Global Running News  Global Running News
Injuries and Treatment  Injuries
Nutrition Information  Nutrition
Running Training Information  Training
Running Information Forums  Forums

   Running Information      USA Running      Running South Africa      Running New Zealand      Running UK      Running Ireland      Running Ireland      Deutsch Laufzeit      Copenhagen Marathon      Suomen Juoksu      Sverige Löpning      Tel Aviv Marathon      Running Australia      Running Kenya      Running Europe      Running Malta      Running Namibia

Stephen Sambu wins Healthy Kidney 10K

NEW YORK (May 10, 2014) - Stephen Sambu called it the best performance of his life. After following two-time UAE Healthy Kidney 10K champion Leonard Patrick Komon for two miles, Sambu caught his Kenyan countryman at the top of Harlem Hill and passed him on the way down. In the lead with less than 300 meters to go, … [Read more...]

Jamaica and Kenya under scrutiny

The World Conference on Doping in Sport starts tomorrow in Johannesburg, where it will consider a new anti-doping code and is expected to confirm the global doping policing body’s next president. World sports leaders will converge at the Sandton Convention Centre for the four-day meeting amid frosty relations between … [Read more...]

Korir, Utura Claim Titles

DAVENPORT, Iowa - The 2013 Quad-City Times Bix 7 lived up to its pre-race depth as Leonard Korir of Kenya and Sule Utura of Ethiopia claimed the Men’s and Women’s Elite titles – their first career starts at the 39th edition event. … [Read more...]

Stellar field for NYC Half

NEW YORK - Olympic bronze medalist Wilson Kipsang of Kenya and three-time Olympian Kim Smith of New Zealand will headline the international fields for the NYC Half on Sunday, March 17; World Championships bronze medalist Bob Tahri of France will make his half-marathon debut; and Portugal’s newly crowned European Indoor … [Read more...]

Kiplagat Wins NYRR Mini 10K

NEW YORK - (June 9, 2012) - On a day when the NYRR New York Mini 10K celebrated 40 years of being the first, and often the best, women-only race in the world, Kenya's Edna Kiplagat used some nostalgia of her own to pull away from Aheza Kiros of Ethiopia for a victory under cloudy and somewhat muggy conditions in … [Read more...]

Kogo, Kiros take Beach to Beacon Titles

CAPE ELIZABETH, Maine - (August 6, 2011) - Kenyan Micah Kogo used his Olympic track speed to wear down a talented men's field, while Aheza Kiros of Ethiopia cruised to victory on the women's side in the 14th TD Bank Beach to Beacon 10K Road Race on Saturday in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. … [Read more...]

Kipruto, Rotich Take Honors at Bix 7

  DAVENPORT, Iowa - Unlike most of the runners from Kenya who compete on the United States road running circuit, Silas Kipruto is tall enough to pass for a basketball player. And on Saturday, July 30, he pretty much slam-dunked the rest of the field in the 2011 Quad-City Times Bix 7. … [Read more...]