These Native Women Are Healing Themselves and Their Communities by Running
The Kwe Pack has a simple but radical mission: to improve indigenous health in mind and body by encouraging women to sign on for long-distance runs.
Will a New Running Shoe Antagonize the Marathon's Culture War?
Nike's new $250 shoe that makes a faster runner might be cause for celebration, but it plays into a long-running debate over the deeper meaning of the marathon and who should participate in it.
Viewfinder: An American Takes First at the Boston Marathon
Desiree Linden approaches the 24 mile marker of the 2018 Boston Marathon on April 16th, 2018, in Brookline, Massachusetts. Linden was the first American to win the race in 33 years.
Running a Half-Marathon in One of the World's Most Polluted Cities
In New Delhi, a group of runners used an assortment of gear to run a race through an air quality crisis that blanketed the city in smog.
Running a Marathon Takes Guts, but They Better Behave
The power of dietary rituals on the streets of Boston.
Can Haile Gebrselassie Become Ethiopia's Best Politician?
Arguably the greatest long-distance runner ever, Haile Gebrselassie is now aiming for a spot in Ethiopia's parliament.
Just Keep Running: On the Boston Marathon and Resiliency of Runners
Pacific Standard President P. Steven Ainsley, a marathoner and former publisher of The Boston Globe, reflects on the resiliency of runners—and of the people of Boston.