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.
Arlington’s Ted Hobart talks about his journey to one hundred marathons, which he plans to complete next June. Read more about his marathoning here: Ted Last, from RunWashington July/August 2014.
Laura Mazur describes the view from inside a viral photo after a shot of her running the Pittsburgh Marathon with Jessica Robertson caught the attention of running and mainstream media.
Georgetown’s Josette Norris talks about her All-American finish in the 5k at the NCAA Championships and how long she plans to hold onto her uniform.
Farley has a one-on-one interview with Australian runner and former running store owner Bob Wallace.
New York Times writer and documentary producer Lindsay Crouse discusses her recent work reporting how pro running contracts treat pregnancy. It’s a surprise early episode.
Olympic marathoner Jared Ward recounts his eighth-place finish at Boston, his race in Rio, training in Utah and being an adjunct professor at BYU.
Chris Morgan, executive chef at Compass Rose and Maydan, shares his professional path, seasoned with a dash of running along the way.