Stephen Rutgers, marketing director for the Washington Blade, talks about his running, what the pandemic has meant for June’s Pride festivities and he explains Cuba to Farley.
Johnny Gregorek, son of two Georgetown track alumni and a professional mid-distance runner, talks about his record blue jeans mile and the fundraising he did for the National Alliance on Mental Illness in his brother’s memory.
Runner, activist and Harlem Run founder Alison Desir addresses representation in the running community and offers a primer on recognizing white supremacy.
Thurgood Marshall Academy Executive Director Raymond Weeden, a college teammate of Farley and Docs, discusses his experiences as an African-American runner.
Greg Cass and Michael Basen from the Central Park Track Club talk about the Connect the Corridor challenge, running through May 31.
On Running’s Chris Trebilcock talks about his life in the shoes business and his company’s efforts to distribute 5,000 shoes to essential personnel during the pandemic.
LetsRun staff writer and Olympic Trials party companion to Farley Jonathan Gault talks about his career writing features for the site.
Maryland Track alumna Kelley Marchiano talks about her work in a Maryland urgent care clinic, where she administers COVID-19 screening tests.
Former host Joanna Russo, fresh off some “me time” during a three-month furlough, updates her colleagues on life in Syracuse.
Alexandria Turkey Trot Race Director Brian Danza talks about his weeks-long effort to find 1.5 million masks in China.