Jessica Stratton writes about the comparison game athletes sometimes feel in training and competition. She offers helpful tips to overcome that.
University of Delaware student-athlete Jessica Stratton writes about the athletes's relationship to food, and why it's so important
Having a process-oriented approach and a full-hearted belief in yourself will not only help you reach your biggest goals, but also surpass them.
As you develop as a young runner, you might have some ideas on how you should look. I'm here to tell you differently.
Puberty is important, and the reality is that running can significantly impact our bodies ability to undergo these processes if we do not care for our bodies pr
Working towards a goal is a process that occurs over time, with a specific plan that allows us to chase our dreams and enjoy the process.
A lot of us have big dreams in this sport, but there is a very falsely projected, singular path to get there that does not consider the many other factors that
How well do you know Natasha Hastings, the Olympic gold medalist?
Bianca Knight, the 2012 Olympic gold medalist and world record holder in the 4x100m, wanted a way to give back to the state of Mississippi and can with a meet.
Old Saybrook's (CT) graduate, Jessica Stratton speaks out about her difficult journey to make a difference and inspire female athletes to live a positive life.
University of Delaware runner Jessica Stratton outlines some key insights to help coach young women in track and field
Jessica Stratton opens up about her experiences with disordered eating and the perils of trying to balancing health and well being along with success in running
We had some of the nation's top female athletes answer the question, 'who is your track and field role model?'
We had some of the nation's top female athletes answer the question, 'who is your role model outside of running?'
We had some of the nation's top female athletes answer the question, 'What does Women's History Month mean to you?'
University of Alabama assistant coach Carmelita Jeter has embraced the next step in her journey in track and field
Abby Steiner, the collegiate record holder in the 200m, shares what it meant for to win her first NCAA title and what Women's History Month means to her.
After being named Mountain Region Women’s Coach of the Year, Diljeet Taylor of BYU shares how she wants to be remembered as a female coach.
In honor of International Women's Day on Monday, March 8, Natasha Hastings will host a panel with prominent athletes to share their stories.
TrackGirlz, a nonprofit organization, was created in 2015 by 2008 Olympian Mechelle Freeman to create a space for female athletes to flourish in the sport.
Maddie Kopp shares her journey from being a former gymnast to an Under Armour 800m runner.
Jazmine Fray shared how her years in college helped her to instill belief in herself as a professional athlete.
MileSplit had a chance to sit down with the 2016 Olympian Priscilla Frederick-Loomis on her journey to being her authentic self
Priscilla Frederick-Loomis knew she wanted to entertain on Broadway, but found another path of doing that through HJ
Brown Brown, the No. 1 runner on the MileSplit50 rankings, shared her challenges and difficult moments over the years to form her into the athlete she is today
Former Cypress Springs' coach shared her journey, mental health, and why she created the Damani Gibson Foundation in honor of her son's passing.
Brie Oakley, the 2017 Gatorade Athlete of the Year for Colorado, joined in conversation with Olivia Ekpone about facing challenges and being more educated.
Raevyn Rogers, collegiate record holder in the 800m, reflects on her time as an Oregon Duck and winning her first NCAA outdoor title in the 800m
Raevyn Rogers, the 2017 Bowerman Award winner from the University of Oregon, shares how she's been growing during these last few months.
Emma Rogers, a 2019 graduate of Hidden Valley High School in Roanoke, penned a powerful essay on her struggles with eating and body image