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Wonder Woman Races Through Southern California

Wonder Woman Races Through Southern California

Team WR

The final Wonder Woman Run Series event of 2018 took place on November 18 in San Diego, Calif.

  • Run With The Minions (And Other Universal Studios Favorites)

    Run With The Minions (And Other Universal Studios Favorites)

    Universal Studios Hollywood has announced a new “Running Universal” race series that starts with the Minion Run 5K on May 11, 2019.

  • Jess Cerra: Exercise Physiologist Turned Professional Athlete

    Sponsored Content by Potatoes USA

    Jess Cerra says “After graduating from the University of Montana with a bachelor’s in Exercise Science, I moved to San Diego to pursue a master’s in Exercise Physiology at San Diego State University. Endurance sport had always attracted me from both a scientific and personal perspective. When I moved to San Diego, I saw gangs […]

  • Gwen Jorgensen’s Marathon Story is the Inspiration We Need Right Now

    Gwen Jorgensen’s Marathon Story is the Inspiration We Need Right Now

    Bethany Mavis

    The Olympic triathlete's choice to switch sports reminds us that it's never too late to chase a dream.

  • 5 Running Charities To Support This Holiday Season

    5 Running Charities To Support This Holiday Season

    Runners can give back this holiday season by supporting charitable organizations that make it possible for others to embrace the sport.

  • The Hottest Running Technology Of 2018

    The Hottest Running Technology Of 2018

    Women’s Running presents the winners of its annual Tech Awards for 2018.

  • Satisfy Pizza Cravings With This Chicken Hummus Spin

    Satisfy Pizza Cravings With This Chicken Hummus Spin

    Who says pizza can’t be healthy?

  • Deena Kastor’s Secret to Staying Motivated to Run

    Deena Kastor’s Secret to Staying Motivated to Run

    Team WR

    Women’s Running visited Deena Kastor, Alexi Pappas and Sarah Attar at their training center in Mammoth, Calif., to discuss how training impacts every aspect of their lives.

  • 10 Workout Songs For November 2018

    10 Workout Songs For November 2018

    Your playlist will be seriously lacking if you don’t update it with our best-of list for November 2018.

  • A Coach’s Guide To Trail Running

    A Coach’s Guide To Trail Running

    Director of Cross Country and Track and Field at Northern Arizona University Mike Smith provides his tips to help beginners tackle the trails.

  • The History Of The Turkey Trot

    The History Of The Turkey Trot

    Thanksgiving is the most popular day of the year to run—thanks in large part to the turkey trot.

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    • The One Half Marathon to Run

      The One Half Marathon to Run

      Sponsored Content by New York Road Runners

    • The Team Behind Gwen Jorgensen

      The Team Behind Gwen Jorgensen

      Sponsored Content by Erin Hays for Polar

      Gwen Jorgensen is one truly talented athlete – two ITU Triathlete World Championship titles, an Olympic gold medal in triathlon – and now she has her eyes set on an Olympic gold in the marathon in 2020. Yes, Jorgensen is aiming to be the first female to win gold in two separate spring sports. It […]

    • Patrick Harten: An Air Traffic Controller Takes to the Streets

      Patrick Harten: An Air Traffic Controller Takes to the Streets

      Sponsored Content by New York Road Runners

      On January 15th, 2009, Patrick Harten guided US Airways Flight 1549 to its emergency landing in the Hudson River. Listen to his inspiring story as the air traffic controller to the “Miracle on the Hudson,” and his mental approach to endurance sports.  You can watch him, along with 50,000 other runners, race the TCS New […]

    • Want to Avoid Runner’s Gut?

      Want to Avoid Runner’s Gut?

      Sponsored Content by Tailwind Nutrition

      It goes by many names. Runner’s Gut, Gut Bombs, Gut Rot, Runner’s Diarrhea, among other lovely monikers. No matter what name you give it, though, the struggle is real. According to a 2009 study, up to 50 percent of runners have experienced the dreaded kicked-in-the-stomach feeling that accompanies a long or high-intensity run. Not only […]