June 30 2016
Running fans have access to their favorite athletes on any social platform—and Alysia Montano is the queen of making that possible on
We all go through tough times and tough runs. Those days where you feel like you want to crawl back into bed as soon as you wake up. Or those runs where even after 5 minutes, you just want to stop. These are the days where you have to wait for your second wind to carry you. Your strength and positivity can help with overcoming any obstacle so you can reach your goals.
So if you are in the middle of a tough race or long run this weekend, just remember- stay tough and wait for that second wind.
By Team WR June 29 2016
Her Instagram has garnered more than 50K followers—and for good reason. Watch this video to see what else happens behind the scenes.
By Janina Freeland June 27 2016
This story is not only beautiful for its characters, but it's also written with so much love.
By Nicole Keilman June 20 2016
There are some things that only a first marathon can teach you.
By Caitlyn Pilkington June 19 2016
One editor writes an open letter to her father, the greatest runner of all time.
By Team WR June 17 2016
For pole vaulter and lululemon ambassador Melinda Withrow, it's about training and fly fishing with her dad.
By Team WR June 14 2016
Jessie Graff is a stuntwoman, black belt and former pole vaulter—basically a recipe for success on this crazy-popular competition show.
By Team WR June 14 2016
She hopes this cover helps continue the conversation about trans people participating in athletics.
By Victoria Davis June 7 2016
You just have to take that divider stick, chuck it aside and say, “No! I can go farther!” and then run like the wind.
By Ashley Lauretta May 31 2016
In 2013, Adrianne Haslet-Davis, was at the Boston Marathon and lost part of her left leg in the tragic finish-line bombings.
By Kailey Gotta May 26 2016
As I watched them run by, they seemed to be running painfully slow. Their legs barely moving, but their faces showed fatigue, pain. I
By Liane Daniels May 25 2016
One inspiring runner has a message for domestic abuse victims everywhere: "Know that you are worth having a happy life."
By Ashley Ream May 25 2016
Published with permission of Ashley Ream, author of The 100 Year Miracle I’m certain that it is possible to write novels for a living
By Shelley Leone May 25 2016
Presented with obstacles that could have deterred her from reaching her highest potential, Shelley ran right through them and became badass.