Running

She’s a nine-time national champion on the roads, but Aliphine Tuliamuk’s greatest marathon might still be ahead of her. Editor’s Note: This article is part of a series leading up to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, highlighting the top athletes contending for the U.S. Olympic team. To put Aliphine Tuliamuk’s talent into perspective, consider
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At the 2018 Grandma’s Marathon in Duluth, Minnesota, Caitlyn Tateishi wasn’t supposed to qualify for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. It wasn’t that she wasn’t training for sub 2:45 finish. She planned the June race as a tune-up, a chance to run fast and earn a spot in the elite field at the California
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Kids, training, and recovery don’t always mix perfectly, but these three women give us an inside scoop on how they manage to make 26.2-mile magic happen, even when family life is hectic. It’s no secret the U.S. women are getting faster at the marathon, but in the process, they’re also reshaping the paradigm of the
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Find out how you can train and stay healthy through cold and flu season by making just a few lifestyle tweaks to manage stress. ’Tis the season for the flu, winter colds, and other upper respiratory infections (URI) that put a damper on our workouts and threaten our fitness. It is well-reported that during periods
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