For Carolyn Su, TransRockies Run is About Building Representation
How one woman is using an epic stage race to make running more inclusive.
How one woman is using an epic stage race to make running more inclusive.
Elle Purrier St. Pierre prefers to be home in Vermont, but the mountains have become a proven training ground on the way to the Olympics.
Florence Griffith Joyner’s world records in the 100m and 200m have never been matched.
She’s a world championships silver medalist, but that doesn’t mean she doesn’t get nervous.
Elise Cranny won the 5,000 meters at the Olympic Trials to make the Tokyo Games. She got there by celebrating every step forward.
Moving up from her first love, the 1500 meters, Rachel Schneider will compete in the 5,000 meters at the 2021 Olympics.
The world championships 800-meter silver medalist has changed coaches and coasts—and now she's competing at her first Olympics.
Athing Mu has shattered collegiate records and heading into the Olympics, she's fastest woman for 800 meters in the world this year.
The 2016 Olympian is proving there’s a whole lot to be excited about when it comes to track and field.
She was one of the most successful American marathon runners ever. Now Amy Cragg is bringing the next generation along.
Her last race was "99 percent perfect." In Tokyo, she's looking for that final one percent.
When COVID-19 takes away so much human interaction, the Eugene grocery store is the place where you probably know everybody’s name.
Even for elite athletes, navigating what comes next during a pandemic is confusing and murky.
The third place Olympic Trials finisher and first-time Olympian is a fresh face in the women's 3,000-meter steeplechase.
She placed second in the 10,000 meters at the 2012 Olympic Trials, but it wasn’t enough to make Team USA. She’ll try (and try) again.
The Olympic marathoner turned ultra-champion shares how she navigates the training.
Years of hard work are paying off for the Olympic Trials 1500-meter second place finisher. But it's Team Boss and coach Joe Bosshard who she says deserve a lot of the credit.
Dominique Sabbs of the Chicago Area Runners Association is stepping up to help foster community for runners where it wasn’t before.
Through every up and down, Kelly Herron has had two things to lean on: Running, and her mom.
The 2016 Olympic bronze medalist trusts that her body and mind will know what to do when she gets on the starting line at the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials.
After putting her efforts toward the marathon for a couple of years, Sisson is ready for 25 laps again.
The secret to her big breakthrough performances this year? A serious ability to lounge, she says.
She's at the top of the 5,000-meter Olympic Trials contenders and she hopes to double back for the 10,000 meters, too.
The two-time Olympian and American record holder has been treating a hip issue while training for the 10,000 meters
She may be out of her element on the track, but she’s never competed there as a 2:20 marathoner.
The 2016 Olympian is training on her own now, but she is still one of three fastest U.S. women at the 3,000-meter steeplechase.
The two-time Olympian has had some of the most exciting experiences at Hayward Field.
She’s taken the lessons of her early season races and is improving her race tactics.
The 2016 Olympian floods herself with all the good things on race day.
Lucy Del Gaudio wasn't finding success with traditional meds. Early morning runs have made all the difference.
The 2016 bronze medalist in the 1500 meters may be at peace with her career, but she still has a deep desire to compete at the Tokyo Games.
The 2016 Olympian and 2015 bronze medalist has a knack for coming through when it counts most.
At a recent track meet in Portland, Oregon, the former Oregon Project athlete won the open division 5,000 meters while 17 weeks pregnant.
New author Tianna Bartoletta opens up about her memoir, Survive and Advance.
The Forestbound bag designer has “mastered the art of looking very chill.” Here’s how the busy business owner makes it all work—and finds time to escape.
Sabrina Pace-Humphreys, and her UK-based Black Trail Runners, provides a powerful example for the global trail running community
Meet the runners hoping to make this year's burgeoning Refugee Olympic Team under the careful coaching of Tegla Loroupe.
Two Connecticut women were runners who used to be strangers. Now, they're forever bonded after a liver donation.
"I just can't take movement for granted:" Allen discusses how life has changed since her accident in 2017.
They came out on National Transgender Day of Visibility. On the track, Nikki Hiltz feels like a weight has been lifted.
The Olympic silver medalist and 2017 New York City Marathon champion reflects on adjusting to parenting and coaching Olympic hopefuls during the pandemic.
The Bowerman Track Club rookie reveals some of her favorite workouts (and the toughest ones, too).
Avery Allmond was at her fittest and getting faster when she was diagnosed with a rare disease that ended her college track career. She shares her story so others won’t give up.
How a headstrong teenager took the Minnesota State High School League to court in the 1970s, setting a precedent for high school girls to compete in sports.
The masters star picked herself up after a disappointment at the Olympic Marathon Trials to reset her lifestyle and goals.
“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.
After becoming the first woman to break three hours for 50K, Des Linden talks hype and happiness.
Ajee’ Wilson is an Olympian and 800-meter American record-holder. She’s also the “coolest customer” you’ll ever meet, her coach says. Find out just how this U.S. track star remains unflappable under pressure and has become a master at resilience—and how you, too, can persevere through personal challenges.
Running and spending time with her family have brought some peace for the pro runner after surviving the tragedy at King Soopers.
An exclusive conversation between four ASICS team members and Women's Running Editor-in-Chief Jen Ator to celebrate women's history month and the incredible achievements of female athletes so far this year.
The 36-year-old nutrition scientist isn't letting anything (even a misdirected marathon course) slow her down.
Marathoner Denise Williams has had running come and go in her life, but now sees outdoor recreation as essential to her continued self-care.
Running partners and City Fit Girls founders share how they have found strength in numbers.
Munroe teaches her young running buddies to get out for fun and not medals.
Child phenom Bria Wetch was expected to burn out. She tells how, after some road bumps, she's still getting better 20 years later.
One runner shares her decades of love for lacing up, and what inspires her to keep moving forward.
The Olympic marathon qualifier will compete in Tokyo this summer.
For this 28-year-old Minnesotan, life on a long path is a series of snowy 20-mile days with a borrowed husky. What will life after it look like?
We are all Braveys.
Nutrition therapist and trail runner Maria Dalzot shares wisdom on keeping a healthy balance, especially during a pandemic.
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.
Peyton Thomas uses her running to empower her advocacy work and inspire others to be champions of the environment.
She sprints and sings—and won’t give up either passion after graduating from the University of Kentucky.
Hailing from the French Alps, the runner smashed the flat, paved Hoka One One Project Carbon X.
The longtime champ is giving a voice to those around her.
Plus, she's connecting with fans along the way.
The Nike mountain runner went from chronically injured to chasing her dreams.
After taking sixth at the Olympic Marathon Trials, the pro runner encouraged fans to share the ups and downs of pandemic life.
By openly sharing about her own mental health and wellness, she creates space for her fans to share, too.
The 2018 Boston Marathon winner Desiree Linden takes us all along for the ride, earning her place as one of the most powerful community builders in running.
Her dedicated coverage of the sport is lifting us all up.
The VP of marketing at Salomon is committed to sustained change that benefits women.
She will continue pushing for stronger representation and storytelling of all runners.
Since joining the brand in late 2019, nine-time Olympic medalist Felix has taken a hands-on role.
The Olympic steeplechaser is stepping up to help bring important issues for professional athletes to the forefront.
The elite runner is also a public health consultant.
The world championships silver medalist finds herself in an "empowering place."
Inside Tatyana McFadden’s incredible and indomitable rise—plus, the racer’s secret to powering through any challenge she faces.
Collegiate runners are increasingly flexing a different kind of muscle.
She has started a long-overdue conversation and a call for an inclusive fitness culture.