MARATHON RECORD WATCH: Who to Watch in the 2017 Berlin Marathon

The Berlin Marathon is widely considered the fastest of the World Major Marathons. This year will be no different as several runners look to beat the long held world record marathon time. This years race is set to be a showdown for the ages. On Sunday, September 24, 2017, Eliud Kipchoge, Wilson Kipsang, and Kenenisa Bekele […]

10 Foods to Liven up Your Marathon Diet

There is no better example of the fact that you are what you eat than when you’re a marathon runner. While a good diet is important for a healthy balanced lifestyle, it becomes of paramount importance when you are an endurance runner. We usually get our nutrition advice from Monica’s Health Mag, but today we […]

Strava CEO Runs in Solidarity with Immigrants

In this running news update, we take a look at some of the popular headlines sparking interest among runners. World Champion Declares Nike’s 2 Hour Marathon Goal Impossible In a recent statement to Reuters, Vivian Cheruiyot has indicated Nike’s goal to push a runner to beat the long standing 2 hour barrier is impossible regardless of […]

Is Bad Nutrition Holding You Back from a PR?

What running goals are you working towards? Maybe you want to conquer a new distance – like your first marathon. For many runners, the dream of reaching a new PR – in any distance – is always ahead of them. There’s no thrill like pushing yourself to your limit, fighting to go faster, and then […]

The Wearable Making Fitness Easy to Do and Understand

KEENBRACE, a New Adaptive Training Device for Injury-Free Workouts, is Launching on Kickstarter SHENZHEN, CHINA: On September 1, 2016, the award-winning startup—Keenbrace—will launch its new fitness wearable on Kickstarter. Keenbrace is an adaptive personal training device that gives users of all activity levels injury-free workouts. It provides real-time voice coaching and error correction. The comfortable, […]

Product Review: Premium Medal Display Case

As runners, we spend many hours each week to achieve our running goals. We count every calorie and macro to ensure our body is properly fueled. We meticulously plan each mile of our daily and weekly runs. And we tirelessly track each rep in the gym and on the treadmill to build strength to carry […]

Nike Continues to Disappoint Women

Run Infinity previously reported Nike made a controversial decision when it announced the cancelling of the 2016 Nike Women’s Half Marathon San Francisco. As one of the most popular races among women, this decision was very disappoint to many of our blog followers. Today, Run Infinity learned of two more big Nike races aimed at women […]

Run Infinity Named #3 Best Running Blog

Run Infinity has been named the #3 best running blog on BlogRank’s list of Top 50 Running Blogs. The ranking is based on a variety of criteria including feedburner RSS membership, unique monthly visitors, Google Indexed Page, number of incoming links, Google PR, Alexa Rank, and Complete Rank. According to its website, BlogRank is a comprehensive […]

Running Participation Begins Decline in 2015

Since 1990, running participation in the half marathon has been setting a blistering pace for growth, rising from 303,000 finishers in 1990 to 2,046,600 finishers in 2014. This decade and a half period meant exciting times for the sport of running, but have to good times come to an end? The End of an Era? […]

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