Odds and Ends 

10 Running Outfits That Won the Race to My Heart

It’s race day but these running outfits have already won the race to my heart. Although it would kind of suck to lose a race to an ‘Eiffel Tower’, setting a new personal best running from Pac-Man would be pretty glorious. If I had to choose one, I would have to tip my Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. hat to Forrest 🙂 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Read more: https://twistedsifter.com/2019/06/running-outfits-that-won-the-race-to-my-heart/

Read More
Headlines 

Prep for Your Toughest Races Like a Master Marathoner

On Wednesday, I spoke with Mebrahtom Keflezighi, perhaps the most successful American marathoner of all time. He won the New York City marathon in 2009 and the Boston Marathon in 2014. He won an Olympic silver medal and was internationally competitive until the age of 42, in a sport where people tend to peak much younger than that. On Monday, he will be the grand marshall of the Boston Marathon. Keflezighi possesses a wealth of running wisdom, much of which he shares in his book 26 Marathons. We spoke mainly…

Read More
Odds and Ends 

Will science and good shoes help break the two-hour marathon barrier this weekend?

This weekend, Eliud Kipchoge, Lelisa Desisa and Zersenay Tadese will attempt to run a marathon in under two hours. Its a bold and some say impossible goal, and a hell of a marketing campaign for Nike, which has been dumping time, money and resources into Saturdays event for a few years now. The of similar name) was announced late last year, but its timing was only unveiled earlier this week, due to a confluence of factors involved in making the conditions perfect for the three runners involved. The event goes…

Read More
Headlines 

Nikes two-hour marathon project reveals technological inequities in sport

This weekend, with technological help, three runners will try to break the two-hour marathon barrier. This is a good time to ask who technology is for This weekend in Italy three elite athletes sponsored by Nike, the athletics company, will, conditions permitting, 2:02:57, set by Dennis Kimetto of Kenya in Berlin in 2014. Shaving three minutes from the marathon record would be an incredible accomplishment. The previous drop of three minutes has taken about 16 years. Nikes Breaking2 project is more than just a slick marketing exercise for a new…

Read More