Cindy Kuzma, Runner's World

Cindy Kuzma

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Chicago, IL, United States

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Recent articles by Cindy:

Ruth Chepngetich Wins the 2021 Chicago Marathon Women’s Title

Emma Bates and Sara Hall round out the podium and lead a strong contingent of American women. → Read More

This Breast Cancer Survivor Is Running the Chicago Marathon—and So Is Her Oncologist

Lindsay Hawker, who went through four surgeries and 15 months of chemo, is ready to tackle her second 26.2. → Read More

After a Spring of Injury and Illness, Keira D’Amato Returns to the Roads This Fall

She had to sit out the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials in June, but now she’s back to race the Chicago Marathon. → Read More

Jenny Simpson’s Advice for Embracing a New Running Challenge

The three-time Olympian excelled in a race 10 times longer than her trademark 1500 meters. Here’s what you can take away from her debut distance effort. → Read More

This Human of New York Finds Peace and Purpose in Running

Meet the nurse practitioner and 31-time marathoner behind the recent HONY story. → Read More

This Book Club Is Faster Than Yours

Read & Run Chicago combines running shoes and stories for a truly unique experience. → Read More

Elaine Thompson-Herah wins the women’s 200 metres at the 2021 Olympics

Namibia’s Christine Mboma took silver and American Gabby Thomas won the bronze. → Read More

How to Watch the Olympics Without Cable

No box or login? No problem. Here’s how to catch every track and field event from Tokyo. This is the complete 2021 Olympic streaming guide. → Read More

Emily Sisson’s 7 Secrets for Nailing a Tough Race

She’s as mentally tough as anyone—here’s how she kept her head in the race. → Read More

This Sprinter Wants to Tackle Health Disparities—But First, the Olympic Trials

When the pandemic paused competitions, Gabby Thomas hit fast-forward on her graduate degree in public health. Now, she’s charging full steam ahead toward the Trials. → Read More

The 2021 U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials, by the Numbers

From the youngest athlete to the largest event, here are some stats to geek out over ahead of the long-awaited track meet. → Read More

18 Months Ago, Lauren Paquette Changed Everything About Her Training

Her cross-country move and new training group has helped her build endurance and confidence for her third appearance in the U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials. → Read More

Kalena Clauer Continues to Run Even With Half a Lung and No Thyroid

Kalena Clauer has faced two difficult diagnoses in her teen years. Running has remained a constant. → Read More

How You Can Run to Support Victims of the Boulder Shooting

Print a bib and donate funds to families and survivors—including elite runner Maggie Montoya. → Read More

These Men Ran and Biked Across the Country for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

They traveled from Washington State to Plymouth Rock in Massachusetts—and they’re not done yet. → Read More

How to learn to love the treadmill

Here's why the treadmill can be a valuable training companion, whatever the weather. → Read More

Welcome to Last Lap Cornerstore, Chicago’s Black-Owned Running Store on the South Side

Ian Gonzalez was tired of traveling out of his way for gels—so he built the space he wanted to see. → Read More

London Marathon elites prove every runner needs a strong finishing kick

Here’s how you can build the strength and power to surge like Sara Hall and Shura Kitata. → Read More

Menopause and Running

Here are some of the answers to your questions about menopause and running. → Read More

6 Steps to Running a Great Time Trial

You can learn from the pros who are setting PRs this summer, without the benefit of official races. → Read More