Is High School Running in Need of a Reckoning?
As more programs encourage young athletes to train like professionals, female runners report problems with restrictive eating, irregular menstrual cycles, and long-term bone damage.
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Age Grade CalculatorBy Ashley Mateo
Be a Champion for Black Runners By Becoming a Disruptor
“Being disruptive and saying the thing that needs to be said is like training for a marathon or lifting weights: It’s not that it gets easier, but you get stronger.”