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After a runner’s Instagram post about the Boston Marathon’s lack of a clear policy around pregnancy deferrals, the Boston Athletics Association is finally taking action.
The 31-year-old ran 1:06:52 to become the first American woman under 1:07 in the half marathon distance
World champion Gotytom Gebreslase of Ethiopia headlines a stellar women's field that could take a shot at the course record in Boston in 2023
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An initiative by World Athletics monitors slurs and sexual harassment on social media during competition.
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A move to Flagstaff gave her a training boost for the result.
From November 24-27, Rising Hearts—an Indigenous-led grassroots organization—will host the third annual Truthsgiving 4 Miler. The run was created to honor Indigenous history, foster allyship, and share the true history of Thanksgiving during Native American Heritage Month.
Who are the American frontrunners to race in the Paris Olympics?
Six of the top ten women elite finishers at the New York Marathon are mothers, a statistic that did not go unnoticed at Women's Running.
A world champion, a promising debutante, and last year’s runner-up face off against several World Marathon Major champions and a strong American contingent.
Thirteen countries battled in Belgium for this year’s Beer Mile World Championship. The most important rule? Don’t throw up.
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The marathon elites at Paris 2024 will be treated to a slice of history along this iconic course. And 20,024 other lucky athletes will get to experience it too.
It was great day out in Chicago for Emily Sisson, breaking the American record, with winner Kenya’s Chepngetich narrowly missing the women’s world record.
If yesterday’s race at the Ironman World Championship proved anything, it’s that the women’s pro race is not a sideshow - it’s the main event.
Yalemzerf Yehualaw becomes the youngest female winner of the London Marathon, O'Keeffe Wins U.S. 10-mile Champs, a British record is taken down by Eilish McColgan, and more.
Our weekly round-up of amazing women running: Berlin Marathon, Mammoth Trail Festival, Emma Coburn's Elk Run, USATF Trail Half Marathon and more!
Assefa, shocked the running world by running a 19-minute personal best and finishing with the third-fastest women’s marathon time in history.
Plus, Annie Hughes wins Run Rabbit Run 100 and N.C. State wins the Adidas XC Challenge
Plus, Janelle Lincks wins Cirque Series and Hellen Obiri wins Great North Run Half Marathon.
In a week marked by European track highlights and the start of the college cross country, D’Amato tuned up for the Berlin Marathon with a record-setting win in New Haven.
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Start The Week: Racing season is full flow and we have the round up of news plus previews of the fall marathon season ahead
Female athletes will be forced to carry unwanted pregnancies. So far, few in the NCAA seem to be talking about that.
Talitha Diggs, Abby Steiner, Britton Wilson, and Sydney McLaughlin made up the champions relay team.
The 20-year-old followed up her gold medal from Tokyo last summer with a performance she didn't know she had in her.
A mixture of speed and chemistry brought Melissa Jefferson, Abby Steiner, Jenna Prandini, and Twanisha Terry to victory.
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The American phenom came in fifth in a deep and superspeedy field.
Coburn finishes eighth in the World Championships steeplechase. Norah Jeruto of Kazakhstan pulled out a record-breaking win.
Union Athletic Club teammates Sinclaire Johnson and Jessica Hull finished sixth and seventh respectively.
A team effort pushed the Americans to three top-eight finishes.
Other race standouts, Sifan Hassan and Karissa Schweizer both credit their success today to taking a long break from running after last summer's Olympic Games.
Felix and the rest of Team USA’s mixed-gender 4x400-meter relay team placed third today at Hayward Field.
World Athletics Championships Live Updates: Tobi Amusan Sets the 100m Hurdle World Record and Later Wins Gold
Plus more of the latest results, memorable moments, news, and notes from the 2022 World Athletics Championships in Eugene, Oregon.
It was down to the last 50 meters today at the U.S. championships.
The 2017 World Champion wants to be back on top on the global stage.
Elise Cranny won the race and Karissa Schweizer came in second, qualifying for her second event for the world champs.
Cory McGee and Elle Purrier St. Pierre finished in second and third and have also earned bids to the world championships in Eugene at the end of July.
The top three finishers in each event will qualify for the World Championships, which will be held on U.S. soil for the first time at the end of July.
Didn't watch Thursday's prelims? Here's what you missed.
The initiative is backed by Allyson Felix, Alysia Montaño, &Mother, and Athleta.
An impressive pro field delivered some fast times in the historic women's-only race.
What started as a popular pandemic-era virtual race will draw a crowd of runners to Flagstaff in October.
A look at the track and field races from this weekend.
Alicia Monson and Natosha Rogers also qualified for the World Championships in July.
Ben Rosario, founder of the nonprofit elite training group, will become full-time executive director of the organization.
The 30-year-old overtook the American half marathon record set by Sara Hall in January.
The controversy has opened up a heated discussion about children and running.
At the Penn Relays, Sophia Gorriaran lined up against an all-star field to set a new 600-meter high school record.
Samuelson narrates a podcast that shares her own journey as well as some lesser-known stories of how women’s running became what it is today.
Rojas was the only American woman to crack the top 10 at the 126th edition of the race.
The fastest field in the history of the race also marked the 50th anniversary of women’s first official entry into Boston.
Elle Purrier St. Pierre, Heather MacLean, Kendall Ellis, and Roisin Willis beat the previous record by over 6 seconds.
Today, the 11-time Olympic medalist announced that this would be her final season racing track.
On Running assembled a relay team of six women from six different countries for the Speed Project, a race from Los Angeles to Las Vegas. The team set out to be the fastest all-women team to ever complete the trek, but a set of unexpected challenges derailed their aspirations.
In an effort to end violence against female runners, Adidas and its new partners are launching an education program for men.
The World Indoor Championships, New York City Half Marathon, and LA Marathon all went down over the weekend.
But piecing together the forgotten moments in running history will take more work than just one role.
Bowerman Track Club’s Elise Cranny ran 30:14.66 to just miss Molly Huddle’s American record on Sunday night at The TEN.
As the whole world watches war unfold in eastern Europe, athletics must contemplate its global reach.
Motherhood and the Marathon: Alysia Montaño and Christy Turlington Burns Fundraise for Maternal Care Access
The 800 meter Olympian ran her first marathon last weekend in Tanzania, alongside Christy Turlington Burns, founder of Every Mother Counts.
New Balance Boston’s Heather MacLean out-leaned teammate Elle Purrier St. Pierre in the 1500 meters, who in turn won the 3,000 meters at the USATF Indoor Championships.
At the Boston University Valentine Invitational, Roisin Willis and Sophia Gorriaran both broke the high school national record in the 800 meters.
Elise Cranny, Karissa Schweizer, and Gabby Thomas weigh in on what events they’ve been watching.
Alicia Monson became a two-time champion in the Millrose Games 3K with another exciting victory over Weini Kelati.
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At the Houston Marathon and half marathon, Keira D’Amato and Sara Hall rewrote the American record books.
The 2:27 marathoner and running coach is navigating her next steps fearlessly.