The Seven Sisters Race in Western Massachusetts centers local conservation work while celebrating the surrounding land.
Most studies on sports performance don’t include women. The team behind Stanford’s FASTR program is building a healthier culture for female athletes.
In 2015, while crewing for her husband, Scott’s, successful Appalachian Trail speed record, Jenny Jurek began healing from the grief of two traumatic miscarriages. In 2021, she returned to the trail with their two young children in tow.
One Indigenous runner didn't see her community reflected in running media, so she set out to build her own community based on representation and an intersectional awareness of barriers many runners of color still face.
“If you’re going to run at that effort, it’s almost like jumping off a dock—as soon as you jump, you’re going in the water. You can’t turn around,” Merry explains.
Dinée Dorame is the one-woman host, creator, and producer of the Grounded Podcast, on the intersection of running, culture, land and community. Through all of her work, Dorame builds upon a legacy: the values that her family and community have passed down to her.
Trail Access Series: Sabrina Pace-Humphreys, and UK-based Black Trail Runners, provides a powerful example for the global trail running community