The ultrarunner turned to running in 2010 as a way to manage grief. Now, she’s Leadville 100’s defending women’s champion.
The 112th Millrose Games saw several powerful performances by American women—including Ajee Wilson, who set a new American indoor record in the 800m.
For the second year in a row, high school junior Katelyn Tuohy was named Gatorade's National Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year.
From the happiest place on Earth to Boston's world stage, Tina Muir is returning to racing.
Jasmin Paris became the first woman to win the 268-mile Montane Spine Race—and she set a new course record by more than 12 hours in the process.
Six of the women featured in Sports Illustrated’s annual “Fittest 50” list are among the running world’s brightest stars.
The Boston Athletic Association announced the athlete roster for its 2019 Boston Marathon international fields on January 10, 2019.
The gold medalist opened up about her daughter’s recent birth, the pressures she faced as an athlete starting a family and the trouble with living up to her own self-image.
The ultrarunner who's determined to set as many world records as possible just earned a new one: most miles run in 24 hours.
The professional American women’s field is at its strongest in recent memory. So why does it still feel like the sport of running goes largely unnoticed?