Women Who Move: Winter Vinecki
Winter has raced a marathon on 7 continents by age 15.
"Running gave me the confidence to go from homeless to Congress." Learn more about Congresswoman and runner Krysten Sinema.
After watching her father cross the finish line of his first marathon at the age of 50, this runner was inspired to start her own journey.
After being diagnosed with—and cured of—breast cancer, this runner had to find a new running normal during treatment and beyond.
One survivor shares the many times running has been a gift in her life. "Running gave me energy when I needed it the most."
Marquay Lee-Pearce says, "Running provided me with the opportunity to go to college." Learn how it helped her in her career, as well.
Pain when running turned into passing out turned into a 9-hour back surgery. Here is how one runner made her way back to the sport.
"Running taught me to challenge my limits."
Running not only helped Sujey Saavedra get through basic training; it helped her sort through feelings after the loss of her brother.
"Running allowed my mom and I to battle her strokes together"