These splurge-worthy experiences promise more than a great run.
It's a tough, but important conversation for runners to have.
Eighteen years ago, I was one of the best runners in the country, then a mysterious fatigue took that away. Now I’m learning to appreciate the running I still can do.
The steeple queen's secret? "A lot of boring training."
The marathoner from Ireland has been out for most of her career.
It was down to the last 50 meters today at the U.S. championships.
The 2017 World Champion wants to be back on top on the global stage.
Elise Cranny won the race and Karissa Schweizer came in second, qualifying for her second event for the world champs.
Cory McGee and Elle Purrier St. Pierre finished in second and third and have also earned bids to the world championships in Eugene at the end of July.
The top three finishers in each event will qualify for the World Championships, which will be held on U.S. soil for the first time at the end of July.
And you can race against them.
Didn't watch Thursday's prelims? Here's what you missed.
The 1500-meter specialist will wear Lululemon gear at the USATF Outdoor Championships in their new role as brand ambassador.
Sexual orientation and gender identity haven't always been protected under Title IX and even now LGBTQ+ athletes still face discrimination in sport.
The initiative is backed by Allyson Felix, Alysia Montaño, &Mother, and Athleta.
Marley took life at a slower pace, but his exuberance and encouragement were never-ending.
An impressive pro field delivered some fast times in the historic women's-only race.
Though she never stops thinking about the ongoing war, she shares her victories on the roads with the people fighting for Ukraine.
What started as a popular pandemic-era virtual race will draw a crowd of runners to Flagstaff in October.
Maine runner Kirsten Beverley-Waters is running for a bigger cause: "I would do all of these runs for one child."
Nearly all of the American pro training groups are led by white men.
A look at the track and field races from this weekend.
Alicia Monson and Natosha Rogers also qualified for the World Championships in July.
The Olympian talks about her new coach, training program, and why she’s feeling better than ever.
The iconic road race brings with it a sense of hope.
After Kenyan runner Agnes Tirop was murdered, her father and a group of her fellow athletes formed an organization to honor her, stop gender-based violence, and change societal norms.
Ben Rosario, founder of the nonprofit elite training group, will become full-time executive director of the organization.
Since becoming a mom in September 2021, De La Cruz has formed a new bond with running, one that’s more joyful and less rigid.
World championships silver medalist Kara Goucher recounts how silencing her intuition didn't serve her well. Now she gives the advice she wishes she received as a young runner.
The Arizona-based pro recaps her injury recovery and what she’s learned about running postpartum.
These four mental lessons helped Jacky Hunt-Broersma run 104 marathons in 104 days.
The 30-year-old overtook the American half marathon record set by Sara Hall in January.
The pro runner shares her wisdom about how running has changed for her through motherhood.
The controversy has opened up a heated discussion about children and running.
Wanda Kriebel’s racing was interrupted by a serious injury, but now the 62 year old has completed her comeback race.
Running also empowers her to see who she could become.
At the Penn Relays, Sophia Gorriaran lined up against an all-star field to set a new 600-meter high school record.
Neely Spence Gracey and Cindy Kuzma knew they needed to write a book about periods, pregnancy, and other female-specific training issues no one else was talking about.
After winning her debut marathon at CIM, the mother of four struggled with stomach issues during her first World Marathon Major.
A deeper look at the stories of Indigenous women who ran the 2022 Boston Marathon.
We had one last check-in with our "regular runner," after following along in her training for the Boston Marathon.
A week after breaking her sponsorship contract, Nell Rojas finished as the top American in the 2022 Boston Marathon with a new PR.
Samuelson narrates a podcast that shares her own journey as well as some lesser-known stories of how women’s running became what it is today.
Rojas was the only American woman to crack the top 10 at the 126th edition of the race.
The fastest field in the history of the race also marked the 50th anniversary of women’s first official entry into Boston.
For the 2022 race she was invited to fire the gun to start the elite women's race.
Elle Purrier St. Pierre, Heather MacLean, Kendall Ellis, and Roisin Willis beat the previous record by over 6 seconds.
Airtime for women’s pro competition still doesn’t cut it. Let’s not miss the big moves on Monday.
Today, the 11-time Olympic medalist announced that this would be her final season racing track.
Freeing herself from comparison has allowed Dom Scott to run some seriously impressive races.
On her way to run 100 marathons in 100 days, the Boston Marathon will mark number 92 in a row.
Recovering from hip pain set the 2018 champion back initially, but she’s looking forward to lining up on Marathon Monday.
Our 360 YOU spring 2022 mentor Kimberly Clark dives into how changing her relationship to running helped unlock her larger purpose.
For the second quarter of 2022, Kimberly Clark (aka TrackClubBabe), with support from other elite athletes, will guide us through unlocking our potential as runners and women.
Community is everything. Here’s how these Indigenous runners are building theirs.
Transgender and nonbinary youth are under attack. Why aren’t we standing up for them?
On Running assembled a relay team of six women from six different countries for the Speed Project, a race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The team set out to be the fastest all-women team to ever complete the trek, but a set of unexpected challenges derailed their aspirations.
You don't want to be ill-prepared when the rain starts to fall. Here are the rain safety tips you should know.
The idea came to her and was developed within a day, but the message is timeless.
In an effort to end violence against female runners, Adidas and its new partners are launching an education program for men.
The World Indoor Championships, New York City Half Marathon, and LA Marathon all went down over the weekend.
Ultrarunner and author Mirna Valerio recalls patterns of overstriving in her young self that she still carries today.
Thanks to a new largely virtual training group, Amanda Phillips is focused on reaching her full running potential.
In Her “Couch to World Championships 5K” Training, Aisha Praught Leer Is Working Her Way Back From Injury
The 1500 meter Olympian has been singularly focused on recovery since her meniscus tear in July 2021.