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Joan Benoit Samuelson Continues To Inspire

She won the first Olympic gold marathon medal in 1984.

Study: Women’s Running Thriving In U.S.

It's a driving force behind the second "running boom".

Forty Years For Women At The Boston Marathon

The important milestone will be commemorated this year at the race's start.

Women’s Depth Records Set At Trials Marathon

The previous record was set in 1984.

Celebrity Runners (Finally) Catching The Barefoot Wave

They have been seen running in pink Five Fingers.

Woman Sets New 1000K Ultra Record In Australia

Her mantra was "relentless, forward, progress".

Women’s Running Pioneer Returning To Famous Race

It's been 50 years since that groundbreaking moment.

Why Are More Women Running Mid-Life Marathons?

One runner compares turning 40 to hitting the proverbial wall in the 26.2-mile race.

Katherine Switzer To Emcee Empire State Marathon

She is a history-making runner, women's running advocate, commentator, and author.

Nashville Women’s Half Marathon Wins Award

The Women's Running Magazine Women's Half Marathon Series is the nation's largest women's half-marathon series

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