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Suzy Slane Pulls No Punches About Running Postpartum and Mental Illness


Today I’m catching back up with Ms. Suzy Slane.

Suzy Slane on Race Day

Suzy is the kind of person that pulls no punches.

She’s real and honest and raw on her blog and her social media, so it’s no surprise that we went deep during our chat today. Read more

Dane Rauschenberg has Done His Research on the Best Races Around


Today I am going a few easy miles with Dane Rauschenberg.

Dane Rauschenberg

We first spoke three years ago and this will be his third time on the show.

A lot has happened since we last spoke including the publication of his most recent book.

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BethAnn Telford Ran Around the World to Raise Awareness and Spread Hope


In our first chat, BethAnn Telford shared some of her story including the moment, at Mile 19 of the Marine Corps Marathon, when she realized something was seriously wrong.

BethAnn Telford and Old Glory

A diagnosis of a brain tumor altered her life but didn’t stop her.

Today we will go a few easy miles as she shares how raising funds and awareness for this personal cause has literally taken her around the world.

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Scott Riecke is an Ordinary Marathoner that is Anything But Ordinary


Scott Riecke is on the show today for round two.

A lot has happened since we first chatted, including not one but two Ironman finishes, marriage, another addition to the family, and a thriving podcast.

Scott Riecke, You ARE an Ironman!

Today we are going a few easy miles to discuss all that’s changed since our first chat.

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Kari Gormley is Creating a Way of Life for the Long Run


My guest on the show today is joining me for a little Round 2 action today.

Kari Gormley first appeared on my show almost 3 and a half years ago.

Kari Gormley

In that time many changes have occurred in her running life and podcast.

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