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Alexi Pappas Brings “Olympic Dreams” To The Screen

Catching Up With Alexi Pappas Four months after her marathon debut in Chicago, Women’s Running caught up with TrackTown USA’s distance sweetheart Alexi Pappas for an update on her career as an indie filmmaker and aspiring 2020 Olympian. With her half-marathon goals this spring and third film premiering next month, Pappas is running through 2019 […]

Photos: Women Who Dominated At The 2019 Millrose Games

The 112th annual New York Road Runners Millrose Games, one of the biggest events of the indoor track season in the United States, concluded on Saturday, February 9 after two days of competitions at The Armory in New York City. This year’s NYRR Women’s Wanamaker Mile, a stand-out event at Millrose each year, saw American […]

Katelyn Tuohy Is The National Girls Cross Country Runner Of The Year

Runner Of The Year Earlier today, high school junior Katelyn Tuohy was named the National Girls Cross Country Runner of the Year, an annual award presented by Gatorade. Tuohy, who was the recipient of this same award last year, has also won the Gatorade Female High School Athlete of the Year award for 2017-18 and […]

“Boss Lady” Emma Coburn Has One Big Goal In Mind For 2019

Breaking 9 World champion. Olympic medalist. Seven-time national champion. For nearly a decade, American steeplechaser Emma Coburn has rocked the top of the steeplechase scene, solidifying her place in track history as one of the best ever in the 3,000-meter event. Although she has achieved enormous success, the 28-year-old from Crested Butte, Colo., continues to […]

Tina Muir Will Race Boston—But Not Alongside Her Fellow Elites

From The Happiest Place On Earth To Boston’s World Stage It’s been nearly two years since Tina Muir announced that she was leaving professional running to pursue another dream of hers: starting a family. Shortly after her daughter, Bailey, was born last January, we spoke with Muir for Women’s Running’s Meet the Elite column and learned […]