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.
In 2018 she wasn’t ready to compete, but the world championships bronze medalist is now happily back to the “marathon grind.”
Olympian Amy Cragg is planning to line up at the Chicago Marathon after 18 months away from competing at the 26.2-mile distance.
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.
She ran the race of her life.
This duo is double trouble and though they train together, they fuel a bit differently.
We had a chance to catch up with the teammates to see how they are preparing and what they are looking forward to most about heading to Rio.
U.S. Olympians to lead more than 30,000 runners at final stop before the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
It turns out that watching the best runners in our sport was also a great learning experience.
Relive the excitement of marathon weekend through stories, photos and race reflections.
Former teammates Desi Linden and Amy Cragg are prepped for a fast Boston Marathon.