Karen Bei is known as "Sara Hall's mom" in some circles. And that's the role that has inspired her to take up running later in life, too.
Ida Keeling died at age 106.
Masters-aged runners need to pay more attention to heat acclimation. Here's why.
These masters women are showing their strength in track and field.
Howard sat down with iRunFar’s managing editor Meghan Hicks to talk about training and aging.
The masters star picked herself up after a disappointment at the Olympic Marathon Trials to reset her lifestyle and goals.
The most important takeaways from three decades of running.
Masters-aged runners often need more recovery time. Why not extend that typical seven-day plan to eight days?
Betty Lindberg spent her COVID-19 summer setting world bests.
This masters runner had no idea where she was headed in the sport when she first started. Now, she's coaching runners just like her.
From masters to pros to recreational runners, the club cross country championships give everybody a chance to mix it up together.
Ginette Bedard is a local New York running celeb. She’ll be among the oldest runners on Sunday at the Fifth Avenue Mile.
Jeannie Rice keeps running, setting records, and encouraging the rest of us to stay motivated.
The Ohio native unofficially set a new mark for her age group for the 13.1-mile distance.
The age-group world-record holder said, "Every day when you're 103 is a miracle."
She came back to running after a decade away from the sport. A full-time nurse and mother of three boys, she is still making marathon dreams come true.
Julia Hawkins insists we should all try new things. She would know—she started running at 100 and became an age-group ace by 101.
When it comes to setting running goals, age is no barrier for this grandmother from Ohio.
The secret to Goldie Sohn’s longevity might be in her movement.
As a masters runner for New Balance, Susan Lynne Cooke has to take care of her body more than the younger athletes.