Articles by Kristan Dietz

New Study Found Sexist Coverage Of Female Athletes Increased During 2016 Olympics

A study found that microaggresions against female athletes in the form of sexist or racist statements, increased during the 2016 Olympics.

Hotels Get Creative To Help Guests Stay Fit While Traveling

Both the Westin and Hilton hotels are coming up with creative ways to make staying fit while traveling easy and convenient for their guests.

Our Favorite Red, White And Blue Themed Running Gear

Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, summer is filled with holidays where you can rock stars and stripes.

This June Marathon Is Still Clearing Snow From Their Course

The Leadville Trail Marathon is still working to clear snow from the course before the June 17th race.

Despite Medical Emergency, Marc Scott Wins 10,000 Meters At NCAA Champs

An amazing first day of action at NCAA Division I Outdoor Track & Field Championships.

Patience Pays Off For Sara Hall At Freihofer’s Run For Women

Sara Hall was victorious at Freihofer's Run For Women this weekend after only being added to the field 2 days before!

3 Apps That Help Runners Stay Mentally Strong

Training your brain is just as important as training your body.

How Should Runners Lift Weights?

The right way to get stronger—and all the mistakes that runners tend to make.

In Motherhood and Running, Expectations Rarely Match Reality

One woman shares how her approach to running changed after becoming a mother.

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