Tim Hardy Learned To Be A Runner While Serving His Country

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My guest today has been running for quite a few years, finishing his first marathon in 1998.

In the 15 years since that first marathon, he has run over 60 ultras, which includes 18 (and counting) hundred-plus mile races!

This guy is obviously a beast and I am looking forward to trying to keep up with Tim Hardy today!

Tim Hardy

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Kandi Newkirk wears blue and runs to remember the fallen

Today’s guest is a woman that I first met while in Kansas for the Prairie Fire marathon last year.

Since taking on the sport as an adult, she has run over 20 half marathons, a handful of marathons, and a few half-Ironman triathlons as well.

Kandi Newkirk

I am looking forward to going a few easy miles with Kandi Newkirk, the Director of Race Operations for wear blue: run to remember.

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Novelist Brian Burk is Tackling Every Race On His Horizon

Today I’m running with someone that I have been looking to bring onto the show for a while now.

Brian Burk Running

Brian Burk

Brian Burk is a runner with an impressive running resume of over 100 races, including 16 marathons andultra-lengthength races.
In 2016, he published his first novel centered around one of the most iconic 100 milers in the country, the Leadville 100!

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Kate Ediger

Kate Ediger Shares Her Passions for Running & Our Military

In my opinion, having Kate Ediger on the show for Memorial Day was an absolute no brainer for me.

During the time that I’ve interacted with her on twitter, there has been no doubt in my mind that she has a deep respect for the military and the men and women that serve. So on the day that we set aside to honor those that have lost their lives in service to our country, I thought it would be a great chance to run together and have a great conversation.

And our chat today definitely did not leave me disappointed!

Kate Ediger

Kate Ediger After the 2014 Marine Corps Marathon

During our run, we talked a lot about how Kate came to have such an appreciation for our service members, the races put on by each branch of the military, reflecting on the meaning of Memorial Day, and an awesome concert I went to recently that I got to share with Kate via Twitter. Here are some of the highlights from our run. Read more