The two-time Olympian ran with hundreds of her fans on Wednesday night.
There’s a reason Olympic runners have coaches—the same reason you may need one.
Goucher will likely run the Chicago Marathon or New York City Marathon this fall. With her perky smile and self-effacing wit, Kara Goucher
Having a baby hasn't slowed these runners down.
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It's been 29 years since an American woman finished first on Boylston Street.
After more than a decade with Nike, Goucher inks a multi-year, shoe-only deal with the California-based company.
Keflezighi's unlikely connection with Skechers has been a win for both.