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.
Lucas says she was a student of the sport when she was training professionally, and now she’s ready to pass that knowledge on to a new generation of elite runners.
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.
Lack of coverage of women's sports means that runners like Gotytom Gebreslase often don't get the attention they deserve.
Jenny Simpson’s historic Marshall, Colorado, schoolhouse home still stands, but escaping the fire was harrowing.
360 YOU mentor Mary Cain is stepping out of her comfort zone by racing a triathlon. Here’s how she’s embracing starting something brand new.
Hellen Obiri is transitioning to the marathon—and making other major changes, too.
Women like Sara Vaughn, Sara Hall, and Keira D'Amato are proving that longevity in elite running is possible.
Meet Tina King Clay, an insurance agent who started a running group to help improve Black women’s health.
The advice of a record-setting 73-year-old holds true for all ages and abilities, but especially for those of us who think we have a running expiration date.
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.
We spoke with the Dirtbag Runners founder about how she hopes taking a sabbatical will bring her back to running and how other people can make a break work for them.
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.
The 35-year-old made the switch after giving birth to her fourth child. Here’s what we can learn from her experience.