The two-time Olympian says she will race the Olympic Marathon Trials in February and the Boston Marathon in April.
The 2018 Boston Marathon champion took command in the early miles of the 26.2-mile race, with Kellyn Taylor hot on her heels.
“We’re running as Team USA, really,” said Desiree Linden, the defending champion, of helping Hasay pace herself to third place.
One lucky Desiree Linden fan and Women’s Running reader got the opportunity to spend a whole weekend with her running heroine. Here's what happened.
Take a peek behind the scenes of our photo shoot with 2018 Boston Marathon champion (and our November/December 2018 cover runner) Des Linden.
Women's Running's November/December 2018 cover runner, Des Linden, discusses her victory in the 2018 Boston Marathon and the strength of the American professional women's field.
Shalane Flanagan, Molly Huddle and Desiree Linden reflect on their performances, admiration for Mary Keitany and plans for the future.
Boston Marathon winner Des Linden checks in with the Women's Running team with two weeks remaining before this year's TCS New York City Marathon.
Defending NYC Marathon champ Shalane Flanagan and 2018 Boston Marathon winner Des Linden both have their sights set on this year’s NYC Marathon podium.
The 2018 Boston Marathon’s top two female finishers will meet again at the Philadelphia Half Marathon on September 16.
Boston Marathon champion Des Linden announced this week that she will race the TCS New York City Marathon this fall.
A reflection on the effect that 2018 Boston Marathon champion Desiree Linden's win has on the American running community one week later.
Desiree Linden became the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon on the coldest Marathon Monday in recent memory.
The top American contender at this year's Boston Marathon is realistic and ready to take her fifth attempt at the race.
Desi Linden will be stepping out onto the Olympic Marathon course wearing a pair of customized Brooks Hyperion racing flats.
There was little doubt who was going to win from early in the 26.2 miles, but Americans Desiree Linden and Jordan Hasay landed in the top five.
Desiree Linden, Sarah Sellers and Krista DuChene will meet again at the starting line of the NYRR New York Mini 10K on June 9.
Ben Rosario, founder of the nonprofit elite training group, will become full-time executive director of the organization.