WTOP reporter Dave Dildine talks about rescuing a runner who fell into Broad Branch creek during the recent snowstorm.
After a few weeks off, the hosts are back to catch up and look ahead. Note that despite what Farley says, the Runner Rankings are not final yet!
Former American University coach Matt Centrowitz returns to talk about his new gig at Manhattan College and work with Tom Brumlik with the District Track Club. They also let DTC athlete David Timlin speak briefly.
Elyse Braner shares stories from her years of building a community of fun runs at Pacers, her evolving goals for her own running and how she became a whiskey aficionado.
Boston Marathon champion Desi Linden joins Farley and Docs at The Running Event.
Wilson High School’s Vincent Kamani, the DCXC Invitational sophomore champion, talks about his development as a cross country runner.
West Springfield coach Chris Pellegrini joins fellow Spartan alumnus William E. Docs and his cohosts to talk about his teams’ finishes at the Virginia state meet.
Cedric King and Stefan Leroy join Pace the Nation to talk about running as adaptive athletes for the Achilles International Freedom Team.
We open with a Halloween recap and an unfortunately optimistic DC United preview. We are joined by guest Ashley Lambdin, the marketing and sales director for the DC Stars Gala (@DC_DancingGala), which our own Chris Farley will be competing in for the Jennifer Bush-Lawson Foundation.
Women’s running pioneer Katherine Switzer, author Roger Robinson and Marine Corps Marathon Race Director Rick Nealis talked to Pace the Nation during the Marine Corps Marathon expo.