The 50th running of the New York City Marathon rounds out a frenzied fall of 26.2-mile races with a star-studded pro women’s field.
Seriously, we made them all.
It’s no secret that the pandemic was especially difficult for parents to navigate. The 2019 world marathon championships qualifier struggled, too.
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“My whole career I’ve been like, what’s next?”: Molly Huddle on Preparing for the 2021 Boston Marathon
The two-time Olympian has been focused on injury prevention in her build up to Boston.
The spirit of the Games is always on full display around the track—let's look back at some of the most memorable moments.
Out of the record-setting 329 U.S. female athletes heading to Tokyo, the 65 women who will be representing Team USA in track and field are a seriously-impressive group.
Emily Sisson, Karissa Schweizer, Alicia Monson Qualify for the 2021 U.S. Olympic Team in the 10,000 Meters
Sisson, a first-time Olympian and two-time world championships finalist in the 10,000 meters, set a new Olympic Trials record.
The American record holder and 2016 Olympian was the top contender for Team USA in the 1500 meters and 5,000 meters.
A powerful conversation about how much farther we can all go, both in running and life, when assumptions and stereotypes are ignored.
Young runners are opting out of the gym sessions in favor of other, more fun cardio activities.
Power through tough workouts or races with wise words from the pros.
The longtime champ is giving a voice to those around her.
With her second pregnancy, Burrell decided to get creative with her weekly baby bump photos.
The results only tell part of the story—the emotions, excitement, and enthusiasm at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials were historic.
The Bowerman Track Club was on a mission to set a national record for 3,000 meters. They all came in under the mark, but the winner was a surprise.
Desiree Linden is the only contender on the Olympic Marathon Trials start line who’s made the team before—twice. She has big plans this spring and this is just the beginning.
Recovering from the flu and overtraining syndrome, Amy Cragg is unable to race for a spot to compete at the Tokyo Games. But her career isn’t over.
At several indoor track meets across the country, the U.S. women started turning up the heat on their Olympic goals.
It was hot. The contenders suffered. And the crowd went wild during a wild 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
The women of Northern Arizona Elite say they have at least one 2020 Olympian on their team. They each have a crucial role to play in getting her there.
In an event dubbed the 1:59 Challenge, sponsored by a chemical company, Eliud Kipchoge broke the two-hour barrier for the 26.2-mile distance.
In 2018 she wasn’t ready to compete, but the world championships bronze medalist is now happily back to the “marathon grind.”
The 32-year-old national champion and advocate for rare cancer research passed away Tuesday at her home in Minneapolis.
Her 26.2-mile debut adds spice to the depth of U.S. women’s long-distance talent—and we should all take a moment to appreciate the era we’re witnessing.
This real-world update to Nike's attention-grabbing Vaporfly 4% could be the answer to everyday runners’ prayers.
They questioned authority, broke the rules, and ran for their own reasons—and these legends want the next generation to do the same.
“We’re running as Team USA, really,” said Desiree Linden, the defending champion, of helping Hasay pace herself to third place.
Eat, drink, run, cheer, repeat. Our Boston resident writers give you the scoop on how to soak up every minute of the best weekend of the year.
She hasn’t raced 26.2 miles since 2017, but she made a pact with Joan Benoit Samuelson that on April 15, they’ll see each other on the starting line in Hopkinton.
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We still have a long way to go in the name of gender equality, but here are three ways the sport is making progress.
When the professional fields line up on April 15 at the 2019 Boston Marathon, more women will have a shot at competing at the highest level—and fewer men will qualify for prize money.
World champion Emma Coburn discusses her goals for the 2019 NYRR Millrose Games and her plans to tackle the 2019 IAAF World Championships.
Several social and cultural factors are inspiring the rise of American women in the marathon.
Pro Allie Kieffer addresses a reader-submitted question on how to balance maintaining a healthy body weight and eating to fuel long workouts.
Sarah Barker with the DL—and sharp commentary—on new lady group with steeplechaser Emma Coburn at its nucleus and her husband, Joe Bosshard, as the coach.
Two years after she fell off a cliff while fleeing an attacker, Hannah Gavios finished the NYC Marathon.
The professional American women’s field is at its strongest in recent memory. So why does it still feel like the sport of running goes largely unnoticed?
The Olympic triathlete's choice to switch sports reminds us that it's never too late to chase a dream.
Peter Ciaccia, the New York City Marathon race director, retired after the 2018 race.
We’ve gathered everything you need to know about Mary Keitany’s career and life outside of running.
Two years after her third-place finish in the NYC Marathon, pro Molly Huddle is itching to return to the podium.
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.
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Boston Marathon champion Des Linden announced this week that she will race the TCS New York City Marathon this fall.
Desiree Linden, Sarah Sellers and Krista DuChene will meet again at the starting line of the NYRR New York Mini 10K on June 9.
The speedy former collegiate runner and swimmer will run her first half marathon at the 2018 USATF Half Marathon Championships next month.
A reflection on the effect that 2018 Boston Marathon champion Desiree Linden's win has on the American running community one week later.
10 quick facts about Desiree Linden, the first American woman to win the Boston Marathon in 33 years.