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.
Being a role model for Jamaica’s youth is just as important to this steeplechaser as earning an Olympic or World Championships medal.
This ultrarunner shattered the 100-mile world record last year by over an hour, and she wants to continue setting records in the future.
The most decorated track and field Olympian in history gives back to the children of her hometown while pursuing future Olympic gold medals.
This paratriathlete is proving the only difference between herself and other runners is the equipment she uses to reach the finish line.
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.
After delivering a healthy baby girl, new mom Tina Muir is itching to return to her pro running career.
Our conversation with Joyciline Jepkosgei, the record-smashing 24-year-old.
Allie Kieffer PRed at the New York City Marathon by 26 minutes and is one to watch among competitive American distance athletes.
Read our extended interview with American distance runner Neely Spence Gracey. This Q&A was published in part in our Jan/Feb 2018 issue.