The world championships 800-meter silver medalist has changed coaches and coasts—and now she's competing at her first Olympics.
Stephanie Bruce gives a candid account of what it's like being a runner with celiac disease.
Another sign that racing is coming back? Molly Seidel, Sara Hall, Des Linden and more will compete at the Mini 10K.
Check out Malissa Rodenburg's author page.
Check out Malissa Rodenburg's author page.
Breaking with the trend of giving the elite women the first start, Boston Marathon officials cite safety concerns.
Mary Cain shocked the running world in 2019 when she came forward with her story of emotional abuse at the hands of her former coach Alberto Salazar.
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.
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.
Pros Gwen Jorgensen, Colleen Quigley, and Lauren Floris talk about goal races, motivation, and their ability to be flexible.
If you need to smile and want to cry for something good today, watch this.
She's ready to rumble at the Chicago Marathon next month.
She just won silver at the world championships too.
She talks about the event that made her continue to be strong.
He was found dead in a swimming pool with no indication of foul play. RIP David.
There are a handful of cities showing the documentary to support Gabe.
She ran the race of her life.
The "Bowerman Babes" have made the franchise their high-altitude tradition.
She is one of many declaring their fall plans this summer.
Donations started pouring in to help Gabe with cancer treatment costs.
Sara Vaughn has announced that she's creating a scholarship for parents pursuing undergraduate degrees at the University of Colorado.
She's a mom, a competitive athlete and a realtor—and now the woman who stole everyone's hearts!
Way to go, mama!
It was like a prayer circle to wish her well in her continued journey against cancer.
She is definitely Wonder Woman!
Olympian Alysia Montaño will race in the USATF Outdoor Championships 800m this Thursday while pregnant for the second time.
Her attitude toward cancer and competing on the track is so incredible.
Retired Olympian and former Women's Running cover model Sanya Richards-Ross discusses her 2008 abortion in a new memoir.
Everyone is getting after it today!
Each one was a different theme that brought her motivation along the course.
Olympian Brenda Martinez dishes on Olympics, DMR records, Instagram and who inspires her.
She lives high and trains low.
Take a sneak peek at our cover shoot with track star Brenda Martinez.
Tremendous story about a tremendous runner.
Gwen Jorgensen is expecting her first child in August and shares what she has learned about running through different trimesters.
Congratulations to all finishers!
She doesn't say, "I can't." She says, "How can I?"
She will be back with a vengeance.
They are retiring number 261!
The pro shares more on the tough decision to miss this year's race and how she is spending her time with her husband and foster daughters.
You can use a hurdle, or an arm on a couch, or...a small child.
Alysia Montaño shares her excellent dumbell routine that keeps her strong.
This has to make ESPN.
These moves will up your stability and leg and glute strength.
Will an American woman break that tape next April?
Get an inside look at just how she gets those abs of steel.
Nike turns the two-hour marathon into a quest to create the perfect conditions to make it happen.
Rachel Schulist shared one of the most vulnerable parts of being a competitive runner—and hundreds applauded.
Well, we all knew she was fast!
The NYC Marathon was full of excitement as Molly Huddle dominated in her debut, while Mary Keitany ran away with a third straight win.
The 2:30(!) marathon Sara Hall shares her best pre-race advice and what she's going to eat the morning of the marathon!
Professional runner Dot McMahan is taking her first NYC Marathon start line this weekend. Here's what she is looking forward to most.
The unconventional and unapologetic elite masters runner Sheri Piers on running the NYC Marathon, (lack of) nutrition and racing over 40.
We caught up with one of the fastest track stars to see why she’s taking to the streets for the first time to run 26.2 in New York City.
Suzy Favor Hamilton shares her thoughts on watching a Special Victims Unit that seems to be drawing storylines from her life as an escort.
Alexi Pappas had quite the year, and now she pens a poem about looking back on past accomplishments and moving slowly toward new beginnings.
In 2004 she became the first American female service member to lose a limb during the Iraq War. But, she hasn't looked back.
How Elizabeth Baker made first-ever US Paralympic triathlon team and went on to take fourth after some illness-related setbacks.
Check out Caitlyn Pilkington's author page.
These college friends, training partners and Olympic medalists took time to talk to us about why they can't imagine life without the other.