Even after working 10-hour days with a chainsaw, Olympic Trials qualifier Joe Whelan didn’t let his training slip up.
She's got the stats, but all that matters is a top three finish in February.
A two-time Olympic medalist, Rupp also hopes to make a fourth U.S. Olympic team at the marathon trials in February in Atlanta. He has won three marathons (the Olympic trials in 2016, Chicago in 2017 and Prague in 2018) and finished second in Boston in 2017.
The 1988 Olympic Marathon Trials champion details his second health struggle, 26 years after his first.
Penn State alumnus Tyler Mcandless profiled in his alma mater's school magazine.
Two years ago, breaking 7:00 in the mile was a struggle. Now, Olivia Ballew is ready to take on Atlanta with the best runners in the country.
A decade later, what began as a way to de-stress has evolved into Groner becoming one of the world's best masters (age 40 and up) distance runners. Somehow, the 41-year-old is getting faster with age.
A look at the U.S. men’s and women’s marathon rankings at the end of the spring majors with 10 months until the Olympic trials in Atlanta
Elmira native Molly Huddle has gone from a state champion at Elmira Notre Dame to a record-setting Olympian.
The U.S. Olympic marathon trials aren’t for 10 months, but the field is already crowded. The current era has produced four of the six American women in history who have broken 2 hours, 24 minutes, for 26.2 miles. Two more could join that club at Sunday’s London Marathon
Achieving her goal of a top-10 finish to gain Olympic Trials qualification, the former Lake Park and University of Washington distance star placed ninth among women at the 123rd Boston Marathon.
Sellers is the American nurse anesthetist and long distance runner who came out of nowhere last year to finish second in the chilly deluge that was the 2018 Boston Marathon. She believes she can run under 2:30 soon, and has her sights set on the Olympics next year or in 2024.
Groner—a 41-year-old mother of three and full-time nurse from Randolph, New Jersey—ran a personal best of 2:29:06 at the Rotterdam Marathon on April 7, taking fifth and becoming one of the first two American women in the race to hit the Olympic qualifying standard (Aliphine Tuliamuk, who won the race in 2:26:48, was the first).
A relative newcomer to marathoning, Samantha Roecker has qualified for the Olympic Team Trials
Tim Ritchie was three years removed from his time at Boston College and had just missed qualifying for the 2012 Olympic Trials when he decided to run Boston Marathon that year, giving it one last shot before calling it quits.
The oft-injured runner offers a candid assessment of his training, his injury history, and what he thinks about retirement.