In his new book, Chatter, Dr. Ethan Kross highlights new takes on psychological techniques for boosting mental toughness and positivity.
Mood swings? Fatigue? Hungry all the time? Here’s how to know if you need to switch things up with your food decisions.
Should you take TP on the run? Is it okay to walk? What is a "normal" distance to run? Your trail running questions, answered.
After breaking the master’s course record at the legendary desert race, Yanko won a Golden Ticket that will send her to the Western States Endurance Run.
Six of the top ten women elite finishers at the New York Marathon are mothers, a statistic that did not go unnoticed at Women's Running.
A world champion, a promising debutante, and last year’s runner-up face off against several World Marathon Major champions and a strong American contingent.
Joe Gray finishes 6th as U.S. men place fourth
Stuck in a training rut? We asked elite athletes and professional coaches what changes they’ve made to level up.
Our expert nutritionists answer your most-searched nutrition questions.
One marathoner uses running as a way to thrive with Parkinson’s disease. New research delves into the benefits of endurance training on the neurodegenerative disorder.
Hellen Obiri is one of the only women to have won world championships in outdoor track, indoor track and cross country and now she's moving up to the marathon distance in New York City.
The founder of Native Women Running is running the Javelina Jundred this weekend to celebrate her heritage and encourage Native women to find their own trails toward healing.
The Mi’kmaq runner and former world record holder will direct this program for elite Indigenous athletes, honoring both athletic talent and cultural heritage.
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Women's Running sat down with Désir to chat about her new book, freedom through movement, and creating space for lightbulb moments.
Enter for your chance to win a copy of 'Running While Black: Finding Freedom In A Sport That Was Not Built For Us' by Alison Désir
Thirteen countries battled in Belgium for this year’s Beer Mile World Championship. The most important rule? Don’t throw up.
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The marathon elites at Paris 2024 will be treated to a slice of history along this iconic course. And 20,024 other lucky athletes will get to experience it too.
It was great day out in Chicago for Emily Sisson, breaking the American record, with winner Kenya’s Chepngetich narrowly missing the women’s world record.
If yesterday’s race at the Ironman World Championship proved anything, it’s that the women’s pro race is not a sideshow - it’s the main event.
Six Black women came together to build a running community, but what they created was a foundation for so much more
Yalemzerf Yehualaw becomes the youngest female winner of the London Marathon, O'Keeffe Wins U.S. 10-mile Champs, a British record is taken down by Eilish McColgan, and more.
Our weekly round-up of amazing women running: Berlin Marathon, Mammoth Trail Festival, Emma Coburn's Elk Run, USATF Trail Half Marathon and more!
Assefa, shocked the running world by running a 19-minute personal best and finishing with the third-fastest women’s marathon time in history.
Plus, Annie Hughes wins Run Rabbit Run 100 and N.C. State wins the Adidas XC Challenge
Plus, Janelle Lincks wins Cirque Series and Hellen Obiri wins Great North Run Half Marathon.
Laura Green's IG reels poke fun at herself, other runners, and yes, many of the biggest brands in the running industry. We love them all!
In a week marked by European track highlights and the start of the college cross country, D’Amato tuned up for the Berlin Marathon with a record-setting win in New Haven.
Women tend to play down their accomplishments. Here’s why ultrarunner Sally McRae wants that to change.
One woman marks seven years of sobriety by attempting to run the Grand Canyon’s 47-mile Rim-to-Rim-to-Rim trail run in one push. It all sounded great and symbolic. In theory.
Pam Payne from Durban, South Africa ran her last Comrades Marathon with a broken pelvis. This year, her goals is finishing intact.
360 YOU ultra athlete Sally McRae shares how she has approached the first three races (335 miles over 6 weeks) in her #ChooseStrong project.
Liz and Eilish McColgan, both winners of 10,000m Commonwealth golds, share what's changed, and what hasn't, in the 30 years between their wins.
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Start The Week: Racing season is full flow and we have the round up of news plus previews of the fall marathon season ahead
Once the medals lose their sheen, what will this international track star ultimately be remembered for?
Female athletes will be forced to carry unwanted pregnancies. So far, few in the NCAA seem to be talking about that.
For queer Canadian runner Gabriela DeBues-Stafford, success is about leaving it all on the track
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.
With the UA Flow Synchronicity, Under Armour delivers a running shoe designed to fit and support the natural shape of a woman’s foot so women can run even faster
Talitha Diggs, Abby Steiner, Britton Wilson, and Sydney McLaughlin made up the champions relay team.
The 20-year-old followed up her gold medal from Tokyo last summer with a performance she didn't know she had in her.
A mixture of speed and chemistry brought Melissa Jefferson, Abby Steiner, Jenna Prandini, and Twanisha Terry to victory.
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Check out Matt Wisner's author page.
The American phenom came in fifth in a deep and superspeedy field.
A single photo illustrates all those finish line feels.
Coburn finishes eighth in the World Championships steeplechase. Norah Jeruto of Kazakhstan pulled out a record-breaking win.
After becoming the youngest adult to run 100 marathons, she’s chasing even bigger running goals and helping fellow Dreamers and young women realize their own potential
Union Athletic Club teammates Sinclaire Johnson and Jessica Hull finished sixth and seventh respectively.
A team effort pushed the Americans to three top-eight finishes.
Other race standouts, Sifan Hassan and Karissa Schweizer both credit their success today to taking a long break from running after last summer's Olympic Games.
Felix and the rest of Team USA’s mixed-gender 4x400-meter relay team placed third today at Hayward Field.
World Athletics Championships Live Updates: Tobi Amusan Sets the 100m Hurdle World Record and Later Wins Gold
Plus more of the latest results, memorable moments, news, and notes from the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
Abby Steiner, Tamara Clark, and Jenna Prandini will represent the United States at the World Athletics Championships.
All you need to know to watch the World Athletics Championships 2022 from Eugene, Oregon on the NBC networks and NBC Sports App.
The three women are some of the best—potentially of all-time.
Talitha Diggs, Kendall Ellis, and Lynna Irby give rise to a new generation of 400-meter speed.
Aleia Hobbs, Melissa Jefferson, and Twanisha Terry race in less than 11 seconds.
A double-up, a worlds debut, and a fan favorite are headed to Eugene.
Karissa Schweizer, Alicia Monson, and Natosha Rogers are representing Team USA in a stacked 10K field.
Sinclaire Johnson and two 2020 Olympians--Elle Purrier and Cory McGee--will compete in the 1500m on behalf of Team USA.
In the steeplechase, these dominant athletes plan to give it their all at the World Champs.
Find out how the Badwater 135 champ finds ways to keep leveling up.