During a quick chat with Alia Gray about the NYC Marathon, her advice to me was “don’t run alone.” That’s always the hope, especially in an all-women’s start. Historically, women have been more likely than men to stick to their own
I wrote in my blog 6 weeks ago that I would try something new and different – I would run Grandma’s marathon without truly preparing for the marathon distance in the way that I normally do. I wanted to see
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.
This probably seems totally out of place for me right now, but sometimes as a cycle comes to a close, it’s helpful to reflect back to the beginning of this one, and also to previous cycles. As mentioned in my
It’s a good thing my husband, Cole, went back to North Carolina for these last 2 weeks before the Trials because this is the worst time to be around me. When you’re used to running a lot and then all