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Join Andre De Grasse in Race With Me! virtual challenge

The six-time Olympic medallist is encouraging kids across the country to get up and move

The Million Reasons Run: Lindsay and Jesse’s story

Lindsay MacDonald and Jesse Fraser will be running during the month of May in honour of their son, William

Women in distance running: is the gender gap closing?

More and more races are being won outright by women, and The North Face ultrarunner Anne Bouchard believes women will continue to make gains on men

Why distance runners should try training for the mile

Changing gears and training for a shorter distance can reinvigorate your training and boost your fitness

8 classic track and road workouts to build speed

These workouts aren’t fancy or flashy, but they’ve been time-tested by thousands of athletes to prove they work

SHOE REVIEW: On cloudrunner

The Cloudrunner takes the impact out of asphalt, delivering a soft and comfortable ride for your daily mileage

Should I base my training on RPE?

Rate of perceived exertion is a great way to monitor your effort levels without the tech, and can help you out of a slump

400m repeats to build strength and speed endurance

By gradually diminishing your recovery time between intervals, you can build up the resilience you’ll need to tackle a 10K or half-marathon

Try this speedwork sandwich workout to prepare for the half-marathon

Use this workout to simulate the end of a half-marathon and practice pushing through late-race fatigue

8 foods to add to your grocery cart this spring

These seasonal foods will keep you running strong during the spring racing season

Boston Marathon race director completes his 50th Boston Marathon

Dave McGillivray has been making the journey from Hopkinton to Boylston every year since 1973

Brother of Boston bombing victim finishes his first Boston Marathon

Henry Richard was 10 years old when he lost his little brother. Now 20, he made the trek from Hopkinton to Boylston in his honour