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  • Collegiate Runner's Post Went Viral

    By Team WR

    Rachel Schulist shared one of the most vulnerable parts of being a competitive runner—and hundreds applauded.

  • How She Completed 2,016 In 2016

    By As Told To Kara Deschenes

    By putting in small steps daily toward one big yearly goal, one runner will finish the Run The Year Challenge with over 2,500 miles run.

  • How One Runner’s Late-Father Is Still Her Biggest Fan

    By Victoria Bishop Ryan

    She started running with her father and continues to run now—with every step dedicated to the lessons he taught her along the way.

  • She Had Three Knee Surgeries And Still Banged Out A BQ Time

    By Rachel Belmont

    Despite having undergone 3 knee surgeries, this runner can't be stopped. All it takes is belief in yourself and some extra patience.

  • This High-Schooler Keeps Running Through Her Disorder

    By Jennifer Bonn

    Even though her vocal cords do not open correctly, this runner isn't letting it stop her from setting—and reaching—her goals.

  • 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.

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