The retired 2017 New York City Marathon champion takes inventory of how her attempt to complete six marathons in seven weeks has gone so far.
In 2021, Emma Bates switched training groups, found a new coach, and moved to Colorado. All the changes did her good.
In the first major race in the U.S. since the pandemic began, the American women had their best showing at the Chicago Marathon since 1994.
It’s no secret that the pandemic was especially difficult for parents to navigate. The 2019 world marathon championships qualifier struggled, too.
Top Americans lining up at the 2021 Chicago Marathon include Sara Hall, Keira D'Amato, and Emma Bates.
It's Sara Hall's second attempt at setting a new American record at the 26.2-mile distance, currently held by Deena Kastor.
Brigid Kosgei of Kenya went out at a blazing pace at the 2019 Chicago Marathon on the way to a new world record.
She’s going for a personal best at the 2019 Chicago Marathon, but the entrepreneur and mom of two won’t spend her taper time on the couch.
She is the second-fastest U.S. woman to ever run the marathon, but she's still learning how to train for—and race—26.2 miles.
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.
The country's fastest female marathoner is looking to set an American record this fall.
Some events don’t allow entry deferrals for any reason, including when you’re expecting a child.
Four Americans finished in the top 10 of the professional women's race at the 2018 Chicago Marathon.
Joan Benoit Samuelson will attempt to become the first woman in her 60s to run a marathon in under three hours at this year’s Chicago Marathon.
Get to know the Chicago Marathon course before tackling it on race day.