May 17, 2010 | DAVID EPSTEIN
WHO HAS THE SPEED GENE, AND WHO DOESN'T? HOW MUCH OF PERFORMANCE IS GENETIC? HOW DID EARLY HUMANS BECOME ATHLETES? AND CAN THE PERFECT ATHLETE BE GENETICALLY ENGINEERED?
July 14, 2008 | TIM LAYDEN
Led by double winner Bernard Lagat, foreign-born runners swept the 1,500 at a tribulation-filled trials that saw one sprint star go down, another emerge and a strong team take shape
February 04, 2008 | Richard Demak
As political unrest sends Kenya into chaos, athletes have come under attack
January 14, 2008
Announced That she has breast cancer, Olympic figure skating gold medalist Dorothy Hamill (below). The 51-year-old, a three-time U.S. champion who won Olympic gold at age 19 in 1976, is taking time off from her...
April 23, 2007 | Brian Cazeneuve
8 Men who have won the Boston Marathon at least three
times, after Robert Cheruiyot of Kenya was victorious on Monday. (Lidiya
Grigoryeva of Russia won the women's race.)