No matter where an athlete chooses to hit the trails, running remains the sport that can bring people of different backgrounds together.
I’ve been a competitor for my entire life, in part because I was raised by a mother who knew that “good enough” would never truly be good enough for me. As a young girl, my competitive arena was academia. I lived for knowledge and the struggle to be the best. While I wasn’t an athlete back […]
Years after surviving bullying and exploring all options to get a ticket out of gym, this runner found her own path to embracing exercise.
Not all of us have a nail-biting backstory for why we choose to run. Some of us run simply because it's always been part of our identity.
This runner was training for a marathon when her doctor found blood clots in her lungs. One year later, she's raising awareness for others.
Nicola Curtis first started feeling a numbness in her leg in 2009. In 2015, she was diagnosed with iliac artery endofibrosis.
One runner shares her story of fighting for her country and maintaining her love for running-despite her Gulf War Syndrome diagnosis.
One runner shares how motherhood made her a stronger (and occasionally faster) runner.
This runner shares the story of how her 100-pound weight loss program led to her new love of running.
A new friend helped this runner break down the mental barriers she encountered while running a marathon so she could reach her goal.