In 1961, despite the efforts of the race organizers, Julia Chase became the first woman to compete in the Manchester Road Race.
Great Britain's Alistair Brownlee won Saturday's ITU World Triathlon Series in San Diego with a dominant performance and blistering run.
In the wake of the horrific Boston Marathon explosions in the city's Copley Square, Dan Rubenstein looks at how universal a sport running is and one shining bright spot from a dark Monday.
Guor Marial went from one Lost Boys of Sudan to running in the 2012 Summer Games as an Independent Athlete and now he wants to become the first ever to represent South Sudan in the Olympics. And a filmaker wants to tell his story.
After winning the Rock 'n' Roll New Orleans Half Marathon, a local news anchor asks Mo Farah if he's run before.
Galen Rupp tried to set a new American record in the indoor mile at BU's Terrier Invitational over the weekend. And he came oh so close.
The life of a professional athlete is often thought of as luxurious, pampered and privileged. That is not always the case, however, especially if you are a professional runner.