Baltimore resident Brian Godsey, a former world record holder in several backwards running distances, explains just how his life found that direction for a little while.
Virginia Tech 10k record holder and Runners’ Retreat owner Mark Stickley talked about his life as a runner and running store owner and the task of conducting the Loudoun Street Mile in Winchester in July.
The hosts catch up on everything that is and isn’t going on in the running world.
Hassan Mead traces his journey from Somalia and all around the United States to the University of Minnesota and the 2016 U.S. Olympic Team. He also establishes that does not know Shaif Karie.
Jarad Schofer shares stories from the streets during his nine-month journey around all of D.C.’s public streets and alleys.
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.
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.