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For Two Pregnant Runners, the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials Were All About Showing Up

The 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials women’s race started with a palpable rush of excitement and adrenaline. It was the largest field in history, with 511 qualifiers and 444 women starting the race–double the number who competed in the 2016 Trials and shattering the 1984 record of 238 starters.  But it was the final two […]

Molly Seidel’s Improbable Marathon Debut

Seidel, the former NCAA champion from Notre Dame, became the first American woman to earn an Olympic berth in her debut marathon, running the sixth-fastest time in Olympic Trials history.

7 Tips for a Truly Perfect Sports Bra Fit

All of the latest sports bra tech advancements mean nothing for you if you aren’t buying a bra that fits right. It’s suggested that as many as 70 to 100 percent of women are wearing the wrong bra size, according to research by Jenny Burbage, PhD, a sports biomechanist at the University of Portsmouth. Don’t […]

Why It Is Finally Time to Upgrade Your Sports Bra

Running shoes aside, it’s the most important piece of gear a female runner puts on her body. But for all the time (and money) you spend debating the level of cushioning you need and tracking the miles you logged on a pair of sneakers, how often do you think about how you’re protecting your boobs on the run?

Laura Thweatt on the Power of the Olympic Marathon Trials Pack

There were more than a dozen women in the lead pack for a majority of the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials on Saturday. A sense of camaraderie strengthened and propelled them through their collective 26.2-mile quest to make the Tokyo Summer Games. One of the front runners was Laura Thweatt, who ebbed in and out of […]

Social Media Reacts to the Olympic Marathon Trial Winners

After an exhilarating and, at times brutal (with several top contenders who did not finish), 26.2 miles at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials on Saturday in Atlanta, we now know the three women who will represent the United States in the Tokyo Olympic Games. NAZ Elite runner, Aliphine Tuliamuk, who was coming off of […]

Running Fans Are Out Strong in Support of Today’s Olympic Trials

One of the great things about sports is the camaraderie that comes from supporting a person or a team. Watching a sporting event is a time where we take pause to revel in the amazing feats that our fellow human beings are accomplishing after a lot of hard work. It’s fun to be twelfth man—so […]