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Paula Radcliffe on Coaching and Why She Sees Herself in Jordan Hasay

After Jordan Hasay dropped out of the 2019 Chicago Marathon with a hamstring injury, Paula Radcliffe, the former marathon world record holder (2:15:25), got in touch to see how she was doing—and out of that gesture a new coaching partnership has formed between the women. Hasay had been through a lot in the weeks leading […]

Kara Goucher is Changing Course

One of the most celebrated elite runners of her generation, Kara Goucher faces her toughest challenge yet: being a beginner.

Why Women Will Save Running

Former Nike Oregon Project runners’ accounts of emotional abuse by Alberto Salazar are kickstarting a conversation about an ugly side of sports and how to change it.

Joyciline Jepkosgei Wins the 2019 New York City Marathon

On a nearly perfect Sunday to run through the five boroughs, Joyciline Jepkosgei, 26, of Kenya, won the 2019 New York City Marathon in 2:22:38, a record time for a debut at 26.2 miles on the course. Mary Keitany of Kenya who has won the New York City Marathon four times, was second in 2:23:32, […]

How and Why to Watch the 2019 New York City Marathon

The 2019 New York City Marathon is upon us—specifically, on Sunday, November 3. While 50,000 runners, including a professional field full of compelling storylines, make their way through the five boroughs, the rest of can watch. We’re here to tell you how—and why you should. The 26.2-mile race begins on Staten Island and ends at […]

Kikkan Randall Shares 3 Tips for Any Fitness Comeback

Kikkan Randall, who was diagnosed with breast cancer soon after winning cross-country skiing gold medal at the 2018 Winter Olympics, is set to run the New York City Marathon on Nov. 3.