal where I work and got permission to stay for the press conference.”
Read more about Boston's newest champion Yuki Kawauchi.
“Those were the most brutal conditions I’ve ever run in.” - Shalane Flanagan
Take some time to rest, Boston finishers - you've earned it!
Did today's race inspire you to chase the unicorn? Get our four-month marathon training plan to run your fastest 26.2 yet.
Wait, who? Sarah Sellers? Here's what we know about the Boston Marathon's second place finisher and virtually-unknown runner Sarah Sellers.
If you didn’t know the name Yuki Kawauchi before, you do now.