WATCH: A new running documentary follows Wesley Korir's incredible odyssey.

WATCH: A new running documentary follows Wesley Korir's incredible odyssey.

runnersworld.com 30 Sep '14, 2am

If you're not familiar with Korir, I guarantee his story is one that will stick with you. He was a relatively unknown runner at the University of Louisville whose college career didn't give much hint that he'd be able to make any sort of career out of running. After graduating, he decided to run the 2008 Chicago Marathon, but he wasn't fast enough to get an invitation – in fact, even though he ...

Regional Rankings are out... Women ranked 8th after Stanford Invite, Men unranked..

ustfccca.org 29 Sep '14, 6pm
Regional Rankings are out... Women ranked 8th after Stanford Invite, Men unranked..

Despite some unexpected results on the biggest weekend of the NCAA Division I Cross Country season season to this point, changes were relativ...

9 things you did not know about Dennis Kimetto, the new world-record holder in the marathon:

running.competitor.com 29 Sep '14, 11pm

Dennis Kimetto celebrates his world-record run on Sunday. Photo: PhotoRun.net Here are nine things you may not have known about the fastest m...

How fast is 2:02:57? A new marathon record by the numbers:

How fast is 2:02:57? A new marathon record by the numbers:

runningmagazine.ca 29 Sep '14, 5pm

Kimetto’s run was also a profitable one. In addition to the win — good for €50,000 — he also takes home €30,000 for breaking 2:04 and an additional €50,000 for setting the world record. That’s roughly $184,00, but that’s not all: Kimetto is now on top of the World Marathon Majors point standings for 2013-2014 which will net the winner an additional $500,000 USD. Only Wilson Kipsang can overtake...