TRACK AND FIELD

Is Mindful Running the New Yoga?

A new industry is promising the benefits of meditation to runners who can’t sit still.

Can This Ultra-Orthodox Mother of Five Run All the Way to the Olympics?

Beatie Deutsch first went on a fun run to stay in shape four years ago.

This 15-Year-Old Could Be America's Next Great Sprinter

North Carolina high school sophomore Kayla Davis has a pro career and 2020 in her sights.

OZY TV

Real Talk Real Change

Compelling conversations on race to meet the moment.

The Coach Behind Many of the World’s Greatest Runners

Haji Adilo and his brothers are the coaching minds behind the runners to watch in many marathons.

Getting the Bosnian Slaughter to Stop ... in Boston

A teacher’s inspiring tale about a refugee who could run like the wind, but was not as keen on studying.

The Botswanan Sensation With 400-Meter Olympic Dreams

Baboloki Thebe took up running just five years ago, and he’s already ignited the hopes of a nation.

Caster Semenya and the Trouble With Testosterone

How did the track in track and field become a battlefield for figuring out what precisely are the parameters of “natural”?.

A Love Letter to the Former Mr. Bruce Jenner

On the heels of Olympic greatness, decathlete Bruce Jenner was making the TV-show victory circuit.

The Ultra-Runner Empowering Women in Conflict Countries

Even a life-threatening accident can’t stop activist and ultra-marathoner Stephanie Case.

OZY PODCAST

When Katty Met Carlos

From the BBC and OZY comes a fresh perspective on the debate about America’s future as a nation and its relation to the world during the 2020 US election.

Seven Marathons in Seven Days ... Legally Blind? Bring It On

Sinead Kane is the first visually impaired athlete to complete the World Marathon Challenge.

The Holocaust Survivor Who Set an Unbreakable World Record

Shaul Ladany survived the Holocaust and the 1972 Munich massacre, and at 81, he’s still pounding the pavement every day.

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