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Pocket Outdoor Media is looking for a passionate, ambitious, and detailed self-starter to join the Women’s Running editorial team as a full-time associate editor. Associate Editor of Women’s Running: Pocket Outdoor Media, LLC – Boulder, Colorado Pocket Outdoor Media is looking for a passionate, ambitious, and detailed self-starter to join the Women’s Running editorial team
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The women who juggle high-pressure jobs as physicians with family find strength in their Mama Docs running community. When Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez received news in 2018 that her grandmother had been diagnosed with terminal cancer, she knew instantly who in her running community she could turn to in her sadness. “I was so heartbroken and
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Holly Lawrence hit record on her phone when the doctor repeated her sentence: You’ll never run again. Then she got a second opinion–and used the recording to fuel a comeback, complete with a heavy dose of “I’ll prove you wrong.” The world champion triathlete had cracked her navicular bone, a bone located near the foot’s
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Running will always be where Ladia Albertson-Junkans feels closest to her best friend and former University of Minnesota teammate, Gabriele Grunewald, one of the country’s most promising middle-distance stars who died on June 11, ten years after she was first diagnosed with a rare cancer called adenoid cystic carcinoma. “Running is really where our friendship
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Jacky Hunt-Broersma defied all the naysayers who thought amputee runners couldn’t compete on trails. Not only that, but now she’s running ultras. On October 20, 2018, at her first ultramarathon, the 40-mile Triple Lakes Trail Race in Greensboro, North Carolina, Jacky Hunt-Broersma faced the aftermath of two storms: Hurricane Michael, which had hit North Carolina
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The age-group world-record holder said, “Every day when you’re 103 is a miracle.” Julia Hawkins, the 103-year-old inspiration who took up running just three years ago, competed this week at that National Senior Games in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and came away with two gold medals. On Monday, her sole competitor in the 100-104 age group
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Running is a way to explore new places during your trip, if you’re prepared. If you’re heading out to lands unknown this summer, pack your running shoes and make plans to see new places. We asked a few well-traveled women their best advice for sticking to the training schedule while on vacation. Run with your
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Gabriele Grunewald was honored through remembrance runs across the country over the weekend and at her memorial service on Monday in the track star’s hometown of Minneapolis. The family and friends of Gabriele Grunewald celebrated the 32-year-old runner’s life on Monday in her hometown of Minneapolis with a memorial service, burial, and 1.405-mile run—and finally
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What’s the first thing you do when you travel somewhere new? If you’re like these runners, you strap on your running shoes and discover hidden treasures. Visiting a new place is not only exciting because it often means vacation—and who doesn’t love that?—but it gives you an opportunity to explore new running routes. These world-traveling
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