Man in gorilla suit finishes London Marathon
Tom Harrison, an English policeman wearing a gorilla costume, finished crawling the London Marathon after six days. He raised a reported $33,650 for a charity dedicated to conserving gorillas.
Ultra-running army captain prepared to go extra 156 miles
British army captain Tom Evans, a self-trained runner, conquered 50C heat and 156 miles across the Sahara -- now he wants a place in next year's Commonwealth Games.
Sotherton wants 'fresh, clean' medal
Kelly Sotherton wants a "fresh, clean" Olympic bronze medal and not the one given to Russian drugs cheat Tatyana Chernova, which she regards as "dirty and tainted".
Sotherton belatedly given 2008 Olympic medal
Britain's Kelly Sotherton is set to be upgraded to her third Olympic bronze medal after Tatyana Chernova was disqualified.
London runner carried over line by fellow racer
To raucous cheers, Matthew Rees put his fatigued rival's arm around his neck and hauled him to the end of the 26.2-mile London Marathon course.
Keitany breaks record with 3rd London win
Kenyan runner Mary Keitany broke Paula Radcliffe's women-only marathon world record on Sunday with a third victory in London, while Daniel Wanjiru won the men's race for the first time.
Weir edges Hug for record victory
Britain's David Weir has won a record seventh London Marathon title in the men's wheelchair race.
Bekele unsure of sub-2 hour marathon possibility.
Kenenisa Bekele and head of Sub2 project Yannis Pitsiladis discuss how a sub-2 hour marathon may be possible.
Tech key to two-hour push - Bekele
Kenenisa Bekele is a great Ethiopian athlete from the old school, a 34-year-old who was brought up on the best traditions of African running.
Grainger lands top UK Sport role
Dame Katherine Grainger is looking forward to building on the success of UK Sport after the five-time Olympic medallist was named as the new chair.
Chain-smoker-turned-marathoner looks to complete feat in London
Chris Bartosik knew he had to make a change in his life after years of smoking. So he quit and picked up running, and found a special way to honor his ill mother in the process.
Infection won't hinder Pavey at London Marathon
Jo Pavey insists the chest infections that have dogged her training for Sunday's London Marathon will not impede her chances of qualifying for this summer's British World Championships team.
Q&A: Eatons on postretirement life, Mars vs. the Moon and new pup Zora
A glimpse into the post-competitive life of Olympic power couple Ashton Eaton and Brianne Theisen-Eaton, from having the freedom to finally trail run to finding ways to help kids reach college.
Keitany and Kiplagat slam Marathon dopers.
Kenyan London Marathon hopefuls Mary Keitany and Florence Kiplagat call for tougher sanctions on athletes caught cheating.
Marathon favourites want doping criminalised
Two of the world's best distance runners have joined Paula Radcliffe in calling for the universal criminalisation of doping violations days out from the London Marathon.
Sir Mo Farah injection within legal limits
An injection given to Sir Mo Farah before his London Marathon debut was within legal limits but not correctly recorded, a doctor has said.
Oldest London Marathon entrant set for 37th race
Ken Jones says he's a bit apprehensive about taking on the London Marathon on Sunday because he's "so much slower these days".
Aaron Hale: 'The gift is being here and getting to run'
Life has thrown many obstacles Aaron Hale's way. But the retired Army Sergeant continues to find ways to inspire other wounded veterans, including with his latest finish at the Boston Marathon.
Kenya's Kirui, Kiplagat sweep Boston Marathon
Geoffrey Kirui and Edna Kiplagat of Kenya won the men's and women's races at the Boston Marathon on Monday. American Galen Rupp finished second in the men's race by 21 seconds.
For Devin Wang, another year brings closure after tragedy
There are many adjectives for what Devin Wang and so many others did at the 2013 Boston Marathon, but the most fitting of all may be the word we reserve for athletes: clutch.
Shalane Flanagan says she is not done running just yet
Shalane Flanagan was set to run the 2017 Boston Marathon before a back injury sidelined her. We checked in with the three-time Olympian on her recovery, career goals and life as a foster parent.
Jeff Goad: 'I've got way too much living to do'
From climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro to returning to the Boston Marathon on Monday, 56-year-old runner Jeff Goad wants to show others what's possible while battling cancer. "Who is the boss? I am."
How Kathrine Switzer helped change the culture in women's sports
Fifty years ago, Kathrine Switzer became the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon. Now, as she is set to race there again, No. 261 is a source of inspiration for women worldwide.
From battlefields to Boston: How running brought two VETs together
After horrific battlefield injuries, operations and "dark moments", two military veterans will run the Boston and London Marathons together. This is their story of hope, friendship and hardship.
A race to honor the girl 'everyone fell in love with'
Peter, Kate and Charlotte Cipolletti have never run a marathon before. But when the siblings take the starting line Monday in Boston, something personal will be pushing them to the finish.
Washington Huskies linebacker Psalm Wooching was set to be drafted this week, but instead he has just returned from a trial at Top 14 side Pau. He tells Tom Hamilton his remarkable story.
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