- D.C. running mainstay Wilson Komen will be the guest on Wednesday’s Potomac River Running Instagram Live, 8 p.m. – 9 p.m. Punch it!
- Julie Culley resigned as Georgetown’s director of track and field and cross country to take a job at Brooks Sports as a sports marketing manager.
- Herndon alumna Hiruni Wijayaratne was a guest on the Running Through It podcast and DyeStat Discussions (where it will be available for free until Aug. 28)
- Loudoun Valley alumnus Drew Hunter was featured in Track and Field News.
- Arlington County will widen the sidewalk on the Four Mile Run Bridge on Columbia Pike, add lighting and improve guardrails this fall.
- W&OD Trail users near Ashburn will see some equestrian trail closures over the next three weeks.
- W&OD Trail users will be detoured for two weeks to accomodate Lee Highway trail bridge construction.
- The District Department of Transportation recently upgraded lighting on the Metropolitan Branch Trail.
- Emily Halnon, a former D.C. resident who won “Best Blog” in the 2013 Best of Washington Running voting, ran the fastest known time for the Pacific Crest Trail and was a guest on the Ali on the Run Show podcast.
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.