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Time to Challenge the Status Quo with Joe Gray

“I know I can be an inspiring example by working hard and winning races, but giving back to the community and the sport that has given me so much is just as important. I want other young black and minority runners to have some of the same life-changing opportunities and experiences I have enjoyed.” — Read More

Training for the Trials with HOKA Northern Arizona Elite

What’s it like to train for one of the biggest races of your life, knowing that race will be the center of the running universe when it happens, the subject of intense speculation ahead of time, and will pit you against the fastest marathoners in the U.S., all of whom have prepared — like you Read More

Time to Be Seen and Heard with Logan Russell

“From a young age I struggled with body image. I was larger than a lot of my friends, and built differently, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but when the media is telling you something different, and telling you who you are, and what your worth means, and how your weight relates to that, that’s Read More

Time to Be Awesome with Sam Holness

 “I want to show that people with autism can participate in sport. In fact, autism is a strength and athletes from any background can be great triathletes. All you need to do is get out there and get active. Don’t let your disability be a reason for not doing sport.” Sam (Super Sam) Holness is a Read More

Time to See it Our Way with RunGirl

Founded in 2010, RunGirl is a non-profit based in Tokyo City, Japan, consisting of a group of women from different backgrounds who all like to run. Created when its organizers realized there were no female-centric running events in the region, the group has grown to include multiple volunteer- and running-related events. Above all, their aim Read More

Time to Break Free with Samantha Chan

“I started running when I was 12. The coach kept asking me to come back, but my grandmother and my mother kept asking me not to go, because it’s not the girls’ thing – you just stay home and do housework. I thought ‘no, someone appreciates my ability, why don’t you let me go?’ I Read More

Time to Challenge the Status Quo with Joe Gray

“I know I can be an inspiring example by working hard and winning races, but giving back to the community and the sport that has given me so much is just as important. I want other young black and minority runners to have some of the same life-changing opportunities and experiences I have enjoyed.” — Read More

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