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  • Editor’s Corner: Runs in the Family

    By Jessica Sebor   July 13 2012

    When it comes to running, I’m all about the buddy system. While there’s something to be said for the mental clarity that comes with arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Superhumans

    By Jessica Sebor   July 6 2012

    I got back from the Olympic Track & Field Trials on Tuesday. Now that I’ve landed back in the real world, I’ve had the time to arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: The Olympics Are Coming!

    By Jessica Sebor   July 1 2012

    You’re probably aware of this, but just in case you forgot. THE OLYMPICS START TONIGHT!!! I’m a little excited. Aren’t you? The arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Track Town USA

    By Jessica Sebor   June 29 2012

    Greetings from Eugene! With the nickname ‘Track Town,’ Eugene, Ore., is arguably the most important city for the sport of arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: NYC Cover Shoot

    By Jessica Sebor   June 22 2012

    Ever wish you had a backstage pass to a magazine cover shoot? This week, I headed to NYC for the Women’s Running Magazine arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: New Issue Countdown

    By Jessica Sebor   June 15 2012

    My current countdown list:  4 days untils the new Women’s Running hits newsstands 6 days until the Olympic Track & Field Trials arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Adventures in Cross Training

    By Jessica Sebor   June 8 2012

    On Women’s Running’s Twitter this week, we asked you to air your biggest #Runfession. We got some great ones, including my personal arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Post-Race Blues

    By Jessica Sebor   June 1 2012

    Post-Race Blues [PRB] noun : a temporary condition following a major running event; marked by feelings of aimlessness and anxiousness arrow

  • Editor’s Corner: Hot in Cleveland

    By Jessica Sebor   May 25 2012

    Did you know that in 2011, 518, 000 people ran marathons in the United States? Last weekend, I helped bump up the 2012 total an additional arrow

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