Texas' Beverly Kearney is one of the most decorated track and field coaches in the country -- and there's a reason for that. When the Hall of Famer wants something, she usually gets it.
After barely missing out on the 2008 Olympics and battling postpartum depression, world-champion 400-meter hurdler Lashinda Demus is speeding toward London.
Surgery sidelined hurdler Lolo Jones for much of 2011. espnW caught up with Jones, who discussed recovery, training ... and how spine pain can kill a hot date.
U.S. record holder and Olympic hopeful Kara Patterson is determined to put javelin on the map in Daegu, South Korea, this month -- even if she has to do it by herself.
Not too many people can say they've run a marathon -- let alone seven of them, on seven different continents. But for Kelly Hansen, it's the places that make the races worthwhile.
Ingrid Kantola was an elite pole vaulter in college, but she credits the intense training of CrossFit with giving her the strength to bounce back from open-heart surgery.