In her marathon debut at the California International Marathon, Lauren Goss aims to unlock her potential as she races for herself.
She is embracing the fact that she seems to “bring the heat” when it’s time to go the distance.
Hellen Obiri is one of the only women to have won world championships in outdoor track, indoor track and cross country and now she's moving up to the marathon distance in New York City.
Women's Running sat down with Désir to chat about her new book, freedom through movement, and creating space for lightbulb moments.
But piecing together the forgotten moments in running history will take more work than just one role.
Working with Nell Rojas was a game-changer for my confidence and showed me the value of a solid coach-athlete relationship. Here are some takeaways of what working with a coach can do for you.
These tips can help you retain the joy of running.
The brand hopes to hone in on and celebrate the diversity of the sport.
Toeing the line for the first time since the pandemic may take you back to your first race ever.
At the 2021 New York City Marathon, Latinos Run Club Members Will Shine a Light on Diversity Within the Sport
The international club has more than 100 members running this year’s race.
A lack of diversity in outdoor communities is not a surprise for many marginalized people.
Ida Keeling died at age 106.
How one woman is using an epic stage race to make running more inclusive.
Through a new study, researchers are trying to understand bone health in female ultrarunners.
Winner Beth Pascall ran the second-fastest women’s time in the race’s history.
The Olympic marathoner turned ultra-champion shares how she navigates the training.
As evolving attitudes and education continue to influence, community members and leaders collectively agree that true progress on the topic of run safety will come from reframing the conversation.