This past spring and summer, Sarah Brown did something few thought possible.
While pregnant with her first child, Sarah trained for the 2016 U.S. Olympic Trials with an eye toward qualifying for her first Olympic games.
Director Daniele Anastasion chronicled Sarah’s amazing story of perseverance through pregnancy, childbirth, a health scare and other adversity all the way through the Olympic trials. The incredible story is available in a five-part docu-series through espnW, entitled Run Mama Run. Check out the entire series, as well as director’s diaries on ESPN.com.
Sarah encountered numerous roadblocks along the way—both from her own body and from the outside world, making hers a unique and inspirational tale that no one will want to miss.
Watch all five parts to follow the New Balance runner’s remarkable journey.