Kate speaks with Flotrack in their weekly podcast
'It’s almost as if Kim Conley was born to be an Olympian.
Not because of natural athletic gifts or because of a surfeit of grit — she’s got that in spades — but because her body and her body of work as an athlete have seemed perfectly in tune with the Olympic cycle. When the Olympics roll around every four years, Conley, 30, seems to be at her best.'
Watch Kate's post-race interview after finishing 2nd in the USATF High Performance 800 at the Prefontaine Classic
'I was able to catch up with Oiselle’s, Kate Grace, as her season heats up and she heads into the Olympic Trials. We touched on the journey from injury to becoming one of the top 800 / 1500 runners, workouts, advice, drum lessons and soup nights.
Hear Kim's pre-race thoughts leading up to the Hoka Distance Classic 1500m
Kate Grace (1500m) and Kim Conley (5000m) win the women's High Performance races at the 2016 Portland Track Festival at Lewis & Clark College.
By Adele Jackson-Gibson for Excelle Sports
Four years ago we might not have been professional athletes, but we had all the aspirations in the world — some larger than others of course.
By Meg Bellino for Flotrack
Grace made the move to the NorCal Distance Project last June, and has been enjoying a successful 2016. She picked up PBs in the indoor mile (4:28), indoor 1500m (4:06.75) and most recently finished second to Jenny Simpson at Drake Relays in 4:07.15—another new PB!
By Kristin Metcalf for Oiselle
After coming back from altitude training in Flagstaff, Kate and Lauren hit the track at Portland Twilight this past weekend.
Watch Kate's post-race interview after winning the Hoka Distance Classic 1500m