Last week, Craig Lutz announced his retirement from full-time running to focus his attention on a burgeoning career with HOKA ONE ONE. Make sure to check out the NAZ Elite blog to read his full post on the decision here.
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes The World Relays are in jeopardy for 2019. In a tweet from the Bahamas Press, it was stated, “The Cabinet of the Bahamas has cancelled World Relays
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes HOKA NAZ Elite has had a change to their roster. It was first announced that Loyola Marymount standout Danielle Shanahan would be joining the group coached by
The icon means you can connect with this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes Brave Like Gabe, a foundation formed by Gabriele Grunewald, has launched. The Foundation’s mission is to support rare cancer research and empower cancer survivors through physical activity. On
Make sure to check back in regularly to catch up to all the latest News and Buzz from the athletes on AthleteBiz and beyond. The icon means you can find this athlete on AthleteBiz! News & Notes Manteo Mitchell may be
Check out my latest vlog post for a recap on the last 6 months of my life and some thoughts on the transition to professional running! Please leave a comment for any topics you would like to hear discussed in future updates.
Take a look at my first vlog, and feel free to leave any questions or topics you would want me to discuss in the comments!
Stephanie Bruce (née Rothstein) is a professional runner for Oiselle, HokaOneOne, and part of the supergroup NAZ Elite. Always in the mix in distance running events, Stephanie’s successes on the roads are matched by those off, as co-founder of Picky Bars
as originally posted by Ben Rosario on Final Surge I know there have been a lot of blog posts about the Trials from all sort of athletes and coaches that I respect and admire. But to tell you the truth—I
For a single moment, I thought I had lost a National Championship. It was the longest second I had to endure that whole run, that whole painful run. It was a foolish moment in my running career. The idea that