More than 2,000 people will gather at the Tel Aviv port this Friday night with the hope of setting a new world title.
Aliyana Traison is the deputy editor of Haaretz.com.
Australian ultramarathoner and former parliamentarian Pat Farmer is crossing 1,400 kilometers in the hopes of inspiring citizens across the region and bringing a message to their leaders.
The season kicks off on January 10 with the Tiberias race, the oldest annual sporting event in Israel.
Group calling itself the Islamic Cyber Resistance says it stole the personal details of more than 2,000 top Israeli officers and Defense Ministry personnel; details of 1,000 Saudi officers also said to be taken.
If you’re the kind of runner who prefers a low-key, low-cost, corporate-free kind of race, there is an alternative. In fact, there’s one tomorrow, October 17.
If you have a car with a bike rack, or take the train, there are satisfying routes from the Galilee to the Negev.
The weather is wonderful and there are many alluring bike paths. Just make sure to bring your own helmet and watch out for pedestrians.
They work hard; they play hard. A new generation of Diaspora Jews have set up home in the White City. These are their stories.
Responding to a Google challenge to grab HD footage from the moon's surface, a team of Israeli volunteers aims for a 2015 launch.
Deb Houben was taken aside by police after concluding a prayer service celebrating the beginning of the Hebrew month.