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  • Editor’s Corner: Tribute Time

    By Jessica Sebor   October 19 2012

    In which a Women's Running reader becomes a cover model and a blog post morphs into verse. . .arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Everyone has Obstacles

    By Jessica Sebor   October 12 2012

    Running isn’t easy, no matter where you live or who you are.arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: The Bare Dare 5k

    By Jessica Sebor   October 5 2012

    How the "shyest girl in the world" became the national champion of nude running. . .arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Best Race Ever

    By Jessica Sebor   September 28 2012

    What’s your best running memory? Mine isn’t an exciting win, a personal record or a big-city marathon. It’s from a small-town 5k that arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Rub Down

    By Jessica Sebor   September 21 2012

    Runners are constantly being advised to do more to stay healthy and prevent injury. As a fitness magazine editor, I’m often one of the arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: A Last-Minute Race

    By Jessica Sebor   September 14 2012

    Racing while traveling seems like a good idea in theory, but I'd always chickened out instead of heading to the starting line—until now. arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: My Most Beautiful Run (with pics!)

    By Jessica Sebor   August 31 2012

    The run that I almost slept through turned out to be one of the most stunning 40 minutes of my life. arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Early Bird or Evening Chick?

    By Jessica Sebor   August 24 2012

    There are two kinds of runners. . .arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Thigh Problems

    By Jessica Sebor   August 3 2012

    A few years ago, I was chatting with a group of women runners when one relayed a funny story about how she started running. She was heading arrow

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