Local New Balance rep and big-time track fan Tripp Southerland parses the news of coach Alberto Salazar’s four-year coaching ban following a doping and drug trafficking investigation.
Oakton alumna Claire Wood talks about her 10+ years at New Balance and her decision to try something new, professionally. Read more about her career in running shoe design from RunWashington’s 2016 profile of Wood.
Summit to Soul owner Kim Wattrick describes what led her to open Barracks Row’s women’s activewear store and brought her to the sport of running. Docs takes a trip.
Daniel Hincapie, fiancé of the late Wendy Martinez, tells his stories about her and what the Wendy Martinez Legacy Project hopes to accomplish.
Topo Athletic Founder and CEO Tony Post talks about his career in the footwear industry and what led him to develop his own line of running shoes in 2013.
D.C.’s Roman Gurule talks about his transformation from barfly to track nerd, providing an audiobook version of this earlier RunWashington article.
St. John’s College High School track coach Desmond Dunham chats about the DCXC Cross Country Invitational Sept. 28 and Joanna returns to talk about the one friend she made in Syracuse over the last year.
Twenty-nine-time US champion Molly Huddle talks about her most recent title, her transition to the marathon, her future in competitive running and more.
After a summer hiatus, the hosts return to talk to Jose Ortiz, founder of Run Hope Work, which trains 20-24-year-olds in the skilled trades, using running as the underpinning of the program.