See also the Kelly Agnew archives at marathoninvestigation.com:
This is a clear article which argues that the most effective way to train VO2 max is low intensity, high volume training.
Some actually good/informative threads on letsrun
Interview with founders of two Parkrun USA groups.
A followup on the Frank Meza / Marathon Investigations drama.
His brain and body shattered in a horrible accident as a young boy, Bret Dunlap thought just being able to hold down a job, keep an apartment, and survive on his own added up to a good enough life. Then he discovered running.
In 2011 Reza won a 24-hour running event in Boulder, CO.
See also: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reza_Baluchi
On Maureen Wilton's 1967 marathon world record at the age of 13.
A first-hand account of a Hong Kong protest.
An interview with the fish slapping guy.
Lots of thru hikes and some endurance running.
Zach Miller used to train for mountain races while working on a cruise ship.
Zach Beavin's 2019 Strolling Jim race report
Why do what you're good at when you could be doing what you like?
Seems like good advice.
The story of the Colorado trail runner who survived an attack by a juvenile mountain lion (the full 21-minute interview is at the bottom of the article).
A young mountain lion attacked a trail runner in Colorado.
Good interview with Chris Hannah (23:24)
A hound dog ran a small-town half marathon of its own accord and finished 7th (1:32:56).