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Justin Gatlin Reveals the No. 1 Sprinting Mistake Slowing Down Young Athletes

Father Time can't catch Justin Gatlin. The 35-year-old American sprinter may be one of the oldest athletes in his sport, but he's still chasing dow...

By: Brandon Hall

Leonard Fournette Recorded the Fastest Foot Speed of the NFL Season, Which Is Absolutely Terrifying

Leonard Fournette has arrived. The Jacksonville Jaguars rookie running back recorded 181 rushing yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 30-9 rout of ...

By: Brandon Hall

Freaky Fast Stanford RB Bryce Love Is on Pace to Break Barry Sanders' Single-Season Rushing Record

Christian McCaffrey might be gone, but there's a new Stanford running back galloping his way into the record books. His name is Bryce Love, and he ...

By: Brandon Hall

How De'Aaron Fox Became the NBA's New Fastest Man

De'Aaron Fox is basketball's Usain Bolt. As a true freshman at the University of Kentucky last season, Fox used his blinding speed to help himself ...

By: Brandon Hall

4 Proven Ways to Get Faster

Most athletes want to get faster. Speed means you can get to the ball quicker, outrun opponents, and potentially have a huge impact on the outcome of...

By: John Cissik

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STACK Sports Health: How Your Foot Should Strike the Ground When Running

Learn why where your foot strikes the ground is more important than how it strikes the ground.

The Nike Dri-FIT Element 1/2 Zip is The Ultimate Garment For Runners

The Nike Dri-FIT Element 1/2 Zip can help make running a whole lot more enjoyable.

NYC Marathon 2016: The Crazy Crowds on 1st Avenue

Go inside the throngs of people lining Manhattan's streets to cheer on the Marathon's 50,000 runners.

NYC Marathon 2016: Former NFL RB Tiki Barber Takes on 26.2 Miles (Again!)

We caught up with the former New York Giants running back at the start of the NYC Marathon—his fourth(!). So which is tougher? He offers some insight.

NYC Marathon 2016: How This Woman Dropped 94 Pounds

Meet Eliza Mejia, who used to be nearly twice the size she is today. She never thought she'd be a runner, but now she's a slender marathoner. Here's how she did it.