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The 1904 Olympic Marathon and the Early Days of Doping

Republished with permission of VeloPress from Spitting in the Soup: Inside the Dirty Game of Doping in Sports by Mark Johnson. Read more about sports doping at www.spittinginthesoup.com. The morning of August 30, 1904, dawned hot and humid in St. Louis, Missouri. The United States was hosting its first Olympic Games, and it was as […]

New York City’s First Lady of Running

Jessica Zapotechne has been at the epicenter of NYC's run-crew scene for more than a decade and her latest project, Girls Run NYC, brings community building to a whole new level.

Medals of Honor: Earn Finisher’s Medals to Honor the Military

It’s not unusual to see service men and women running a race in their boots and fatigues. But Amy Cotta is different. She runs in combat boots not because she’s in the military, but in support of her son who joined the Marines in 2011. It was her way of feeling connected to him as […]