Boston Marathon runner-up Sarah Sellers talks about her race and sudden fame after finishing second in a marathon major in her second try at the distance.
After a keen observation from Docs, at (4:17) the guys start the show off talking about last weekends George Washington Parkway Classic 10 miler.
At (12:10) we are joined by 2nd place Boston Marathon finisher Sarah Sellers. At (13:40) we talk about how Sarah got her start in running, and at (15:13) we talk about her time at Weber St.
At (16:15) we talk about how she gets her training in around her full time job as a nurse anesthetist.
At (21:20) we talk about her path to Boston, winning the Huntsville Marathon and signing up to join her younger brother.
At (23:15) Sarah talks about her thoughts concerning the weather going into Boston and her expectations going into the race and at (25:15) we talk about getting into the elite start wave and how she managed the weather at the start of the race.
At (29:30) Sarah talks about the first half of the Boston Marathon.
At (32:17) we ask Sarah about the second half of her race and then at (36:15) Sarah talks about the last few miles of the race.
At (37:42) Sarah talks about the last 600m of the race and crossing the finish line. At (45:03) we ask Sarah about the current state of American distance running and being a part of that. At (46:50) we ask Sarah what is next for her.
At (47:50) we ask Sarah what it was like to go back to work after Boston and at (49:30) we talk about her social media and her interaction with Kara Goucher. We are back at (51:56) to recap the interview and we make an offer on the spot.
At (56:44) we talk a bit more about the men’s winner Yuki Kawauchi and a rumor about his motivation for the race.
At (1:02:57) we talk about a viral tweet by Caitlin K.
I think we all wanted this set to Titanic. You’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/zP8FR4R3KN
— Caitlin K. (@catydidski) April 18, 2018
At (1:05:22) we recap the sparsely host-attended PTN Happy Hour.
We close out at (1:12:41) with a question to Farley about the Boston Bike experience.
Derwood’s Lake Needwood helped Maggie Lloyd almost forget all about the summer misery and, somehow, the pandemic, for an hour or so.
Loudoun County’s map of unpaved roads led me to a beauty of a run north of Leesburg.
The sights, smells and open roads of the National Arboretum are open to runners nine hours a day.
Patuxent River Park in Upper Marlboro, Md. boasts more than 6,000 acres of nature trails and wildlife just ten miles off the Beltway. If you prefer a running soundtrack of croaking frogs…
Losing to Live 5K Walk/Run
WHEN Saturday, June 17, 2023 at 9:00 am WHERE This convenient location is just minutes from your house located 1/2 mile inside the 1-495 Capital Beltway at exit 51. Spectators are welcome to watch and cheer on the runners. Capital
CHCI 5K: Run To Lead
DATE: Sunday, June 11, 2023
7:30 AM | Gates Open/Participant Check-In
8:20 AM | Opening Ceremony
8:30 AM | Kids Run
9:00 AM | 5K Run-Walk
1500 S Capitol Street, SE
Washington, D.C. 20002