Sexual orientation and gender identity haven't always been protected under Title IX and even now LGBTQ+ athletes still face discrimination in sport.
Samuelson narrates a podcast that shares her own journey as well as some lesser-known stories of how women’s running became what it is today.
For the 2022 race she was invited to fire the gun to start the elite women's race.
But piecing together the forgotten moments in running history will take more work than just one role.
The Boston Marathon’s atypical autumn date this year falls on Indigenous Peoples Day and offers an opportunity to honor and uplift native runners and communities.
Future runners of the Boston Marathon will pass by a life-size statue of Bobbi Gibb—the first woman to run Boston back in 1966.
The spirit of the Games is always on full display around the track—let's look back at some of the most memorable moments.
How a headstrong teenager took the Minnesota State High School League to court in the 1970s, setting a precedent for high school girls to compete in sports.
Track and field athletes at the 1980 U.S. Olympic Trials share how they trained and competed through the boycott—and offer advice for runners facing an uncertain outlook on the return to racing today.
They questioned authority, broke the rules, and ran for their own reasons—and these legends want the next generation to do the same.