Amelia Boone, one of the toughest women in obstacle course racing and ultrarunning, talks about how her fiercely competitive nature has fueled her since childhood. (2:43)
The art and the luck of finding someone to run with, with help from our listeners and a few RW staffers. (42:39)
In the Kick, a Boston Marathon bombing survivor will tie the knot with the firefighter who saved her, how running affects your sex life, and dealing with that obnoxious on-the-run mucus. (59:06)
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