Atalanta was not a goddess at all. She was a mortal. The goddess of hunting was Artemis. There is no god of running. However Hermes is often associated with speed.
Atalanta was human, not a goddess, and the stories about are Greek.
No, it's Artemis. Atalanta wasn't even a goddess. She was a mortal.
Atalanta was a heroine.
Atalanta wasn't a goddess. She was a mortal but we dn't know where she was born. Her parents abandoned her as a baby.
Atalanta was not a Greek god, she was a mortal.
Atalanta was a mythological heroine.
You're thinking of Atalanta, but she wasn't a goddess.
Atalanta was a beautiful Greek princess, not a goddess, (although some believe that she was a member of Artemis's [or Roman Diana's] Hunt) so she went by Atalanta in both Roman and Greek culture.
Atalanta was not a goddess because she was a mortal, born to mortal parents, King Iasus of Arcadia and Clymene the daughter of Minyas. It is possible that she could be a demigod(des) by way of her maternal grandfather (Minyas) who may have been a child of Poseidon.