Keep up or change lanes. Long before @CamLevins was known for speed, he was respected for miles. Cam was once known for running up to four times a day, every day. Those four-a-days eventually led to the Olympics and even a 10k Canadian Record. Today, he logs the same miles, but at much higher speeds. #sofast
We’re lacing up to scout the final #flashrun course here in Portland. Where will you be running tomorrow night? Runners all over the world, join in to make your run count more on 12.21. Get involved by clicking the link in our bio. #justdoit
"It's not a job." Between a full-time training and school schedule, clocking splits can start to feel like clocking in. That's not the way @runmarycain sees it. She started running at Bronxville High School for the same reason she runs today - she loves it. Spend a day training with Mary, her Oregon Project teammates, and Coach Alberto Salazar from the link in our bio.
Love the lighting style on this one Meet our toughest critic. Mo Farah teamed up with the Nike Sport Research Lab to teach us a thing or two about speed. He wanted a faster toe-off. A faster response. A faster finish. And we delivered. See the fastest #nikepegasus yet from the link in our bio.
Your miles don't define you. You do. This week, we're taking in the #NikeWomen Showcase, a celebration of the lifestyle of sport and fitness for women. We ran from one inspiring session to another, ending with @nikenyc's Track Day and a guest appearance by Olympian @johnsonthompson.
We're coming up on the ﬁnal week as we prepare for 12.21. The darkest night of the year can be the most active night of the year—and we're making that activity count more. Hit the link in our bio to join the #ﬂashrun movement.