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It's hard to believe it's only June. That said, we are well into the year's best training shoes with many more still to come. Click through the gallery to see which running shoes are our favorites of the year so far and keep coming back to Sneaker Report to see what else is in store for 2014.

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Asics Gel Lyte 33 v3

Best for: Mid distance

The Asics Gel Lyte 33 v3 experienced a significant weight reduction (from 8.7 ounces to 6.8) from its first two versions thanks to a complete redesign from heel-to-toe.

$90

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Nike Zoom Terra Kiger Trail Shoe

Best for: Trail running

The Nike Zoom Terra Kiger Trail Shoe features super responsive Nike Zoom cushioning so that you can run easily over the most unforgiving surfaces.

$125

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Asics Gel Hyper Speed 6

Best for: Long distance running

The Gel Hyper Speed becomes modernized thanks to a seamless upper that reduces the weight of the shoe by an ounce.

$85

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Saucony Kinvara 5 

Best for: Mid distance

The Kinvara 5 features an all-new mesh from its predecessors which is more flexible and durable than ever before.

$100

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Nike LunarGlide 5

Best for: Long distance

Updated Flywire technology and springy cushioning make the Nike LunarGlide 5 perfect for any distance, long or short.

$110

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New Balance 1400v2

Best for: Mid Distance

REVlite midsole foam gives you comfort while a blown rubber outsole provides durability for speedy tempo runs and casual training runs, alike.

$100

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Newton Distance III

Best for: Short to mid distance

Runners who have evolved their gait to a more midfoot and forefoot focus will feel like they have hit the sweet spot, according to Newton.

$155

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Nike Free 4.0

Best for: Mid distance

The Nike Free 4.0 gets your foot closer to the ground for a more natural feel while still offering a great mix of comfort and support.

$120

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adidas Adios Boost

Best for: Long distance

The Adios Boost from adidas contains energy returning properties to keep every step charged with a boost of light, fast energy.

$140

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Pearl Izumi Road N0

Best for: Short distance

The Road N0 from Pearl Izumi takes on a barely there, slipper-like fit for the efficient runner seeking the combination of cushioning plies connection to the ground.

$100

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Mizumo Hitogami

Best for: Training

A Kabuki-inspired midfoot wrap supplies lockdown support while a traditional Japanese racing flat construction drivers a fast, low-slung ride.

$100

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Brooks Running PureGrit 3

Best for: Trail running

Inspired by rock climbing, the Brooks Running Pure Grit 3 connects your foot to the ground as it responds to protect you from its tricky elements.

$120

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