Summer Sanders put her training and her race behind her, finishing the Disney Princess Half Marathon on Sunday. She's taking a break to admire her medal before she plans her next big race.
As she trains for the Disney Princess Half Marathon, Summer Sanders chats with Olympian Kara Goucher for tips on workouts, injuries and balancing motherhood with running.
After hours on the treadmill, Summer Sanders is all set to take on Heartbreak Hill and the 26.2 miles of the Boston Marathon.
Summer Sanders finished the Disney's Princess Half Marathon and now has a new goal -- the Boston Marathon.
Summer Sanders enjoyed her race and spending time with her son, who ran the 5K.
Summer Sanders gives her last few tips for making race day great.
Summer Sanders has reached her race week and has a few tips for what you should be eating and drinking.
Summer Sanders has reached her race week and has a few tips for final preparations -- and lists -- you should be making to ensure you put your best foot forward at the starting line.
Race day will be a stress-filled whirlwind -- if you let it. Find your happy place to help you cross the finish line.
With the hard work behind her, Summer Sanders is trying to enjoy every last second before her race, taking some tips from her son and focusing on little things that will pay off big.
With less than two weeks remaining to race day, Summer Sanders is taking it slow on the track and curbing her appetite so she's at her best when she hits the starting line.
Summer Sanders is getting more and more excited for Disney's Princess Half Marathon, but she knows she has to keep one thing in check: herself.
Running shouldn't make you anxious. Keep it in perspective, and you'll have as much fun on the course as Summer Sanders does.
As a more seasoned runner and competitor, Summer Sanders has learned to push herself to the point of completion, not exhaustion, and congratulate herself along the way.
Remember, running should be like kid's play. Summer Sanders shares the things that keep her feeling young at heart (training with a 5-year-old helps).
Summer Sanders knows she's far from elite at this stage in her career, but she doesn't let that slow her down. Her reason for running? Herself.