August 18 2017
One runner shares her long history with ultrarunning and explains how the sport helped her heal from a major surgical mistake.
After just missing the 2012 Olympic team for Canada, professional hurdler and 11-time NCAA All-American Fawn Dorr made some serious changes. She moved to Atlanta, switched coaches and is now training with a new club as she runs, lifts and Instagrams her way to a 2016 Olympic bid.
“I completely reject the idea of blending in. Having fun with my hair is a very empowering way to express myself.”
“When I doubt myself, I repeat this mantra until I believe it: This is who I am. This is what I do. This is what I love.”
“My running power color is sparkle—LOL, if only sparkle were a color! The next best thing is neon pink.”