Denton Guyer's Brynn Brown has a heart-to-heart with running after a setback
2017 Keller High School graduate Abbey Santoro reflects on her high school career, and how the biggest successes weren't short-term wins but long-term realizations
In our latest Dear Running entry, Beavercreek's Juliann Williams explores how friendships have helped buoy her love for running
Our latest Dear Running entry has an athlete explain his many travels.
To think how far I have come as a person in only four years of running. Crazy.
Before Strongsville graduate Moe Abusway bids farewell to his high school track and field career, he offers a few thoughts to the sport
Cruz Gomez reflected on his time in cross country and track and field in this Dear Running letter
Faith Duncan relayed her trying sophomore season on the track in this Dear Running letter
Portsmouth senior Nikki Merrill writes a letter to running following her career as a high school athlete
Matthew Boling, the nation's top sprinter and the fastest high school athlete at 100 meters all conditions all-time, tries to sum up what his senior season was like in 2019.
In our latest Dear Running essay, Wilmington Friends senior Connor Nisbet digs deeper into his time with the sport
Innovation Academy Charter (MA) senior Aiden Felty penned an essay about throwing for MileSplit
Indianapolis Warren Central's Prommyse Hoosier has embraced the sport of track and field, and in doing so penned a letter of respect for it in a Dear Running letter for MileSplit
DeSoto's Jalen Drayden details just where the sport of track and field has taken him over his career
Western Branch senior Shadajah Ballard reflected on her experience in track and field, and shared how certain moments have shaped her for the better
A high school coach from Ohio pens a letter to running
St. Thomas Aquinas (KS) senior Katherine Cox writes on how running has helped her find balance
Delia McDade Clay penned a letter to running as she looks to close out her career with Brighton's cross country team
Homestead High School senior Drew Bosley answers your pressing questions about life and running
Corey Kumamoto pens a Dear Running essay after four successful years at Loyola High School
As we open the beginning of the cross country season, Saline's Alexa Stern pens a letter to running
Tacoma Lincoln (WA) High School graduate James Mwaura wrote a letter to MileSplit about running
Betsy Pollard reflected on her journey with running in a love letter to the sport for MileSplit
Before I met you, I was a spectator.
Dear Running, You are the most pure form of the sport
It's funny, the way fate works sometimes.