53 Min Released Oct 6, 2016

Episode 24: The Healing Power of Running

Writer Kristin Armstrong discusses how she balances life as a mother, friend, and grad student while also finding the joy in her running life. (2:08)

We bring you the final part of Project Build Strength, otherwise known as executive editor Tish Hamilton’s quest to run less, and cross train more. (30:45)

In the Kick, two very different record attempts in the world of ultrarunning, how fast you need to be to qualify for the Boston Marathon, and an alleged thief who picked the wrong hotel room. (44:20)

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