Meet the Elite
For each issue of Women’s Running magazine, we speak with a professional athlete to get the scoop on their approach to training, racing, nutrition and more. On this page, readers can find those Q&As published in our magazine and extended interviews with some of the athletes featured.
Meghan Roos / 10/24/2018
The 2018 USATF Half Marathon champion discusses her goals for the year ahead and her long-term aspirations to launch a career in public health.
Meghan Roos / 09/24/2018
Being a role model for Jamaica’s youth is just as important to this steeplechaser as earning an Olympic or World Championships medal.
Meghan Roos / 08/21/2018
This ultrarunner shattered the 100-mile world record last year by over an hour, and she wants to continue setting records in the future.
Meghan Roos / 07/24/2018
The most decorated track and field Olympian in history gives back to the children of her hometown while pursuing future Olympic gold medals.
Meghan Roos / 07/17/2018
This paratriathlete is proving the only difference between herself and other runners is the equipment she uses to reach the finish line.
Meghan Roos / 05/15/2018
Colleen Quigley discusses her win at the 2018 Millrose Games, the bonds she's built with her Bowerman Track Club teammates and what's next.
Meghan Roos / 04/09/2018
After delivering a healthy baby girl, new mom Tina Muir is itching to return to her pro running career.
Meghan Roos / 03/12/2018
Our conversation with Joyciline Jepkosgei, the record-smashing 24-year-old.
Meghan Roos / 02/05/2018
Allie Kieffer PRed at the New York City Marathon by 26 minutes and is one to watch among competitive American distance athletes.
Meghan Roos / 12/19/2017
Read our extended interview with American distance runner Neely Spence Gracey. This Q&A was published in part in our Jan/Feb 2018 issue.