Christa Sgobba, Runner's World

Christa Sgobba

Runner's World

Emmaus, PA, United States

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Past articles by Christa:

After Salazar Ban, Nike Shuts Down Oregon Project

Less than two weeks after Alberto Salazar received his four-year ban, Nike has announced the team will be shuttered. → Read More

NASCAR Star Jimmie Johnson Finishes Boston in 3:09

The race came less than 48 hours after he took on the Toyota Owners 400 at the Richmond Raceway. → Read More

Desiree Linden Finishes Fifth at Boston Marathon After Last Year’s Victory

Two Americans finished in the top five in the race. → Read More

Daniel Romanchuk Is Youngest Man Ever to Win Wheelchair Division at Boston

He is also the first American man to win the race in nearly 30 years. → Read More

Big Papi Is Pretty Sure He Could Have Run Boston in His Prime

The Red Sox legend also reveals which former teammate he really thinks could have crushed the marathon. → Read More

The Sports Bra You Need When You Want to Run in Something More Than a Bra

The crop silhouette gives you more coverage without adding in layers. → Read More

Our Favorite Social Media Moments During the NYC Marathon

Fans were delighted and ready to share their love for all 50,000-plus runners as they traversed all five boroughs of New York. → Read More

16 High-Folate Foods to Add to Your Diet

Folate is a B-vitamin that helps our bodies run smoothly, and it occurs naturally in many food groups, especially dark, leafy vegetables, beans, peas, and nuts. Here are 16 high-folate foods to add to your diet. → Read More

Best Gifts for Husband

Think beyond the tie and power tools. We have you covered with the 12 best gifts every husband will love. → Read More

High Blood Pressure and Other Side Effects of Intense Exercise

That killer workout might have bumped up your blood pressure. Here's when you actually need to worry. → Read More

Let the ‘Usain Bolt of Pug Racing’ Inspire Your Speedwork

Emma the pug took home her third straight race title on Saturday. What’s your excuse? → Read More

Weight Loss Tips: Test Your Knowledge On The Best Strategies

Trying to keep up with the latest nutrition science can give you whiplash. Take this quiz about weight loss tips and strategies and learn to make the right choices. → Read More

15 Ways to Be More Attractive, According to Science

It's not about looking like Ryan Gosling. It's about a state of mind. → Read More

Cyclist Finds Injured Puppy, Carries Pooch on His Back to Safety

A group of cyclists found an injured puppy in Columbus, Georgia, and carried him back to safety on their bikes. → Read More

No, Tracking Your Heart Rate When Taking Drugs Won’t Keep You Safe

Some people are using heart rate monitors on activity trackers to monitor drug use. Here's why that's not safe for your heart. → Read More

Here’s How Many Miles Joey Chestnut Must Run to Burn Off Those 74 Hot Dogs

Joey Chestnut credits his running routine for powering through the hot dog eating contest. → Read More

9 Ways to Get Rid of a Cold Sore Fast

There is no cure for cold sores, but you can follow this tips to make your blisters disappear faster. → Read More

Is Your Semen Volume Normal? Here's How to Tell.

A weak dribble might say something serious about your health. → Read More

​10 Adult ADHD Symptoms Every Impulsive, Procrastinating Guy Must Know

​Adult ADHD symptoms can be easy to spot if you know what you're looking for. Here's what you need to know. → Read More

Your Headache Might Increase Your Risk of a Heart Attack Or Stroke

​Migraines raise your risk of heart attack and stroke, a new study finds. Here's what you need to know to stay safe. → Read More