Kathrine Switzer: First Woman to Enter the Boston Marathon

Kathrine Switzer: First Woman to Enter the Boston Marathon

by MaryAnne Gucciardi April 14, 2018 1 min read

5 Running Tips for Non-Runners

by Celia July 29, 2015 2 min read

Since my mother is such a powerful and voracious runner, I’m often asked “do you run?” The inquiry always puzzles me. Am I talented at running? No. Do I have what is traditionally considered a runner’s body type? Probably not. Recently, though, I’ve been really inspired by body-positive campaigns that work to divorce physical activities ...

My Mother Never Ceases to Amaze Me

by Celia July 25, 2015 1 min read

Let me begin by saying my mother is the coolest woman I know. She is a loyal friend, dedicated teacher, and incredible parent. One of the greatest loves of her life is running, but she wasn’t always the talented distance athlete she is now. Growing up, she was an actress, French enthusiast, and a cheerleader. When ...

Review: Athletic Gear for Tweens

by MaryAnne Gucciardi May 13, 2015 1 min read

Tami M., aka The Colorado Mountain Mom, recently shared her excitement at discovering Dragonwing girlgear. After her tween daughter  wore  our  Chill Weight capri leggings and Un-Tee Sports Cami for gymnastics and running for a whole month, Tami announced, “We love Dragonwing girlgear!” “Making active wear clothing for tween girls to feel comfortable and special is ...

Inspiration & Fun with Girls on the Run

by MaryAnne Gucciardi April 16, 2015 1 min read

If it were possible to capture the positive energy, strength, and inspiration at the Girls on the Run 5K last weekend, we could fuel the world forever! The 5K was the culminating event of the year for more than 800 girls who’ve participated in Girls on the Run this year. Nearly 2,500 runners participated — ...

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