Meghan Roos

Grief Inspired Her To Run. Now She’s Leadville’s Reigning Champ.

When Katie Arnold runs at elevations exceeding 10,000 feet near her home in Santa Fe, N.M., the scenery reminds her to “make the most of the time we have here.” After her father’s death in 2010, Arnold turned to running to process her grief. Years later, what began as a passion for nature and fitness […]

Meet The Elite: Our Interview With Sara Hall

Sara Hall has been a runner to know since her first big win at the Foot Locker National High School Cross Country Championships in 2000. Nearly two decades later, she’s sampled distances ranging from the mile to the marathon, earning national titles in many and setting her sights on a powerful performance in Boston this […]

Our Top Running Shoe Picks For Spring

Real women—including moms, teachers, firefighters and our own editors—tested dozens of shoes to bring you our best-of list for spring 2019. Numbers To Know Weight: All shoe weights listed (except when noted) are for a size 7. Heel-toe Drop: The drop of a shoe, measured in millimeters, refers to the change in slope from the […]

Photos: Women Who Dominated At The 2019 Millrose Games

The 112th annual New York Road Runners Millrose Games, one of the biggest events of the indoor track season in the United States, concluded on Saturday, February 9 after two days of competitions at The Armory in New York City. This year’s NYRR Women’s Wanamaker Mile, a stand-out event at Millrose each year, saw American […]

Katelyn Tuohy Is The National Girls Cross Country Runner Of The Year

Runner Of The Year Earlier today, high school junior Katelyn Tuohy was named the National Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year, an annual award presented by Gatorade. Tuohy, who was the recipient of this same award last year, has also won the Gatorade Female High School Athlete of the Year award for 2017-18 and […]

Tina Muir Will Race Boston—But Not Alongside Her Fellow Elites

From The Happiest Place On Earth To Boston’s World Stage It’s been nearly two years since Tina Muir announced that she was leaving professional running to pursue another dream of hers: starting a family. Shortly after her daughter, Bailey, was born last January, we spoke with Muir for Women’s Running’s Meet the Elite column and learned […]