How pushing yourself to new extremes can help you to self-care
Final year is stressful enough – without having to run 26 miles.
Transomania which is a foot race from the Arabian Sea to the Indian Ocean is one of the most extreme marathons.
The physical impact of extreme exercise on the body is intense.
The modern marathon distance comes from the 1908 London Olympics.
The story behind the marathon is more complicated than it seems.
High-mileage running training leads to more spring-like behaviour in the legs.
A new study highlights beneficial physical adaptations.
In some distance events, disabled athletes already outcompete their able-bodied counterparts.
Paula Radcliffe holds the world record in the women’s marathon, at 2:15:25.
Just like an efficient car on a long trip, the best marathon runners also use less energy to run at a given speed.
Let me hear your body talk …
Working out is always good for you – until it's not.
Be in the running.
The mind matters when it comes to marathon running, and here are some top mental tips to help you on your way.
It turns out, men lock horns on online charity sites as well.
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A competition already took place ahead of this week's road races in Boston and London: men outbidding each other to show an attractive woman how generous they are.
World record holder – but for how long?
This fall Dennis Kimetto set a new world record in the marathon, clocking 2:02:57 at Berlin. He is the first man to run those 26.2 miles in under 2:03 and his time sparked speculation about when the two-hour…