The Race for the Best Jogging Stroller of 2017

If you are a dedicated jogger/runner  the Urban Glide earned high marks in our metrics for Run-ability and Maneuverability.
To determine which strollers are the best for running and which make nice versatile everyday possibilities for parents on-the-go who like to run. It doesn't matter if you are a dedicated runner, or hoping to start a new activity routine, our testing process has all the important information about each stroller so you can find the best choice for your lifestyle and budget. We "ran" tests in metrics like run-ability, ease of use, maneuverability and more to narrow the competition to several impressive award winners.

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Test Results and Ratings

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The BOB Ironman is a fixed wheel stroller with aluminum spoke wheels
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The Baby Trend Expedition won our Best Value award
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Pros Nice quality, easy to use deceleration brakeGreat coverage from weather, comfortable, runs straightHand brake, lots of storage, good for nappingSuper easy to maneuver, low priceUseful parent accesories, easy to push and turn, especially in tight spaces
Cons Harder to turn in tight spaces, difficult to use featuresLonger footprint, and complicated foldTracks poorly when running, heavyHarder to run with, lower qualityHarder to use and run with
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Specs BOB Ironman BOB Sport Utility Mountain Buggy Terrain Baby Trend Expedition Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight
Weight 23.2 lbs 25.2 lbs 27.8 lbs 23.6 lbs 25.9 lbs
Rolling Resistance 140.5 Feet 124.5 Feet 106 Feet 124 Feet 119.9 Feet
Folded Dimensions 25.5"W x 17"H x 42"L 25"W x 17"H x 42"L 25.25"W x 18"H x 38"L 23.5"W x 16.75"H x 33.75"L 25.7W x 16H x 35.3L

Analysis and Award Winners


Review by:
Juliet Spurrier, MD & Carrie Vickers

Last Updated:
Friday
May 5, 2017

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Best Overall Jogging Stroller


Thule Urban Glide


The Thule Urban Glide is a great all around stroller for serious running and simple strolling. Its swivel wheel and zippered storage make it great for navigating errands  and its locking wheel  adjustable tracking  and great suspension make it a top scoring runner. Editors' Choice Award

$399.95
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Great runner
Easy to push and turn
Good quality
Lightweight
No parent console

The Thule Urban Glide has unmatched scores for run-ability and maneuverability with the highest overall score in this group of jogging product. This combination makes the Urban Glide our favorite jogging stroller, and the one we'd most likely recommend to a friend. This stroller also has a strong ease of use score, with ample covered storage, comfortable seating for passengers, and giant canopy, this impressive jogger could work as your everyday stroller. With compelling features like the locking swivel front wheel, passenger stow pockets, simple fold, and competitive price, it is easy to see why this stroller won an Editors' Choice award.

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Best Traditional Jogger


BOB Revolution Flex


Editors' Choice Award

$469.99
(6% off)
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Good for running
Easy to maneuver
Nice quality
Heavier
Higher price
Awkward fold
The BOB Revolution Flex scored a 2nd place rank with a high run-ability score and the second highest score for maneuverability, all of which helped it earn an Editors' Choice award. This high-quality workhorse of the jogging world is a great stroller for those who love to get outside and get moving, even off the beaten path. The Revolution has adjustable tracking and handlebar, a locking swivel front wheel, and adjustable suspension, offering everything a serious runner will want and everything the typical parent will need. We think this is a great choice for going off-road thanks to the adjustable suspension the Thule Urban Glide doesn't have.

Read review: BOB Revolution Flex

Best for a Tight Budget


Baby Trend Expedition


The Baby Trend Expedition won our Best Value award Best Value Award

$102.99
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Low price
Easy to push and turn
Easy to use
Not the best for running
Lower quality
The Baby Trend Expedition is a good everyday stroller for parents who may want to jog occasionally. This stroller earned good scores for maneuverability, weight and folded size, and ease of use making it a good choice for everyday strolling and moving off the beaten path. Unfortunately, it only scored a 5 of 10 for run-ability and lacks the tracking and suspension required for a genuinely good running stroller. It is designed with jogging in mind and will manage the occasional jog, but serious runners will likely find it lacking. The Expedition is a nice budget-friendly stroller that gives parents the look-and-feel of a jogging stroller with features that make it suitable for everyday use, without spending more money if running isn't really their thing.

Read review: Baby Trend Expedition

Top Pick for Versatility


Thule Chariot Cross 2 with Jogging Kit


Top Pick Award

$999.95
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Good for running
Easy to use
Works for a variety of activities
Higher price
Wider width
The Thule Chariot Cross 2 with Jog Kit is the Swiss Army Knife of strollers and won a Top Pick award for Outdoor Versatility.This trailer style stroller earned higher scores than the option it replaced, and we loved the improved features and functionality. This two-seater bike trailer is good for strolling, jogging, cross-country skiing, and biking with the right accessories (sold separately). If you love the outdoors and staying active, and aren't sure how you will keep your old habits after your baby arrives, then this is the stroller for your family. This stroller is probably not the best solution for every family; with a price tag close to $1000 you should be confident that outdoor adventures are in your future. However, if you love being outdoors, we think you will enjoy sharing it with your baby in this all-purpose strolling dynamo.

Read review: Thule Chariot Cross 2 with Jog Kit

Top Pick for Ease of Use


Burley Solstice


Top Pick Award

$358.18
(10% off)
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Super easy to use
Good for running
Better quality
Heavier
No parent console
The Burley Solstice earned a 4th place rank in this review, receiving the top score for ease of use and good scores for run-ability, maneuverability, and quality. The Burley's well-rounded performance and easy to use features helped it earn a Top Pick award for Ease of Use, and we can see why it is quickly becoming a parent favorite. This stroller has a large storage bin, easy fold, pop open harness, and super easy to use intuitive features that function well. The Burley impressed testers with a thoughtful design that keeps parents and passengers in mind.

Read review: Burley Solstice

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$400
Editors' Choice Award
A favorite jogger that offers great run-ability and can work for everyday use
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$500
Editors' Choice Award
Tough jogger good for every day errands with great run-ability
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Great jogger with impressive performance but it is harder to turn than the Urban Glide
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Top Pick Award
Super easy to use jogger that can pull double duty as your full-size stroller
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Top Pick Award
Rugged adventure trailer, good for running, biking and more
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Limited maneuverability in small places hurt this otherwise nice stroller
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Nice choice made with high quality materials but it isn't great in small spaces
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$600
Heavier weight and poor tracking make it a bad choice for serious runners
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Best Value Award
Really nice stroller for the price but not great for avid runners
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$299
Lack of adjustable tracking left us with a jogger that was hard to keep on track
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$430
Disappointing runner that is hard to use and carry
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$380
Exhausting to run with and keep on track making it a poor option for dedicated runners
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$240
Disappointing run-ability and significant wheel wobble make it a poor choice for runners
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$190
Worst run-ability in our tests and hard to push and turn even while walking
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$160
Better option than the Tourismo, but it lacks true run-ability
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Very hard to run with and the fixed wheel makes it difficult to navigate

Analysis and Test Results


We purchased 16 of the top jogging strollers and tested them over several months to determine which products were truly a cut above the rest. We put the products in this review through the paces they are likely to face during ordinary use. We literally ran these strollers with multiple testers and assessed every nook and cranny side-by-side. Our tests are designed to glean all the details parents need to know about jogging strollers when deciding what to buy. The table above provides an overview of how all of the options ranked compared to the competition.

Some of the top jogging strollers we tested (Grand Safari  Burley Solstice  Mountain Buggy Terrain  and Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight not pictured)
Some of the top jogging strollers we tested (Grand Safari, Burley Solstice, Mountain Buggy Terrain, and Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight not pictured)

In-house lab test results and user experiences influence scores in each metrics, and the metric scores are combined to determine overall scores and rank. The metric scores are weighted to favor what is actually important when it comes to strollers for jogging; considerations like run-ability and ease of use carry more weight in the overall score because being good for running is why most parents consider a jogger.

Jogging Safety
You should never run with your baby until they are at least 8 months old for smooth concrete or paved paths and 12-18 months for bumpy/hiking terrain (discuss with your child's pediatrician). Read more about this safety concern in our Buying Advice article.

The Thule Urban Glide earned the top score for run-ability thanks to an adjustable handlebar that creates better running biomechanics and adjustable tracking to help keep the stroller on course.
The Thule Urban Glide earned the top score for run-ability thanks to an adjustable handlebar that creates better running biomechanics and adjustable tracking to help keep the stroller on course.

Run-ability


We test each jogging option for run-ability with several different users including a professional runner. After all, the goal of this kind of product is to run with baby and enjoy yourself while doing it.

The front wheel on the BOB Revolution Flex can be locked by moving the red ball and the tracking can be adjusted by turning the black knob below the wheel lock.
The front wheel on the BOB Revolution Flex can be locked by moving the red ball and the tracking can be adjusted by turning the black knob below the wheel lock.

How easy a stroller is to run with is impacted by whether or not the stroller offers adjustable tracking, adjustable handlebar, shocks, and quality manufacturing that brings all the parts together with little flex and low tolerance for variations or flaws. We looked for strollers that ran straight, offered great running biomechanics, and were not difficult to push or tilt back to turn.


The BOB Revolution Flex and the Thule Urban Glide both earned the high score for this metric with 9s. The BOB Revolution Flex is easy to push, has adjustable tracking, suspension and handlebar. The Thule Urban Glide offers an adjustable handlebar, rear shocks for a smooth ride, and adjustable tracking with the best rolling resistance in the group. If running is your thing, it is hard to go wrong with these top performers. The hardest product to run with in our tests is the Graco FastAction Fold Jogger. This stroller lacks adjustable tracking, is heavy, and difficult to keep on course. Our professional runner felt this stroller was a non-starter due to its lack of shocks (and we agree). The Thule Chariot Cross 2 earned a second place score for running making it an improvement over the previous trailer it replaced.

The Burley Solstice storage bin is extra-large  holds up to 15 lbs  and has easy access from the back and sides. While not the largest in the review  nor covered  the Solstice bin is super easy to use.
The Burley Solstice storage bin is extra-large, holds up to 15 lbs, and has easy access from the back and sides. While not the largest in the review, nor covered, the Solstice bin is super easy to use.

Ease-of-Use


The ease of use metric covers features that make using the stroller easier or allow you to use it for more than just running. Some of the products in the review included lots of features like parent consoles and child trays. However, most of the higher scoring models didn't offer many additional features because they dedicated to running and extra features add weight, something you don't want when running.


The higher a product rates in this metric, the more enjoyable it will be to use for the most part. Despite not offering all the bells and whistles, most have some kind of storage, a quick access pocket or console, and a canopy that covers baby.

The sunshade on the BOB Revolution Flex 2016 is very large and covers more of your little one than the competition.
The sunshade on the BOB Revolution Flex 2016 is very large and covers more of your little one than the competition.

Sunshade


All of the products have a canopy or shade for protection from the sun and weather. The better strollers have a canopy that is large enough to cover the passenger and adjust for better protection. The canopies on the BOB strollers are some of the biggest in the bunch, with a great peek-a-boo window, and coverage over the entire seat. The Thule Glide, Thule Urban Glide, and the Burley Solstice all have large canopies that cover almost the same territory as the BOBs. The Thule shades also have a pop out mesh visor that increases sun protection without blocking the view.

The canopy on the Glide is a nice looking large sunshade with covered peek-a-boo window that rotates down for low setting sun or oncoming wind
The peek-a-boo window on the Ironman has a canvas cover that attaches with hook and loop closure or can be tucked into the pocket for a clean look when open
The Schwinn Arrow has a small sun shade  small peek-a-boo window  and sort of a weird useless clear sun visor
The canopy on the Burley looks smaller  but covers the same amount of real estate as the impressive canopies on the BOB strollers.
 
The photos above show some of the canopies in this review. From left to right they are Thule Glide, BOB Ironman, Schwinn Arrow, and the Burley Solstice.

The Burley Solstice has one of the easiest folds in the group with a one-handed operation that also self-stands or sits on its wheels to keep the stroller cleaner. However  the final package is still on the large side compared to some of the competition.
The Burley Solstice has one of the easiest folds in the group with a one-handed operation that also self-stands or sits on its wheels to keep the stroller cleaner. However, the final package is still on the large side compared to some of the competition.

Fold and Unfold


We test for how easy each stroller is to fold and unfold. The Graco FastAction Fold earned a 10 for ease of folding, with the Burley Solstice earning a 9. Folding and unfolding are important considerations if you need to do this frequently for commuting or storing; folding one-handed, quickly, or having the stroller self-stand are important considerations for folding.

The under seat storage bin of the Thule Urban Glide is easy to access and the zippered top helps keep items clean and safe from falling out. The additional back zipper pocket can be used for smartphones and keys.
The under seat storage bin of the Thule Urban Glide is easy to access and the zippered top helps keep items clean and safe from falling out. The additional back zipper pocket can be used for smartphones and keys.

Storage


All of the products offer storage of some kind. The storage on the Thule Urban Glide is large enough for our large diaper bag and it has a zippered waterproof cover that prevents contents from falling out or getting dirty. The Mountain Buggy Terrain has the highest allowable weight limit at 22 lbs, and it has pockets on the bin for organizing and a zippered mesh cover that will keep items contained, but not clean or dry. In addition to the under seat bin, some of the products offered rear back pockets and inside passenger stow pockets. All of the Thule and BOB strollers offer this, as does the Mountain Buggy Terrain, and Burley Solstice.

The under seat storage bin does hold a large diaper bag  but it is hard to access because the handlebar sticks out so far
The storage bin on the Terrain has a mesh zippered cover.
The bar across the middle of the Joovy storage bin  coupled with the strap down the back  make it a bin that is hard to access and fully utilize.
 

The photos above show some of the storage bins side-by-side for comparison; from left to right they are: the simple BOB Sport Utility, the mesh covered Mountain Buggy Terrain, and the bar blocked access of the Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight.

Additional features are nice to have  like the parent console on the Baby Trend Expedition  but it is hard to utilize a cup holder while running  so keep your list of must have features to the bare minimum.
Additional features are nice to have, like the parent console on the Baby Trend Expedition, but it is hard to utilize a cup holder while running, so keep your list of must have features to the bare minimum.

Some of the products offered parent consoles and child trays. During testing, we felt the parent consoles were more of a hassle than an asset when running. Parents who run regularly might find items falling out of a cup holder annoying. Parents who run errands might feel lost without the cup holder and other storage features. Where you fall on this spectrum and how much you use them is up to you. The Mountain Buggy Terrain has the nicest hydration holders by way of long water bottle sleeves that are easy to use and keep bottles in place.

The dual water bottle holders on the Terrain are unique to Mountain Buggy strollers  and we think the sleeves are some of the best hydration holders on the market.
The dual water bottle holders on the Terrain are unique to Mountain Buggy strollers, and we think the sleeves are some of the best hydration holders on the market.

For safety sake we recommend that parents do not utilize cup holders when running. In our tests, almost every cup holder failed to hold a standard water bottle and most ended up falling out and landing on our "baby."

The Thule Urban Glide seat back reclines flat enough for cozy napping. most of the products in this review offer a deep recline and fixed leg rest seats.
The Thule Urban Glide seat back reclines flat enough for cozy napping. most of the products in this review offer a deep recline and fixed leg rest seats.

Seat


All of the seats recline and most recline with a one-handed operation. While baby should only be at a slight angle when running, it's nice to know that most of the strollers recline far enough for a cozy nap. None of the leg rests are adjustable, but most are padded and slope down to nice footrests. We preferred products with a sling style seat for added comfort, and those with suspension scored higher than those without.

Ease of Setup


Ease of setup is not the most important metric in the group because with any luck you'll only be doing this operation once. The Thule Glide and Thule Urban Glide both set up with no tools and assembly consisted of sliding wheels on and not much else. If you're worried you will get overwhelmed with parts, tools, and poor manuals, then either one should work well for you.

The Burley Solstice earned a higher than average score for maneuverability  but the Thule Urban Glide and BOB Revolution Flex earned higher scores.
The Burley Solstice earned a higher than average score for maneuverability, but the Thule Urban Glide and BOB Revolution Flex earned higher scores.

Maneuverability


Maneuverability is something most parents expect from a stroller, and jogging products are no exception. While you might be willing to forgive a fixed wheel running stroller for its inability to make tight turns, it isn't as easy to forgive swivel wheel options for being too big to navigate a small space. Depending on the type of journey and the intended terrain, you may have to make concessions on what you are willing to accept to get the performance you want.


Each product was put through the same course and used on the same trails and paths. We tested products on and off the pavement, concrete, dirt trails, grass, and around an obstacle course to see which offered the most diverse maneuverability. In short, a locking swivel wheel stroller is the best for parents who want to run regularly and use their stroller for everyday use.

The lightweight aluminum wheels on the Thule Glide have minimal spokes and are easy to put on and take off by pushing the blue button. The Thule wheels are very sturdy and connected well  which helped created nice tight turns.
The lightweight aluminum wheels on the Thule Glide have minimal spokes and are easy to put on and take off by pushing the blue button. The Thule wheels are very sturdy and connected well, which helped created nice tight turns.

All of the strollers we looked at have larger rubber pneumatic tires. The main differences between whether or not a stroller earns top marks in this metric have everything to do with whether or not it has a swivel front wheel. The Thule Urban Glide earned the high score in this metric of 9. It managed to navigate our obstacle course with ease, but once the front wheel is locked, it still is relatively easy to maneuver and turn than the totally fixed wheel options. The worst scoring product in this metric is the Graco FastAction Fold Jogger. It is so difficult to maneuver that we had trouble with the locked and swivel wheel.

The quality of the Thule Urban Glide shows through in every detail  from the seamless way the fabric connects the frame to the zippered under seat storage bin with back of the bin storage pocket.
The quality of the Thule Urban Glide shows through in every detail, from the seamless way the fabric connects the frame to the zippered under seat storage bin with back of the bin storage pocket.

Quality


For quality, we looked for products that were well made, used nice durable materials, and looked like they could stand the test of time through multiple children. Some of the materials are nice quality, including ripstop fabric and lightweight aluminum, while other materials are heavier steel and plastic connectors. We considered materials, stitching, frames, flexing, wheel design, connection points, and any exposed rivets or unique designs.

With bunched up fabric and exposed connection points  the fit and finish on the Baby Trend Expedition isn't as good as some of the higher scoring models in this review.
With bunched up fabric and exposed connection points, the fit and finish on the Baby Trend Expedition isn't as good as some of the higher scoring models in this review.

The highest ranking products for quality were the Thule and BOB strollers. These two brands offered strollers that were well designed, thoughtfully constructed, and used parts and materials that are durable and look good.


The fabric for these strollers have a tight weave and are snag resistant. The fit to the frame is tight, and in some places has no visible ends. These strollers have stiff frames with little to no flex, and suspension and connections that increase performance. The Burley Solstice and the Mountain Buggy Terrain were close in quality with scores of 8, just below the 9s for the BOB strollers and the Thule Urban Glide, and 10 for the Thule Glide.

The Thule Urban Glide has a nice compact fold with the wheels removed and is one of the lighter options in the group. The Thule Glide is lighter  but folds larger thanks to the fixed front wheel forks. If a stroller is too heavy for you to lift  or doesn't fit in your car  you aren't likely to use it very often.
The Thule Urban Glide has a nice compact fold with the wheels removed and is one of the lighter options in the group. The Thule Glide is lighter, but folds larger thanks to the fixed front wheel forks. If a stroller is too heavy for you to lift, or doesn't fit in your car, you aren't likely to use it very often.

Weight and Folded Size


The jogging products vary in weight between about 20 to 32 lbs. While neither of those weights constitutes a struggle for some, others might wish they had opted for a lighter stroller. It may not sound like a big difference, but holding a stroller out from your body as you juggle it into a trunk might be more than you want to do. We think less is more when it comes to stroller weight, and if your plan includes folding your jogger in half and taking it to new locations, you probably want to consider one of the lighter options. The Thule Glide is the lightest in the review at 20.4 lbs and the Thule Urban Glide came in at 22.6 lbs.


Unfortunately, the weight of a stroller is only part of the story; how big the stroller is when folded is also important. If you can't fit the item in your car, it means you aren't going to use it as frequently as you might want.

The Baby Trend Expedition has a small compact fold and self-stands for easy stowing.
The Baby Trend Expedition has a small compact fold and self-stands for easy stowing.

The Thule Urban Glide is only about 14,500 cubic inches when folded, but the Thule Glide is larger at closer to 18,500 cubic inches. The Best Value winner, the Baby Trend Expedition, is the smallest once folded at 13,200 cubic inches, but the smaller fold comes with a heavier weight of 23.6 lbs. These variations aren't that much, but given that a few of the strollers came in over 30 pounds, it is important that you consider weight and folded size before making a purchase. If you can't lift it or fit it in your car, then it probably isn't the best stroller for you.

Sixteen top-ranked strollers were put to the test to find the best jogging style stroller on the market (Thule Chariot Cross 2  Grand Safari  Burley Solstice  Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight  and Mountain Buggy Terrain not shown).
Sixteen top-ranked strollers were put to the test to find the best jogging style stroller on the market (Thule Chariot Cross 2, Grand Safari, Burley Solstice, Joovy Zoom 360 Ultralight, and Mountain Buggy Terrain not shown).

Conclusion


Jogging style strollers are a hot baby gear item whether you plan to jog or not. Their three wheel design, rubber tires, and ability to traverse various terrain make them a parent favorite even for parents that don't plan to run. We think joggers are great options for being your only stroller because they are diverse and offer most of the features parents look for in everyday use as well as running. There is something for everyone in this group of products, no matter what your goals and our award winners are a great place to start your search.

About the Review Team


We used these jogging strollers extensively over a two month testing period, both running and in day-to-day use. In addition to our normal testing process, we were joined by running expert, Carrie Vickers, in our analysis of each jogger. More information on our testing process can be found in How We Tested.

Professional runner  Carrier Vickers  helped BabyGearLab test the each jogging stroller  including the Burley Solstice seen here.
Professional runner, Carrier Vickers, helped BabyGearLab test the each jogging stroller, including the Burley Solstice seen here.

Carrie Vickers


Ratings on all products included a detailed analysis of run-ability from our running reviewer, Carrie Vickers. Carrie is a mother of 3 little girls, 2-year-old twins, and a 5-year-old. She is a professional running biomechanics consultant, as well as a national class runner. Carrie is currently training for her first ultra-distance race and is also looking forward to her first Burro race (trail race while running with a pack burro).

Carrie's impressive running bio includes:
  • Big 8 1000m champion, newcomer of the year
  • 4-time college all-American, 2-time college team captain
  • 2003 ranked top 5 in the US in 3km indoors
  • 5-time qualifier for the US Olympic trials in 1500m, 5km and 3000m steeplechase
  • 3rd at the US Olympic trials in 2004. Ranked 3rd in the steeple in the US. Finished in top 5 of 3 Grand Prix European meetings
  • 3rd at the US Nationals 2005 qualifying for World Championship in Finland for 3000m steeplechase -14 in finals at world championships.
  • 2006 ranked as #1 steeplechaser in the US, winning 2 Grand Prix events in Brazil, top 8 finishes in Europe, qualifying for World athletic finals in Germany, set an American record in the 2000m steeplechase (has since been broken).
  • 2008- 4th in the US 5km road nationals, 8th at the Olympic trials
  • Qualified and competed on 5 Ekiden relay teams in Japan. Has run for both Team USA and Team Colorado in the Bolder Boulder… Top finisher for team Colorado, 2nd finisher for team USA (10th), team USA placed fourth.
Juliet Spurrier, MD & Carrie Vickers

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