A special episode honoring the memory of sports reporter Sean Kimerling. Sean's mom Ervine share stories about Sean and the Testicular Cancer Foundation named after him. Freddie Kimmel is a Testicular Cancer [TC[ survivor whose positive attitude as a cancer warrior kicked asphalt.
Hannah Gavios, a sexual assault survivor, charts her journey to complete the NYC Marathon twice. Host Michael Anderson from Achilles International is also her coach for her next NYC marathon.
Kelly Herron from "Not Today" and Emily May from iHollaback.org discuss strategies to confront street harassment or assault. This episode is part of Runner Safety Awareness week and is hosted by Janelle Hartman.
Michael Anderson's story is one of taking the next step until it seemingly falls into place. Michael persisted and is now NYC's Chapter Director of Achilles International.
Anna Mercatili honors her family by using the gift of running to better the lives of others. This episode is dedicated to the memories of Anna's mom, Pam, and her Uncle Stephen both taken much too soon.
Anna Mercatili honors her family by using the gift of running to better the lives of others.
Mile High Run Club made a splash when it hit New York City November 2014. Corinne Fitzgerald was there at the ground floor and it's only gotten better! Corinne was promoted recently to head coach at MHRC.
Eddie Gardner, the Sheik of Seattle of the 1920s and arguably that city's greatest ultra-marathoner, is the main topic of discussion. Host Melanie Eversley chats with historian Charles B. Kastner on his third book 'Race across America: Eddie Gardner and the Great Bunion Derbies'