Running for Boston in Pittsburgh
Dick's Sporting Goods #RunFor
True stories of triumph, loss, friendship, redemption, and the simple love of running. Every runner has a reason. What's yours?
Tony Clark, a #RunFor veterans
Marine veteran Tony Clark decided to train for the Badwater Ultramarathon by building a heat box in his Wichita, Kansas garage. Every runner has a reason. What's yours?
Julia Chase and a #RunFor joy
In 1961, despite the efforts of the race organizers, Julia Chase became the first woman to compete in the Manchester Road Race.
From morbidly obese to the Boston Marathon
The story of Roger Wright, a man who went from 318 pounds to Boston Marathon finisher.
Chris Solarz, running for simplicity
Chris Solarz hasn't taking the subway to work in more than nine years, choosing that time to run his commute instead. Chris chooses to #RunFor simplicity.
Asmeret and her #RunFor family
Asmeret Berhe, a mother of two whose day begins before the world is awake, runs for her family. Every runner has a reason. What's yours?
Lisa and Sally #RunFor each other
At 25, Sally’s husband passed away from an aggressive form of cancer. Grief and depression left her incapacitated. Until she met Lisa. Until she met running.
Steve Bell's reason for running
Steve Bell runs because he knows that someday, he won't be able to. What do you run for?