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  • 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.

  • How HS Runners Are Getting So Fast

    By Alison Barsalona

    When did the girls of high school running become such a force to be reckoned with? Here's a look at a few of the inspirational runners.

  • Why More African Americans Running Long Distance Matters

    By Toni Carey

    Toni Carey—the founder of Black Girls RUN!—shares why it's important for there to be more diversity in running and why it matters.

  • Why Oprah's Marathon Still Matters

    By T-Rex Runner

    Our Marathon Maniac gives a little love to one of the most iconic—but often overlooked—long-distance runners. Here's to you, Oprah!

  • Best Podcasts For Mental Strength

    By Allie Burdick

    Need an added dose of mental motivation? Listen to these podcasts on your next run, all of which will boost your mental game.

  • Aly Raisman Is Also A Runner

    By Rich Tenorio

    The Olympic gold medalist makes running a priority, even as she is out there fighting for womens' equality and continuing to train.

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