The rescheduled 2021 Boston Marathon will feature nine women who have run faster than 2:22, plus three top U.S. women.
The results only tell part of the story—the emotions, excitement, and enthusiasm at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials were historic.
The Olympic Marathon Trials are the most competitive 26.2-mile races in the country. Here’s what you need to know to watch the 2020 showdown.
As Jordan Hasay prepares for the 2020 Olympic Trials, her new advisor Paula Radcliffe wants to help Hasay make decisions “with her head over her heart.”
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.
Alberto Salazar, who has guided the careers of many of the world’s top runners, broke anti-doping rules, according to two independent arbitration panels.
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.
Olympian Amy Cragg is planning to line up at the Chicago Marathon after 18 months away from competing at the 26.2-mile distance.
Karen Bdera first ran the New York Mini 10K in 1984. It was life-changing.
The country's fastest female marathoner is looking to set an American record this fall.
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.
“We’re running as Team USA, really,” said Desiree Linden, the defending champion, of helping Hasay pace herself to third place.
She hasn’t raced 26.2 miles since 2017, but she made a pact with Joan Benoit Samuelson that on April 15, they’ll see each other on the starting line in Hopkinton.
The Boston Athletic Association announced the athlete roster for its 2019 Boston Marathon international fields on January 10, 2019.
The Bank of America Chicago Marathon confirmed today that Jordan Hasay will return to the course to compete with the elite field this fall.
John Hancock, the official sponsor of the Boston Marathon, has announced that pro Jordan Hasay has dropped out due to injury.
She's ready to rumble at the Chicago Marathon next month.
Each one was a different theme that brought her motivation along the course.
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