Eating Disorders and Running – my thoughts on why it happens and what we can do

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In honor of the end of National Eating Disorder Awareness Week, I decided to share some thoughts on eating disorders in our sport, as well as my story about my own relationship with food, running, and finding a happy balance.

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AthleteBiz Partners with Kurbo Health

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It’s no secret that it is challenging for our sport’s top athletes to find high quality part-time job opportunities with flexible work schedules and good pay. We are pleased to announce an AthleteBiz partnership with Kurbo Health that will connect

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Happy Birthday Jamie!

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From everyone at AthleteBiz, wishing Jamie Cheever a very Happy Birthday! Get to know Jamie: Event: Steeplechase Training Group: Club Northwest Covering Every Season: Jamie was not only a standout runner in her youth, but also an avid soccer and

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Happy Birth-Aversary Sanya and Aaron!

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Wishing Sanya Richards-Ross and Aaron Ross a Happy Birth-Aversary from all of us at AthleteBiz! Today, they celebrate Sanya’s 31st birthday and 6 years of marriage. Get to know Sanya and Aaron: Event/Position: Dominant 400 Meter Specialist (Sanya) and Shut-down NFL

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Half Empty and Half Full

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On Friday the USATF Foundation announced grant awards to 58 athletes totaling $297,000. This is huge. The twitter world lit up with expressions of “thank you” to the generous donors who make this possible***. These grants will provide important and sometime

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Looking Ahead

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from Marathons and Mechanisms So, by now most of you know that the Trials Marathon was pure carnage. The weather was brutal and the course was maddening, but the racers were tough. I had battled with a bit of knee

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Marathon Olympic Trials Race Recap

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from Running Joyfully It’s taken me a while to put pen to paper (fingers to keyboard?) to sum up my first Olympic Trials experience. Right after the Trials I jetted off to Belize for some much-needed R&R, where I tried

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Track Shorts 2016: Lap 2

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I swear we’re not sitting on our hands here at the AB offices but the pile of results since our last post (not counting the OT marathon) is daunting.  I count at least 12 important competitions and probably 50+ potentially

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Training Alone

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from Kibwè’s Blog Now that I’m coaching at IMG Academy, I’m having to do something I’ve never had to do in my career for an extended period of time: train alone. Dr. Bondarchuk is still my coach. He writes my

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Albuquerque: I Came. I Conquered

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from hurdlesncurls Hey y’all! It’s ya girl hurdlesncurls here with another blog post recapping my adventures on (and sometimes off) the track. This week I ventured to Albuquerque, NM (sans coach!) for the Don Kirby Invitational. Okay so one mistake I

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