Articles by Allison Pattillo

Professional Mother Runners of the U.S. Olympic Trials

Pro runners Alysia Montano, Sara Slattery and Kellyn Taylor prove it's possible to give birth and still train for the 2016 U.S. Olympic

Q&A: Gordy Ainsleigh Talks Western States, Trail Running, Beards and More

The 69-year-old has lived an interesting life, including 42 years as an ultrarunner.

Happiness in Motion: Deena Kastor is Chasing New Challenges

Three-time U.S. Olympian and American marathon and half marathon record holder Deena Kastor says her life has been nothing but full since

8 Trail-Tested Essentials

The right gear every trail runner needs.

Run Across Haiti Featured in New Film With Dean Karnazes

The documentary follows a 230-mile, eight day running odyssey in Haiti.

Trail of the Week: Old Coast Road, Big Sur, Calif.

The single-lane dirt road was used more frequently before the famous Bixby Bridge was completed.

Medals of Honor: Earn Finisher’s Medals to Honor the Military

It’s not unusual to see service men and women running a race in their boots and fatigues. But Amy Cotta is different. She runs in combat

Mike Ehredt Continues Mission to Run for Fallen American Soldiers

The veteran has run more than 6,000 miles to honor those who lost their lives.

Learn From a Pro: Caroline Boller

We caught up with elite trail runner Caroline Boller on what motivates her, what lessons she's learned in the sport and the last good book

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