It’s something men don’t like to talk about. But since September is Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, we will.
He’s a streaker. No, not that kind. He’s a normal 59-year-old who decided to go for a run one day. And then the next. And then the next. 1,000 days and more than 3,200 miles later, his streak is still on track.
Ray Zahab is one of the most amazing people you’ve probably never heard of. Find out how he went from coach potato to setting a world record in the world’s most extreme place.
A former Olympic marathon runner says he can turn anyone — even you! — into a marathoner. Find out how you could be crossing the finish line in just a few months.
After losing her husband and battling breast cancer, Lillie Doss was feeling helpless. So, she started to run and it changed her outlook on life forever.
For a man who has run over 100 marathons at least 100 miles long each and climbed to the top of all the seven summits of the world, it’s hard to believe Marshall Ulrich was a bit of a coach potatoes until he was almost 30.
Ray Zahab used to be a smoker who lived an unhealthy life. After a few major life changes, he’s on the other side of the spectrum, running marathons, raising awareness for important causes and living an adventurous life.
Known as the “Iron Nun,” Sister Madonna Buder is redefining what it means to be a nun and a runner. Find out how she uses her training runs as time to talk to God and why race directors have to keep adding age categories to keep up with her.
On his 32nd birthday, Roy Pirrung started running to lose weight and quit smoking. Nearly 30 years later, he’s still running and shattering world records.