37 Min Released Mar 16, 2017

Episode 45: A Lifetime of Running

Carolyn Mather has logged more lifetime miles than any other female runner—without even really knowing about it. We caught up with Carolyn to see how it feels to hold this title—and what it is, exactly, that keeps her going. (2:33)

A real-life lesson on running with kids—and how to make sure they have a blast when hitting the road. (18:01)

In the Kick, remembering the legendary Ed Whitlock, the many national titles for Edward Cheserek, and a lap-counting snafu on the indoor track. (27:36)

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Episode Credits:

Host: David Willey
 
Producers: Sylvia Ryerson, Christine Fennessy, Brian Dalek and Mervyn Deganos.

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