World championships silver medalist Kara Goucher recounts how silencing her intuition didn't serve her well. Now she gives the advice she wishes she received as a young runner.
We asked a group of runners for their all-time favorite books. These were the top answers.
After the U.S. Center for SafeSport revoked his coaching eligibility, Nike said it was appropriate to rename the facility.
How is the U.S. Olympic track and field team selected—and how can fans watch the Trials? We’ve got all the answers.
A Cast of All Men Contemplate if Alberto Salazar is a Victim or a Villain in a New Documentary. Surprise! They Get it Wrong
Lacking a diversity of perspectives, “Nike’s Big Bet” misses the mark on athlete abuse.
Olympic hopefuls will race on Saturday on the brand-new track at Hayward Field, plus Kara Goucher makes her NBC commentary debut.
The Colorado-based footwear brand just released their sought-after Bolder Boulder Escalante Racer to help support the families of the victims from last week's tragedy.
The six-time Olympic gold medalist continues to speak out on family leave policies for athletes.
Women’s Running's parent company acquires Outside magazine, Outside TV, Gaia GPS, athleteReg, and Peloton Magazine, boosting the depth and diversity of storytelling and services in our Active Pass membership.
Haworth was a lifelong runner who introduced Olympian Kara Goucher to the sport.
It was hot. The contenders suffered. And the crowd went wild during a wild 2016 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
The whistleblower speaks about the anti-doping investigation of her former coach and reflects on her time as an Oregon Project member.
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.