Courage to Run (April 13) Race Director Freida Edgette shares her personal journey to race director and the mission her race advances.
The show starts with yet another conspiracy theory before transitioning (6:10) into tax noises and other tax topics.
Courage to Run Race Director Frieda Edgette (@friedakedgette), corrects Farley’s pronunciation (12:46).
She explains (15:40) the Courage to Run race’s mission.
Edgette shares (21:38) her story about her struggle with an eating disorder and some of the journey overcoming the disorder.
At (24:54) she talks about a big life change, where she transitioned in London and how the magic of Hyde Park helped her make that change.
At (30:27) she dives back into race planning and (34:40) virtual races.
Farley gives his social media lesson of the week (49:33) – pay attention he only makes his point 40 times.
A running story from the NFL combine (56:12) includes some confusing math.
At (1:05:10) they introduce the hashtag PTN bling and close out at (1:07:25) with an update on the trail runner who killed a mountain lion on his run.
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…
3rd Annual APA MOORE Equity in Mental Health 5K Run,…
About APA’s MOORE Equity in Mental Health 5k
The APA’s Division of Diversity and Health Equity invites you to join us in combating mental health inequities facing young people of color and in honoring mental health advocate Bebe Moore Campbell.
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