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U.S. women runners are on fire right now. Why are most of them coached by men?

Ahead of the Boston Marathon, three of pro running's female giants discuss the country's chances (they're very good) of finally ending a 33-year dry spell

International federations are putting quotas and policies in place to encourage gender parity at the highest levels. How much change will come of it? 

She just made her first national team—after 13 failed attempts