Emma Coburn

Emma Coburn: “I Feel Like I’m Ready For Anything”

When the IAAF announced in November that it would be cutting five events from the Diamond League schedule in 2020—one of which is the steeplechase—Emma Coburn, the 2019 world championship silver medalist and 2016 Olympic bronze medalist, was quick to voice her disappointment. “It’s been my event for 12 years and I have given a […]

Meet the 2020 Power Women of the Year Honorees

We’re starting a new tradition at Women’s Running: We’re kicking off 2020 by announcing our Power Women of the Year. These women are game changers, rule breakers, and trailblazers. They are ones to watch, ones to cheer for, and ones to be inspired by in this upcoming year. The feature appears in our January/February 2020 print issue, […]

These Pro Runners Will Bake You a Cake (or Loaf of Bread) as Fast as They Can

In America’s speediest kitchens, the carbs are made from scratch and shared with love. What do Molly Huddle, Emma Coburn, Aliphine Tuliamuk, and Colleen Quigley have in common—besides a combined 44 national titles, a couple of Olympic teams, and a few American records? They’re all aces in the kitchen. When it comes to high-quality nourishment, […]

“Boss Lady” Emma Coburn Has One Big Goal In Mind For 2019

Breaking 9 World champion. Olympic medalist. Seven-time national champion. For nearly a decade, American steeplechaser Emma Coburn has rocked the top of the steeplechase scene, solidifying her place in track history as one of the best ever in the 3,000-meter event. Although she has achieved enormous success, the 28-year-old from Crested Butte, Colo., continues to […]