Welcome to TrackGirlz, a nonprofit improving girls’ access to track and field.
She has helped push the running industry toward the recognition that the sport isn't always accessible or welcoming.
In a landscape dominated by hyper-filtered images and rail-thin fitness influencers, 38-year-old social media sensation Erin Azar stands out.
If anyone had lingering questions about whether good vibes and fast times go hand in hand, Seidel dispatched them.
“Your time is now” is Mu’s oft-repeated mantra, one she credits with changing her mindset and improving her performance.
She’s turned all the challenges she’s faced into additional fuel for her competitive fire, qualifying for the 2021 Olympics in the 5,000 meters and 10,000 meters.
The superstar runner is working hard to ensure pregnant women everywhere are supported.
“When women are not seen, when they are invisible, it becomes much easier for those in power to forget that they exist and have equal rights as the men in society.”
History has so often shown that meaningful change only occurs when society gets sufficiently angry about an injustice.
In 2019, Mary Cain alleged abuse under the most renowned distance running coach in the country. Then she promised to do whatever she could to fix girls' sports.
An exclusive conversation between four ASICS team members and Women's Running Editor-in-Chief Jen Ator to celebrate women's history month and the incredible achievements of female athletes so far this year.
The longtime champ is giving a voice to those around her.
Plus, she's connecting with fans along the way.