Dedicated to the run
Margo Malone on mastering her maiden marathon
On Athlete Margo Malone smashed her debut marathon, winning on a cold and wet Zurich course by nearly four minutes. We sit down for a Q&A with the newly crowned champion.
Ask the expert: Marathon Nutrition
Ben Samuels MSc, Performance Nutritionist at Science in Sport, answers the questions you always wanted to ask about fueling your marathon – from training, to the big race and recovery.
Long-distance advice from marathoner Nico Montanez
Up-and-coming marathoner Nico Montanez runs 26.2 miles in under 2:15. Here he shares his nutrition and rest-day tips for long-distance runners.
Why the marathon?
You don’t take on 26.2 miles without a reason. Everyone who runs a marathon has a ‘why’. And everyone else asks “why”?! So why is marathon distance so iconic? We asked elite On athletes for their answers.
5K specialist Sandie Raines on balancing your running goals
The 23-year-old has overcome her first major injury and the passing of her father this year as she strives to become one of the best 5K runners in America.
Margo Malone on having a running support network
The 25-year-old cross-country runner, previously an NCAA All-American at Syracuse University, stresses the importance of surrounding yourself with people who support your running pursuits.
Sarah Attar’s global legacy in the running community
The two-time Olympian, who was invited to compete for Saudi Arabia at the London 2012 and Rio 2016 Games, explains how running’s message can be universal.
Andrew Kastor on the tight-knit Mammoth Track Club
The head coach and husband of Olympic marathon medalist Deena Kastor shares what makes his high-altitude elite running club – which just entered a new partnership with On – so unique on the global stage.
On Track with Mammoth Track Club
As one of the most historic and highly decorated elite running groups in the United States, On is thrilled to announce our new sponsorship deal with the Mammoth Track Club.