A sports scientist explains why our bodies seem to be working against us at times.
When you're still training hard, but not improving, it can be frustrating. It also can be a signal that you shouldn't ignore.
How a headstrong teenager took the Minnesota State High School League to court in the 1970s, setting a precedent for high school girls to compete in sports.
Child phenom Bria Wetch was expected to burn out. She tells how, after some road bumps, she's still getting better 20 years later.
"My gut reaction was that it felt right."
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The first African-born Arab Muslim woman to ever win Olympic gold reflects on the evolution of women's rights in Arab countries.
Wherever the Olympian goes, her parents, six siblings, cousins, uncles, and aunts are there to support her. It's a fan club like no other.
Adva Cohen came to the U.S. to go to college and run fast. Now she's setting national records and chasing Olympic goals.
With a career that’s spanned more than two decades, she’s one of the most decorated marathoners in the world. And the mother of five—who’s turning 40 this year—has no plans to step aside.
Sarah Barker with the DL—and sharp commentary—on new lady group with steeplechaser Emma Coburn at its nucleus and her husband, Joe Bosshard, as the coach.