Seventy-four year-old Harry Vroulis suffered a fatal heart attack on Sunday close to the 16-mile mark of the race.
The popular running shoe is reportedly set to be banned when World Athletics announces new regulations.
Not everyone can run 26.2 miles, but everyone can watch the New York City Marathon.
Even if you aren't interested in the marathon, it would be wise to be informed because road closures impact everyone.
According to a new study, consuming potatoes may be just as effective as popular carbohydrate gels for an athlete's performance.
"Any outdoor activities, and particularly sports that can raise the body's core temperature, will have to be curtailed. Warmer regions could be similar to areas where extreme cold can be found today; there will be periods where you just can't be outside," Carl Parker, a Hurricane Specialist and Storm Specialist for The Weather Channel, told Newsweek.
The carefully-controlled conditions that allowed Kipchoge accomplish what was once believed to be impossible are also the reason it won't qualify as a world record.
Organizers of the 75-mile Südtirol Ultra Skyrace had already stopped the event, but a woman from Norway was between aid stations and unable to be notified.
Dr. Frank Meza came under scrutiny in May after images emerged which appeared to show him leaving the course of the Skechers Performance L.A. Marathon in March. He was found dead Thursday.
The men's and women's wheel and running race results.
The New York City Marathon will kick off on Sunday!
A Venetian won his city's picturesque marathon for the first time in two decades after a pack of elite runners took a wrong turn and veered off course for two crucial minutes on Sunday.
Kathrine Switzer, 70, the first woman to officially compete in the Boston Marathon, will be among an estimated 13,700 racing on Monday.
Marathon Pharmaceuticals' newly approved drug is now on hold after patient advocates and policymakers criticized its expensive price.
Using data-visualization technology, organizers can monitor everything from the density of runners at any given mile to the status of medical tents.
On Sunday, he will take part in the London Marathon on a treadmill.
Seven runners ran 211 laps indoors to complete an indoor marathon in New York City.
Tim Peake ran the London Marathon in 1999. In 2016, he'll do it again, from the ISS.
The field includes running icon Meb Keflezighi and defending champions Mary Keitany and Kurt Fearnley.
Alicia Keys, Ethan Hawke and Katrina Bowden are among the stars scheduled to run the 26.2-mile route Sunday.