Anderson was reportedly walking near the campus in St. Paul when she was hit by the vehicle.
By getting out and logging miles or posting their favorite memories, the runner's deep fan base is connecting through tributes on social media.
Gabe Grunewald once thought her legacy would be fast times and medals. A year after she died, it’s her perseverance that endures.
In an exclusive essay, Gabriele Grunewald's husband Justin reflects on loss, struggle, and resilience on the one-year anniversary of her passing.
Just one more way we can all keep “running on hope.”
Anderson has coped with her sister’s death through running and hopes to “show her what I can do” on at the New York City Marathon.
"I hope we struggle, and I’m sure we will, but we won’t give up."
Sifan Hassan, who trains with the Oregon Project, eclipsed the previous mark set in 1996.
Ladia Albertson-Junkans will compete at the 100-mile Western States Endurance Run on Saturday in honor of her “solemate” Gabe Grunewald.
Gabriele Grunewald was honored through remembrance runs across the country over the weekend and at her memorial service on Monday in the track star's hometown of Minneapolis.
Pro Runner Gabriele Grunewald died June 11, ten years after a rare cancer diagnosis, but she left us with a lot of wisdom on how to lead better lives.
The 32-year-old national champion and advocate for rare cancer research passed away Tuesday at her home in Minneapolis.
One week after undergoing radiation treatment, Gabriele Grunewald is feeling well and making plans for her return to the track.
There are a handful of cities showing the documentary to support Gabe.
Donations started pouring in to help Gabe with cancer treatment costs.
It was like a prayer circle to wish her well in her continued journey against cancer.
Her attitude toward cancer and competing on the track is so incredible.