Taking Up Space
When I started running more than five years ago, one of the main things that drew me to the sport was being part of a community. As a female recreational runner, I can more or less run in public streets with some sense of comfort and ease. I can run with one (or more) of […]Read more..
The High Five: Long Distance Runners Making History
The history of women’s running is relatively new. In looking back, most official milestones in women’s running have been recognized only in the past 100 years. In fact, it wasn’t until 1926 when Violet Piercy from London became the first woman to run a marathon and be recognized by an official international governing body for […]Read more..