Editor-in-Training: Finding Balance

Marathon training, up to this point, has not gone quite the way I envisioned, to say the least. Six weeks or so before marathon...

City Projects to Open Lake Front

The city of Chicago has announced three projects aimed to help pedestrians and cyclists reach the lakefront without battling through Lake Shore Drive. While...

Wendy Jaehn to Step Down as CARA Director

The Chicago Area Runners Association will have a new leader at the end of July. Wendy Jaehn, the executive director of the CARA, announced last...

New Running Program Teaches Proper Form

One of the beautiful parts of running is anyone can do it. All it takes is a pair of shoes (usually) and any amount...

On Your Mark Hosts Marathon Training

When Olivia May found out she received an entry in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon this year she started asking around to see...

Stay Safe Along Busy Streets

Warm weather usually means only one thing for athletes. More opportunities to get out and get some workouts in. Whether it's the lakefront path,...

FiveFingers Class Action Lawsuit Settled

Since the 1970s, runners have been looking for any way to improve their times and do anything they can to speed up. With that...

New 5K with Old Twist

For many people, it's tough to look back at the 70s without making a joke. However, Fleet Feet's newest race celebrates the decade that...

Half Marathon Record Set

PRESS RELEASE: KENOSHA, WI (May 6, 2014) — Noah Bliss, 10, set the half marathon age-10 world record at the sixth annual Wisconsin Marathon on May...

Liliya Shobukhova Banned for Blood Doping

Former Bank of America Chicago Marathon winner and World Marathon Major champion Liliya Shobukhova has been banned for two years after a blood doping...