Ali Smith, 43, first began amassing limited edition treats 20 years ago, and her collection is now 250 pieces strong.
Kaitlyn Curran had reached mile 16 of her first ever marathon when her boyfriend got down on one knee.
Dozens of women in Cairo participated recently in the country’s first plus-size marathon, proving that larger ladies can be in excellent physical shape and worthy of their society’s respect.
With the world’s largest marathon, the TCS New York City Marathon, happening on Yahoo Beauty’s front steps this Sunday, we’ve consulted the foot care experts — a podologist (a medical pedicure expert) a physical therapist, a personal trainer, a podiatrist, and a nail salon owner. Before the Marathon Get proper footwear “That doesn’t mean expensive footwear,” Portland-based physical therapist Alice Holland, who has run two marathons and regularly works with runners, tells Yahoo Beauty. “Draw an outline of your foot, and make sure that outline can fit into the shoe fit that you’re buying.” Like wearing pointy-toed stilettos, wearing too-tight running shoes can cause an unattractive deformity called “hallux rigidus,” in which the big toe starts pointing inwards. Get the right socks Santa Monica-based podiatrist Robert Khorramian, DPM, tells Yahoo Beauty that your sock choice matters.
Photo: Courtesy Bank of America 2015 Chicago Marathon A couple started the 2015 Chicago Marathon on Sunday as engaged to be married, and crossed the finish line as husband and wife. Stephanie Reinhart, 35, and Mark Jockel, 46 said “I do” near the 8-mile mark under a white arch decorated with medals from races the pair had run. Reihnart wore a white tennis dress while Jockel paired black shorts with a tuxedo T-shirt.