The American women placed five in the top 10 finishers at the 50th running of the New York City Marathon on Sunday.
Even for elite athletes, navigating what comes next during a pandemic is confusing and murky.
In an attempt at setting an American record on Sunday, Sara Hall falls short, but still takes 89 seconds off her best.
After so few opportunities for road racing in 2020, these pros hope to put on a 26.2-mile show on Sunday at the Marathon Project in Arizona.
Some of the fastest women in the country will compete at the Marathon Project this winter in Arizona, but runners of all abilities will have a chance to get involved.
She’s learned a lot since placing sixth at the 2016 marathon trials—and Kellyn Taylor has gotten a lot faster since then, too.
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What can a half marathon do for an Olympic hopeful during the thick of training? We asked what these runners got out of their tune-up races.
The 2018 Boston Marathon champion took command in the early miles of the 26.2-mile race, with Kellyn Taylor hot on her heels.
The women of Northern Arizona Elite say they have at least one 2020 Olympian on their team. They each have a crucial role to play in getting her there.
The 26.2-mile race through the five boroughs could serve as a sneak peek at the 2020 U.S. Olympic Trials.
The U.S.A. Track & Field Outdoor Championships were packed with entertaining competition as the top American runners qualified for the world championships.
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.
The 2018 Boston Marathon’s top two female finishers will meet again at the Philadelphia Half Marathon on September 16.
These two professional athletes also have jobs and are mothers—and they somehow still find time to lace up for their workouts and race.
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