After Kenyan runner Agnes Tirop was murdered, her father and a group of her fellow athletes formed an organization to honor her, stop gender-based violence, and change societal norms.
Formerly a Oiselle donation program, Bras for Girls is now its own 501(c)(3) and is expanding to get thousands more bras into the hands of girls who need them.
Wanda Kriebel’s racing was interrupted by a serious injury, but now the 62 year old has completed her comeback race.
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.
On her way to run 100 marathons in 100 days, the Boston Marathon will mark number 92 in a row.
Motherhood and the Marathon: Alysia Montaño and Christy Turlington Burns Fundraise for Maternal Care Access
The 800 meter Olympian ran her first marathon last weekend in Tanzania, alongside Christy Turlington Burns, founder of Every Mother Counts.
Meet Tina King Clay, an insurance agent who started a running group to help improve Black women’s health.
She has helped push the running industry toward the recognition that the sport isn't always accessible or welcoming.
In a brief submitted to the U.S. Supreme Court, a collective of athletes describe how abortion rights affect women's sports.
50 Years Later: Cheryl Treworgy—Shalane Flanagan’s Mom—Reflects on Being the First Woman to Break 2:50 in the Marathon
Treworgy reflects on how running has changed and created opportunities for women since she started running in the 1960s.
Now the youngest person to run 100 marathons, Dreamer Jocelyn Rivas recently finished her hundredth at the Los Angeles Marathon.
The Boston Marathon’s atypical autumn date this year falls on Indigenous Peoples Day and offers an opportunity to honor and uplift native runners and communities.
In her journey to the Olympics, Cockrell learned the importance of perspective and managing expectations.
People who don’t feel the effects of racial injustice or discrimination in their daily lives sometimes struggle to understand the impact. But the harm can be severe.
With an estimated 82.4 million refugees worldwide, these two women heading to the Olympics want to inspire hope for all of them.
Meet the runners hoping to make this year's burgeoning Refugee Olympic Team under the careful coaching of Tegla Loroupe.
Gwen Berry and Tianna Bartoletta are among the Olympians who disagree with the decision to sanction peaceful demonstrations.
The Running Industry Diversity Coalition is a partner in Finish the Run, as part of its work to fight systemic racism.