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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.
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Abby Steiner, Tamara Clark, and Jenna Prandini will represent the United States at the World Athletics Championships.
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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.
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The marathoner from Ireland has been out for most of her career.
The 1500-meter specialist will wear Lululemon gear at the USATF Outdoor Championships in their new role as brand ambassador.
Though she never stops thinking about the ongoing war, she shares her victories on the roads with the people fighting for Ukraine.
Maine runner Kirsten Beverley-Waters is running for a bigger cause: "I would do all of these runs for one child."
The Olympian talks about her new coach, training program, and why she’s feeling better than ever.
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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 pro runner shares her wisdom about how running has changed for her through motherhood.
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Running also empowers her to see who she could become.
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.
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A week after breaking her sponsorship contract, Nell Rojas finished as the top American in the 2022 Boston Marathon with a new PR.
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The idea came to her and was developed within a day, but the message is timeless.
Ultrarunner and author Mirna Valerio recalls patterns of overstriving in her young self that she still carries today.
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The 1500 meter Olympian has been singularly focused on recovery since her meniscus tear in July 2021.
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Nikki Hiltz is moving to Flagstaff, Arizona, to train under Mike Smith alongside Rachel Schneider and Elly Henes and plans to continue racing in their custom “Protect Trans Kids” singlet.
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Hellen Obiri is transitioning to the marathon—and making other major changes, too.
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Meet Tina King Clay, an insurance agent who started a running group to help improve Black women’s health.
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We checked in on the ultrarunner midway through her attempt at a women's world record.
Having a purpose—a personal mission—helps make the hard miles worth it.
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Two of the Fastest High School Girls Ever—Roisin Willis and Sophia Gorriaran—Earned 4th and 5th Place in Pro 800 meters at Millrose
They ran season bests, but the high school American record still stands. Both girls are driven by competition and camaraderie to break that record before track season is over.
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She has helped push the running industry toward the recognition that the sport isn't always accessible or welcoming.
In a landscape dominated by hyper-filtered images and rail-thin fitness influencers, 38-year-old social media sensation Erin Azar stands out.