Oiselle’s partnership with a university was the first of its kind for a women-only apparel brand, but Yale is now following the trend of college's wanting an all-sport sponsorships with one company.
The 2012 Olympian is part of the group with Emma Coburn who train under Mark Wetmore in Boulder.
Bergensen contrasts Oiselle's athlete contracts with other companies like Nike. While traditional contracts are 20-plus pages long, Oiselle's are actually only one page.
Goucher talks about how she has just been going through the motions the last couple of years, but now is really enjoying her running again. Article centers around Goucher's running retreat for women from this summer.
Asked if she had expected to make such big improvements in such a short amount of time after college she said, "Is it weird to say yes? Or, I think to be an athlete, human?, is to dream big. So, I had foreseen those improvements in various visualizations. But, I fantasize about so many things. Most stay as fantasies. I haven't, yet, ... won a national championship... helped build a nationwide service or arts program in schools ... bought back my childhood home for my mom. The best feeling is being reminded that even the goals that no one expects do turn to reality."