Who Runs The World? Girls—According To These Numbers!
We collected some of the numbers that show just how strong the women's running movement has become.
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The women’s running movement is going strong, with women representing 57 percent of race finishers annually. Check out the girl power represented in these numbers!
You rock, runner moms!
The Fellow Flowers sisterhood is going strong…
…with more than 30,000 members (and counting).
We loved cheering for Kathrine Switzer as she returned to the Boston Marathon earlier this year.
Black Girls RUN! has established more than 70 groups across the U.S….
…and features more than 200,000 women worldwide.
Meanwhile, the Girls on the Run movement continues growing across the country…
…and has encouraged more than 1 million girls to embrace fitness!
Another Mother Runner founders Sarah Bowen Shea and Dimity McDowell continue inspiring mother runners through their writing.
The AMR founders are also generating a lot of buzz online.
Women’s Running celebrated its 100th issue this August. Thank you to all of our readers that helped us get this far–you inspire us each and every day!