She was attacked for running the 1967 Boston Marathon - because she's a woman. Now "The First Lady of the Marathon," Kathrine (KV) Switzer, empowers women around the globe to better their lives using the gift of running. Switzer joins host Will Sanchez to talk about what it felt like to be targeted based on her gender - just for doing what she loved.
Rob Valentin returns as a triple threat: swimmer, runner, singer. Rob blows us out of the water with his suave performance. The show ends with Rob singing: "Fly Me to the Moon", "Moonlight in Vermont" and "New York, New York"
This episode is dedicated to the memory of Lance's Uncle Roy. His legacy lives on! The birth of the Run Anyway Foundation as could only be told by its co-founders: BFF's Lance & Todd. Awesome gents. Note: An additional scene after the rolling credits: 00:25:00
Cheri Yanek is the real deal! Her love of running and the people in it shines through on this episode where you also feel the burn of a unique ultra - the Burning Man 50K. http://burningman50K.com
Michael Ring is the face of 'paying it forward' besides being the face of New York City Runs - NYCRUNS.COM as the guy on the bike. He looks back on the good times ...
You can take the girl out of Minnesota but if you need to rejuvenate then the place where Mary Richards of the MTM show is the place to make it after all. Godspeed Mishka Backonmyfeet
Sandy, when she was twelve, resolved that she would be working to find a cure for blood cancers to honor her beloved grandfather. Always active as a child Sandy stayed focused to be fit and eventually running became her go to sport. Along the way she trained to be an adult leukemia nurse practitioner and is settled in at Cornell University Medical Center. See Sandy go!