Liz DeLuca raised $12,000 for multiple sclerosis research.
These masters women are showing their strength in track and field.
Lucy Del Gaudio wasn't finding success with traditional meds. Early morning runs have made all the difference.
Two Connecticut women were runners who used to be strangers. Now, they're forever bonded after a liver donation.
She’s Been a Staple at NYC Marathon for 30 Years. At 90 Years Old, Volunteer Barbara Rubenstein Plans to be at the Finish Line Again This Fall.
“You have no idea how I miss the races. I don’t think there is anyone who misses them more than me, even though I’m not a runner,” says Rubenstein.
The 30-year-old Army Captain broke the women's record previously set by her friend.
The most important takeaways from three decades of running.
The 36-year-old nutrition scientist isn't letting anything (even a misdirected marathon course) slow her down.
Munroe teaches her young running buddies to get out for fun and not medals.
Molly Offstein was struck by a car while running in 2017. Her bond with her sister has been important in her recovery and the family's, too.
In her first attempt at racing the 10,000 meters, Schneider revealed her strength while unleashing her kick.
Running unopposed in November, Christina Haswood will become the third Native American to serve in the Kansas state House of Representatives.
Disabled runners find ways to navigate social distancing and heightened health concerns during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Runners on the Frontlines: “This Situation is Like a Marathon I Have Been Training For My Entire Life”
Even with these new, scary challenges in their jobs, running still plays a role in the lives of these female physicians as they fight on the frontlines of the pandemic.
Kikkan Randall, who was diagnosed with breast cancer soon after winning cross-country skiing gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics, is set to run the New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.
Ginette Bedard is a local New York running celeb. She’ll be among the oldest runners on Sunday at the Fifth Avenue Mile.
She shot herself at age 16. As an adult, she’s found ultrarunning as a means to cope with depression and build a supportive community.
The women who juggle high-pressure jobs as physicians with family find strength in their Mama Docs running community.
Karen Bdera first ran the New York Mini 10K in 1984. It was life-changing.