At the Penn Relays, Sophia Gorriaran lined up against an all-star field to set a new 600-meter high school record.
Depression is a complex, common illness that stems from social, psychological, and biological factors. New research aims to unlock the interplay between physical activity and depression.
Our Q2 mentor, TrackClubBabe recounts her journey of navigating running through her pregnancy, with all its ups and downs.
Salad need not be relegated to a dull side dish. This recipe hits all the flavor and texture sweet spots and proves that green is indeed the color of health.
Still looking for the perfect something? We've got plenty of options.
Neely Spence Gracey and Cindy Kuzma knew they needed to write a book about periods, pregnancy, and other female-specific training issues no one else was talking about.
Cross-training doesn’t have to be a chore. Remove your running blinders to put a new spin on your training.
It costs nothing but your time, but it is so worth it.
GPS smartwatches and fitness trackers work so seamlessly that it’s easy to take for granted the intricate cosmic efforts required to make it happen.
Our top picks for the most comfortable and flattering running shorts, no matter what length or fit you prefer.
After winning her debut marathon at CIM, the mother of four struggled with stomach issues during her first World Marathon Major.
When it's time for new gear, consider some of these more-sustainable options.
Every time we wash our clothes we’re unleashing microplastics into the environment. But re-wearing dirty athleticwear just stinks. A look into another layer of our plastic problem.
No one would ever guess this chicken dinner takes just 30 minutes (and very little prep) to perfect.
Through storytelling, she hopes to share the experience of runners of color and move the running industry toward more authentic inclusivity
A deeper look at the stories of Indigenous women who ran the 2022 Boston Marathon.
We had one last check-in with our "regular runner," after following along in her training for the Boston Marathon.
The 2022 Boston Marathon looked like an Adidas vs. Nike showdown, with a few other shoe brands sprinkled in.
A week after breaking her sponsorship contract, Nell Rojas finished as the top American in the 2022 Boston Marathon with a new PR.
Samuelson narrates a podcast that shares her own journey as well as some lesser-known stories of how women’s running became what it is today.
Rojas was the only American woman to crack the top 10 at the 126th edition of the race.
The fastest field in the history of the race also marked the 50th anniversary of women’s first official entry into Boston.
A new study shows most sport supplement research is done on men, not women—and blanket recommendations for both groups may be holding women back.
For the 2022 race she was invited to fire the gun to start the elite women's race.
Elle Purrier St. Pierre, Heather MacLean, Kendall Ellis, and Roisin Willis beat the previous record by over 6 seconds.
Airtime for women’s pro competition still doesn’t cut it. Let’s not miss the big moves on Monday.
You don’t have to radically revamp your eating habits or say goodbye to your favorite foods to make your diet more sustainable.
“I’m Already Getting Emotional About This Race”: A Final Check-In With Jess Gillman Before She Runs Boston
Gillman is getting the final details put together before she and her family head out for Monday's Boston Marathon.
Pregnancy might not be the most comfortable part of your journey, but the right gear can help make your running just a little smoother.
To get faster, you have to run faster. Here is how to do it.
On the 50th anniversary of the first official women’s field at the iconic event, this year’s pro lineup doesn’t disappoint.
"Figure out what is smart and sustainable for you and for your life—and that will keep you LOVING running."
Today, the 11-time Olympic medalist announced that this would be her final season racing track.
Freeing herself from comparison has allowed Dom Scott to run some seriously impressive races.
On her way to run 100 marathons in 100 days, the Boston Marathon will mark number 92 in a row.
Recovering from hip pain set the 2018 champion back initially, but she’s looking forward to lining up on Marathon Monday.
We're following 'regular runner' Jess Gillman as she trains for the Boston Marathon, which is stop number four in her pursuit of running all the World Marathon Majors.
Our 360 YOU spring 2022 mentor Kimberly Clark dives into how changing her relationship to running helped unlock her larger purpose.
Everything you need to know to make the most of the newest addition to the Disney calendar of races.
We all wish running shoes would last longer. Here are a few ways to make that happen.
Mentor Kimberly Clark shares actionable steps to take in order to get to the next level—in life and training.
For the second quarter of 2022, Kimberly Clark (aka TrackClubBabe), with support from other elite athletes, will guide us through unlocking our potential as runners and women.
Community is everything. Here’s how these Indigenous runners are building theirs.
The short answer is: Kind of.
Instead of lying awake for hours, this TikTok trend allowed me to drift off within minutes (really).
Transgender and nonbinary youth are under attack. Why aren’t we standing up for them?
The struggle of figuring out what to eat on race day just got a little easier.
Whether you live where it rains year-round or are preparing for one rainy season, we all know the difference good rain gear can make in wet weather.
On Running assembled a relay team of six women from six different countries for the Speed Project, a race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The team set out to be the fastest all-women team to ever complete the trek, but a set of unexpected challenges derailed their aspirations.