At 34 years old, Nell Rojas is faster than ever—and she's only getting started. After top-ten finishes in two consecutive Boston Marathons, Rojas reflects on how she got here and what's next.
Abby Steiner, Tamara Clark, and Jenna Prandini will represent the United States at the World Athletics Championships.
In the steeplechase, these dominant athletes plan to give it their all at the World Champs.
After winning her debut marathon at CIM, the mother of four struggled with stomach issues during her first World Marathon Major.
The World Indoor Championships, New York City Half Marathon, and LA Marathon all went down over the weekend.
Bowerman Track Club’s Elise Cranny ran 30:14.66 to just miss Molly Huddle’s American record on Sunday night at The TEN.
New Balance Boston’s Heather MacLean out-leaned teammate Elle Purrier St. Pierre in the 1500 meters, who in turn won the 3,000 meters at the USATF Indoor Championships.
Alicia Monson became a two-time champion in the Millrose Games 3K with another exciting victory over Weini Kelati.
“Your time is now” is Mu’s oft-repeated mantra, one she credits with changing her mindset and improving her performance.
If you don't know her by name, you might recognize her hair.
The 2020 Olympian ran 34:01 on the 10K course in San Diego.
Elements of sprint training can be beneficial to recreational distance runners, too.
The 400-meter runner made her first Olympic team as a mom and won the Diamond League final in Zurich to clinch her spot at the next summer’s World Championships in Eugene.
She won the Olympic Trials in record time under a heat warning in Oregon. It was a preview of what’s to come in Japan.
Elaine Thompson-Herah Completes Historic Double-Double; Gabby Thomas Wins Bronze in Women’s 200m Final
Elaine Thompson-Herah’s winning time of 21.53 is the second-fastest mark in world history.
Florence Griffith Joyner’s world records in the 100m and 200m have never been matched.
Athing Mu has shattered collegiate records and heading into the Olympics, she's fastest woman for 800 meters in the world this year.
Jenna Prandini and Anavia Battle also qualify for the Games in the women's 200 meters.
At a recent track meet in Portland, Oregon, the former Oregon Project athlete won the open division 5,000 meters while 17 weeks pregnant.
The Bowerman Track Club rookie reveals some of her favorite workouts (and the toughest ones, too).
In a survey of more than 4,000 athletes from six different continents, 78 percent of athletes said the Olympic Games should be postponed. But that doesn't make the uncertain path forward any easier to navigate.
The Bowerman Track Club was on a mission to set a national record for 3,000 meters. They all came in under the mark, but the winner was a surprise.
At several indoor track meets across the country, the U.S. women started turning up the heat on their Olympic goals.
The U.S.A. Track & Field Outdoor Championships were packed with entertaining competition as the top American runners qualified for the world championships.