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Jodi Stoner Exemplifies What The Running Community Is About


Jodi Stoner exemplifies what the running community is all about and I’m looking forward to having her on the show today.

Jodi is the Tampa area ambassador for the Ainsley’s Angels organization, she participates in the IRun4 Program and she organizes an annual “run to her house” as a fundraiser as well.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Jodi Stoner today.

Jodi Stoner and River (Her IRun4 buddy)

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Laura Parson Is Attempting An FKT For A Cause Close To Her Heart


Laura Parson first joined me on the show in the early days of Diz Runs Radio 5 years and over 700 episodes ago.

Today we will be circling back and doing some much needed catching up.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Laura Parson.

Laura Parson

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Pamela Torres Has 161 Reasons To Run For More Than Herself


Pamela Torres recently came up on my radar after she finished a 161 mile run in honor of servicewomen that have lost their lives while serving since 9/11.

The cause is close to her heart, being a member of the United States Marine Corp.

I am looking forward to having Pamela join me on the show today for a few easy miles.

Pamela Torres

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Eric Thuemmel Is Fostering A Love Of Running For Local Youth


Eric Thuemmel is a fellow running coach from my Alma Mater and will be joining me on the show today to talk shop.

His coaching is a bit different than the average coach because his athletes are all in middle school and high school.

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Eric Thuemmel.

Eric Thuemmel

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Chris Ward Has Found Adventure and Himself In Multi-Day Stage Races


Chris Ward was first on the show a couple of years ago and is joining me today for round two.

In the time since our first chat, he and his wife have had another baby, his podcast is still going strong, and he’s fresh off of winning a 6 day, 143-mile stage race.

I am looking forward to catching up with Chris Ward over a few easy miles.

Chris Ward

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