In our final Dear Running essay of 2020, Summit (OR) senior Fiona Max finds meaning on the sport, her career, and everything in between
Read Madeleine Burns's insightful essay about running has meant to her over the years.
In this Dear Running essay, Fresno State sophomore Sophie Jimenez writes about her journey
In this Dear Running essay, Kaelyn McCann journeys back into where track and field all started for her
Saratoga Sophomore Ella Kurto reflects on what running has taught her through an unpredictable year.
Coach Corey Culbertson pens a note about running to his Beaver Eastern athletes.
University of Louisville recruit Zachary Frye writes an essay to the event he loves, pole vaulting
Steamboat senior Maggi Congdon shares some insightful thoughts about the 2020 season.
David Emuze recounts the emotional days after his season was suspended, and looks to the future
Grant Norsworthy shares his intimate relationship with running and how far he wants to go.
In this latest Dear Running essay, Abel Teffra explains how he developed a love for track and field
In this latest Dear Running essay, Solomon Strader writes candidly about the challenges this season posed, and about the hope that drives him forward
A runner's story how he went from running 23 minute 5Ks to shooting for the state meet while making memories running with his boys.
In this Dear Running essay, Maya Mor writes of her early years in this sport
In this Dear Running essay from Matt Strangio, he vows that he will continue to ask the very best of himself over this stretch of uncertainty
In our latest Dear Running essay, Saint Joseph Academy sophomore, Anna Duesenberg shares experiences about her ups and downs on the track and in the XC fields.
Paige Low has had several adverse and uncertain situations to overcome, yet she keeps the championship spirit.
Christalee Kirby shares her thoughts on a throwing career.
In this Dear Running essay, Helena's Odessa Zentz explores every single thing she gains joy from in this sport
Brayden Hodgest gives a thrower's perspective on high school track and field.
In this Dear Running essay, Maddie Meiner writes about her time with track and field, and the hope she shares for its future
Hayden Gray was looking to put together an outstanding track season and earn a scholarship before the season ended.
Ryan Schoppe shares what running has been to him and how Caronavirus has affected his senior year.
In our latest Dear Running essay, Coleman Cronk remains positive that he and others will get through this difficult stretch
Track was a crush until it became a love for Lancaster senior Dillon Bedell. Now with an unexpected ending.
Johnathan Baker, the nation's top long jumper shares his thoughts on the 2020 track and field season.
Harvard-bound Skyline HS senior Eleanor Wikstrom shares the impact running has had on her life.
In this Dear Running essay, LaSonja Collins reflects on the adverse moments her team has been thrust upon, and looks back at the history her program has built in recent years
In our latest Dear Running essay, Annabelle Tiller counts her love for this sport
Denton Guyer's Brynn Brown has a heart-to-heart with running after a setback