The Right to Run belongs to all of us. Including women. Historically, women were deemed too weak and fragile to withstand the rigors of running, some even told running could harm their reproductive capabilities. We couldn't officially enter a marathon until 1972 and the women’s marathon wasn’t added to the Olympics until 1984—88 years after the men’s.
We're here to set the record straight. Women are runners. We always have been. And we're certainly not stopping now. Join us.
Third Monday in April provides a scholarship for one girl every year to participate in Girls on the Run. Your purchase from this collection helps us do so. Girls on the Run is a life-changing program for 8- to 13-year-old girls that promotes girl empowerment by teaching life skills through lessons and running.