At (13:21) we are joined by Vice President of Sports Medicine at MedStar Health Sean Huffman.
At (14:23) we jump right off with a game trying to figure out what each abbreviation in Seans title means.
At (15:57) we talk about his hometown Columbus, Ohio and their avid sports fans.
At (20:10) we talk about the Medstar Sports Medicine organization including (21:05) its partnership with the Marine Corps Marathon.
At (24:47) we talk about the typical running injury cycle and at (26:06) we talk about injury preventative measures.
At (28:47) we talk about the new facility at Lafayette. At (35:56) we return to the Marine Corps Marathon.
At (35:17) we talk about youth sports restrictions and wonder if we are over correcting.
At (38:45) we talk about Seans own running.
We come back at (43:10) with a Farley story about political luminaries, vocabulary and the New Jersey Marathon.
We have a sad story at (49:40) with the untimely passing of elite runner Jonathan Grey.
At (53:53) we go where are they now and at (57:57) we request a transportation story from Joanna.
Police arrest former high school coach, Cherry Blossom lottery open, US XC champs come to Virginia in ’23 and ’24, D’Amato wins national half marathon title, Farley indulges himself.
Since everyone seems to be remarking that last year felt like five, here’s some of what happened in the local running scene in 2021.
RunWashington’s coaches panel reviewed the 2021 season and picked the 62 best cross country runners in the D.C. area.
RunWashington’s coaches panel reviewed the 2021 season and picked the seven girls and seven boys for the All-RunWashington Virginia team.