1. UA HOVR Smokerider Spike Review

    UA HOVR Smokerider Spike Review

    Dec 30, 2020

    A pair of spikes can be a runner's best friend.

  2. Former NAIA Star Sam Atkin Has Olympic Games In Sight

    Former NAIA Star Sam Atkin Has Olympic Games In Sight

    Dec 15, 2020

    If Sam Atkin winds up representing Great Britain in the 10,000m at the Tokyo Olympic Games, there’s a good chance he’ll be the most improbable athlete in the race.

  3. Ryan Crouser Is Having One Of The Best Seasons In Track & Field History

    Ryan Crouser Is Having One Of The Best Seasons In Track & Field History

    Sep 15, 2020

    If there was such a thing as a shot put video game, you could say that Ryan Crouser is putting up video game numbers in 2020. 

  4. Tamaal Myers Is Ready For His Encore At AAU

    Tamaal Myers Is Ready For His Encore At AAU

    Aug 4, 2020

    One of the most anticipated races of the AAU Junior Olympic Games this week is led by an athlete that few might know about. 

  5. Confidence Is Key For Aly Conyers Ahead Of The AAU JO Games

    Confidence Is Key For Aly Conyers Ahead Of The AAU JO Games

    Aug 3, 2020

    With less than one week until the AAU Junior Olympic Games, Heathwood Hall's (SC) Aly Conyers is ready to see the results of her season's -- or to some, pandemic -- training finally pay off.

  6. Running For Beginners: 5 Tips To Get Started

    Running For Beginners: 5 Tips To Get Started

    Jul 10, 2020

    When I decided I wanted to run regularly, the first phrase that popped into my mind was "runner's high." That sounded great: a feeling of euphoria and confidence, a flood of endorphins, and more energy throughout the day. But when I finally laced up my running shoes and hit the road, I was wheezing, aching, and falling apart. 

  7. How To Train For a Half Marathon

    How To Train For a Half Marathon

    Jun 29, 2020

    Training for a half marathon can be a daunting undertaking for even the most seasoned runners, and having a plan is crucial for succeeding come race day. There are a variety of resources available on the internet for those who need help with their training process or need inspiration for their training plans. 

  8. How Many Miles Is The 5K & What Else Should You Know?

    How Many Miles Is The 5K & What Else Should You Know?

    Jun 29, 2020

    The 5K race — short for five kilometers — is a long-distance race many runners conquer over the course of their careers. The race has gained popularity over the years and there are thousands of 5K races that are run across the globe. 

  9. Add These Running Songs To Your Running Playlist

    Add These Running Songs To Your Running Playlist

    Jun 25, 2020

    One of the best parts about going for a run is getting lost in the music of our choosing. Whether it's to distract us from the pain or exhaustion of a long haul, or simply to enjoy the experience of music to our ears, putting on some tunes for a jog is the bomb. 

  10. 4 Tips For Running In The Cold

    4 Tips For Running In The Cold

    Jun 25, 2020

    Cold weather running isn't a whole lot different from warm weather running, but there are a few nuances runners should take into account before setting off on a chilly day. From attire to hydration to post running activities, there are definitely a few things to have in mind when heading out for a run on a cold day. 

  11. Six Dream Match Races During Social Distancing Era

    Six Dream Match Races During Social Distancing Era

    Jun 24, 2020

    Track and field has attempted to solve the challenges of racing while social distancing with remote match races, which pits competitors against each other simultaneously in separate locations. While the method is far less entertaining than the real thing, the sport has had fun with the circumstances by racing over unfamiliar distances. The Impossible Games and the OTC/ATC dual have gotten the format off to a good start, but I have some ideas for other virtual races I’d love to watch as we wait for the sport as we know it to return.

  12. Coleman Struggling To Find Sympathy Among Elite T&F Peers

    Coleman Struggling To Find Sympathy Among Elite T&F Peers

    Jun 19, 2020

    The crux of Christian Coleman’s argument that he arrived back at home on December 9, 2019, during his drug testing window and therefore should not have incurred a whereabouts violation rests on whether or not you trust the sprinter. 

  13. Matthew Boling Is Ready For His Next NCAA Race

    Matthew Boling Is Ready For His Next NCAA Race

    Jun 14, 2020

    An easy workout behind him, Matthew Boling softened for a few seconds on Monday and let himself think about the possibility. What would a day training with the world's absolute best sprint athletes look like?

  14. Finding Your Next Track And Field Book

    Finding Your Next Track And Field Book

    Jun 11, 2020

    Life in the past couple of months has been strange, to say the least. With quarantine and stay-at-home orders, it’s potentially given us a lot more free time on our hands. 

  15. 12 Interesting Track & Field Facts

    12 Interesting Track & Field Facts

    Jun 11, 2020

    Track and field is one of the oldest sports in history. It was one of the ancient Olympic events when the sport first started in Greece and has been an Olympic pastime for centuries now. Track and field has created some of the most suspenseful and exhilarating moments of the Olympics.