Hoppe Feet shares her experience running the 2018 Boston Marathon in some of the toughest weather conditions the course has seen in years.
Regardless of how badly you want to race–or how hard you try to register–it's never okay to be a race bandit.
Johanna Garvin became the World Marathon Challenge's first wheelchair finisher on February 5, 2018.
Hoppe Feet shares a race recap from last year, when she scored a PR in the Saints and Sinners Half Marathon.
This Valentine's Day, Hoppe Feet outlines the top 12 reasons she loves running.
Race lesson learned: During your first race after recovering from a broken arm, give yourself (a bit of) a break.
Three athletes participating in this year's World Marathon Challenge share their stories.
After months of generally feeling "off," Hoppe Feet discovered there was a reason behind her unusual new running pattern.
As she reflects on a past race run in freezing temperatures, Hoppe Feet underlines the importance of packing an extra race-day outfit.
The post-race blues can get any runner down. Follow these tips to pull yourself out of the pit.