Races & Places
From San Francisco to South Carolina to South Africa, these are the marathons, half-marathons, and other races to look forward to this year.
You’ll want to pack your bags ASAP for these scenic routes.
Try one of these races if you are ready to make your 26.2 debut.
Some runners took conventional approaches to virtual races, others met their self-challenges with grit, patience, and some ingenuity.
The race is the final of the American majors to announce its plans.
Through the free race, NYRR will donate up to $100,000 to nonprofits confronting systemic racism.
Many nonprofits are telling their runners that if they want to race in 2021, they’ll have to do additional fundraising.
It’s been four months since the last time these professional runners have raced a sanctioned event.
These two teams found a way to compete despite race postponements and cancellations.
The organizers do not yet have approval to run the September race, but hope their intense hygiene proposal will sway the city.
Team Boss also raised $30,000 for the Sachs Foundation, a local nonprofit.
Recent events showcase the need to take action, elevate the programming, and promote diversity.
One competitive runner’s quest to stop hating virtual runs by finding events doing things differently.
How is TrackTown USA reckoning with the delay of the Games? One thing is for sure—all eyes are now on 2021.
The Oregon Track Club and the Atlanta Track Club virtually faced off from across the country.
The race will also benefit The Trevor Project.