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  • When You Think You Can't, Remember This

    By Caitlyn Pilkington

    Sometimes you just need to push the doubts aside and instead of slowing up out of fear, speed up out of confidence.

  • A Letter To Life Before Kids

    By Alison Barsalona

    Life before having kids was a lot more...leisurely. One runner penned a simple letter to her running life before children came along.

  • Daily Tricks To Becoming A More Optimistic Runner

    By Ashley Lauretta

    Running can be hard—so how do you stay optimistic even through those tough miles? This is your guide to the art of optimism.

  • A Journey Through Illness, Loss And Marathons

    By Kristin DeClara

    Kristin DeClara uses running to accomplish amazing things despite chronic illness—Crohn's Disease—and to make her late-father proud.

  • Use Fitness To Fuel Yourself Through Any Holiday Blues

    By Powdered Feet

    Not everyone feels joyous during the holidays. Alison Désir shares how she uses fitness to quell feelings of loneliness and sadness.

  • I'm Thankful I Ran As A Teenager

    By Eden Fried

    As a teenager, waking up at the crack of dawn to run before school was the worst. Here's why Eden Fried is thankful for it, now.

  • Victimhood To Victory Through Half Marathon

    By Nadja Halilbegovich

    After becoming a victim in the war in Bosnia, running helped one woman look at her scarred and shrapnel-filled legs in a new way.

  • Elite Wins Marathon Dressed As Elvis

    By Team WR


  • NYC Marathon Story Is All The Feels

    By Paria Hassouri

    A chance encounter on the Queensboro Bridge at Mile 15 of the New York City Marathon changed one runner's motivation mid-race.

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