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Author: Tina Muir, Knox Robinson

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We love to run. We love the running community. We love runners. But we also know there are some issues in our world that directly affect the sport that we love. Issues that need to be addressed. We want to understand what is happening and know what we can do to help uplift underrepresented genders, celebrate and include different cultures and backgrounds, and address the environmental impact of running. Running Realized is a space to explore, discuss and provide insight to create meaningful change. Join running industry voices Tina Muir and Knox Robinson as we tell stories, consult with experts, and search for actionable ways that we can all be a part of the solution. Our mission is to explore running culture as a vehicle to realize its full potential, and we want you to join us.
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An exploration of motherhood and the Olympics. First, through the storytelling of Dawn Harper-Nelson, Olympic gold and silver medalist, a wife and a mom. Next, a discussion with Molly Dickens, Co-Founder and Executive Director of &Mother, on the inequities and barriers that exist for athlete mothers and what the future state should look like. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in supporting equity for mothers and women in their Olympic journeys. Meet the guests: Dawn Harper-Nelson Mother 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist in 100m hurdles  2012 Olympic Silver Medalist in 100m hurdles Tied the Olympic record of 12.37 in 2012 Molly Dickens Mother Co-Founder of &Mother Physiologist Calls to action: When you see mothers working out or running, tell them they are doing a good job or that they are inspiring. It might be just what they need to hear  Tag on social media and purchase from companies that do make an effort to support mothers, thank them for recognizing the outstanding value of mothers Refrain from commenting on other peoples bodies/exercise habits during pregnancy and postpartum, leave to the doctors and midwives to advise Donate to &Mother Learn more Check out Mamava for resources and breastfeeding services in the US Article Knox mentioned about his partner, Leta Shy sparking Allyson Felix activism for Black Maternal Health List of organizations Running Realized and Tracksmith have donated to throughout this first season If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with Running Realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us.
First, through the storytelling of Ryan Montgomery, Queer Pro Ultra Runner, on how running has allowed him to explore and better understand himself. Second, a discussion with Chris Mosier, the first trans athlete to represent Team USA, on the past, present and future of advocacy for LGBTQ+ athletes. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in supporting LGBTQ+ runners. Meet the guests: Ryan Montgomery Professional Ultra runner Altra, 2XU, Suunto sponsored Competing in 24hour World Championships in September for Team USA Chris Mosier 1st Trans athlete to make men’s Team USA Nike sponsored Two time National Champion Calls to action: Listen to experiences and stories of LGBTQ athletes Think about the companies you are supporting through your purchases. Consider if they are rainbow washing to appear to be doing work without supporting LGBTQ+ organizations Have empathy towards athletes competing in olympics- we never know what is going on underneath Donate to transathlete.com and support all the work Chris is doing at the moment against anti-trans legislation across the country.   Transathlete is a resource for students, athletes, coaches, and administrators to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play. The site pulls together existing information in one central location and breaks down information into easy-to-reference areas to help you find what you need.  If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on July 5 for Episode ten!
First, through the storytelling of the environmental impact of a single large-scale marathon, told by Shelley Villalobos, Managing Director of Council for Responsible Sport. Second, a discussion on current and future state of the sustainable efforts of road racing with Michael Nishi, COO of Chicago Event Management, the producers of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in making the world of road races a more sustainable place. Finally, a reading from Jordan Marie Daniel, leader of the Indigenous grassroot organization Rising Hearts, as she discusses the vision of creating a socially, economically and environmentally just world. Meet the guests: Shelley Villalobos Managing Director at Council for Responsible Sport Training for her first marathon Michael Nishi Chief Operating Officer & Partner at Chicago Event Management Bank of America Chicago Marathon Bank of America Chicago 13.1 Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle Jordan Marie Brings Three White Horses Daniel Lakota Winyan Founder of Rising Hearts - donate here Altra, Rabbit, and Ultimate Direction Sponsored Athlete Calls to action: Choose races that have sustainable operating practices E-mail your race organizers and ask, “when are you providing a carbon offset option?" (not if!) Until that’s an option, visit - Sustainabletravel.org to offset your flight and hotel Donate: Runners for Public Land, they’re building a national movement of runners dedicated to environmental justice, climate and public lands advocacy, and conservation work. Visit runnersforpubliclands.org for more information.   If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on June 21 for Episode nine!
First, a story told actor, writer and comedian Jon Glaser (Parks and Recreation, Inside Amy Schumer, Late Night with Conan O'Brien) about his most unique running bathroom stop. Next, a discussion with stand up comedian Liz Miele on the unlikely intersection and parallels of comedy and running, and how both intertwine in her creative process. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can use running as a means to fuel creativty, whether they're funny or not. Or just laugh at themselves on their next unusual running predicament. Finally, a joke about marathons from Liz. Meet the guests: Jon Glaser Actor, comedian, writer, producer, and director.  Known for Late Night with Conan O'Brien (1993), Delocated (2009) and Inside Amy Schumer (2013) Recurring role as Councilman Jeremy Jamm on the NBC series Parks and Recreation Marathon runner Liz Miele Started doing stand-up at 16 in New York City Profiled in The New Yorker Magazine age 18 Appeared on Comedy Central’s “This Week at the Comedy Cellar,” NPR’s “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me,” Hulu’s “Coming To The Stage,” AXS TV’s “Gotham Comedy Live" Featured in Runners World in 2015 Her first book, “Why Cats Are Assholes” is available everywhere Calls to action: Don't take running and life so seriously, have fun with it!  Donate to Hole in the Wall Gang, a charity Jon has been raising funds for years. Hole in the Wall Gang’s mission is to ensure that children with serious medical conditions have the chance to experience the world of possibilities that camp has to offer. Join the Running Realized newsletter If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on June 7 for Episode eight!
First, through the storytelling of Victoria Lo, a Chinese American runner based in Brooklyn, NY, tells the story of a recent mid-run panic attack. Second, a discussion on the intersection of racial trauma, racial identity, and running with Jenny Wang, PhD and Licensed Psychologist. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take the next steps on being an active participant in making running and the world a safer space for our AAPI community. Finally, a poem written and read by Daryl Murphy. Meet the guests: Victoria Lo Avid runner (9 full marathons, 2 ultra relays & 15+ half marathons) Founder of Chinatown Runners UI/Visual Design NYC Bridgerunners Dr. Jenny Wang Clinical Psychologist & Speaker Doctorate of Philosophy in Clinical Psychology Founder of Asians for Mental Health Community Calls to action: Give yourself permission to feel Resources for Asian American mental health Asian Mental Health Collective - https://www.asianmhc.org/ Follow Dr. Jenny Wang @asiansformentalhealth on Instagram  Watch the Amend 6 part series on Netflix Follow @chinatownrunners Each month Chinatown Runners highlights a specific Asian-American focused organization to support, head to chinatownrunners.com/donate Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. A special thank you to Daryl Murphy for sharing his poem for this episode, follow Daryl on Instagram @stretchmurphyfor more about his 365+ day running streak for Miles For Justice. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Sign up for the Running Realized Newsletter Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on May 24 for Episode seven!
First, we’ll hear the story of the lifecycle of one pair of running shoes, from concept to landfill with Bennett Grimes, Senior Product Manager of Footwear at REI's Co-Op. Next, we’ll have a discussion on the future of materials with Jad Finck, VP of Innovation and Sustainability at Allbirds. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in making the running industry a more sustainable place. Finally, we’ll hear from Zoë Rom, Runner, climate activist, and Associate Editor at Trail Runner magazine, as she reads her poem, written exclusively for Running Realized, “Last Words.” Meet the guests: Bennett Grimes Senior Product Manager at REI 2:18 marathoner Father to 17 month old Baker NCAA XC All-American with Western Washington University 13 years in the running/footwear industry Jad Finck Vice President of Innovation & Sustainability Mechanical engineering degree from Stanford University and an MBA from the USC Marshall School of Business. Calls to action: Be intentional with your purchases & vote with your dollars, buying sustainable products, especially from companies that are testing out sustainable products, sends them a big message that consumers see sustainability as important Research and reaching out to companies you care about to ask them for their carbon numbers Donate your shoes to SolesForSouls, Shoe4Africa or other donation services If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. A special thank you to Zoë Rom for writing an original poem to go with this episode, find Zoë's DNF podcast for similar shows to Running Realized. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on May 5 for Episode six!
First, we’re going to hear a story from Zobel Belisario, a queer, non-binary trail and ultra runner. Next, a discussion with Patti Flynn, endurance athlete, runner, cyclist, and Senior DEI Consultant at the Equality Institute. Then, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in supporting trans and non-binary runners. Finally, an excerpt from the poem, Zone of Rarity, read by author J Mase III, a Black/trans/queer poet & educator based in Seattle, by way of Philadelphia. Meet the guests: Zobel Belisario (they/them/their) Ultrarunner Pacer with Chinatown Runners Volunteer Coordinator at The Phoenix NYC Patti Flynn (she/her) Diversity Equity & Inclusion Strategy Consultant LGBTQ+ Speaker & Writer Ultramarathoner Ironman finisher Cyclist Calls to action: Be thoughtful with how you cheer for runners, not assuming you know their gender Reach out to races and ask for a third gender to be added to race registration, what policy changes can you encourage races to change to be more inclusive for non-binary and trans runners? Donate to https://sportinclusionproject.com Check out Chris Mosier website, transathlete.com to find information about trans inclusion in athletics at various levels of play Support J Mase III by checking out his book, And Then I Got Fired: One Transqueer’s Reflections on Grief, Unemployment and Inappropriate Jokes About Death If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. A special thank you to Chris Mosier for introducing us to Patti and J Mase III, as well as for his guidance in helping create this episode. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher.
It's never been more clear how disconnected we are with ourselves. An exploration of using running as a means to more deeply understand oneself, and how spirituality, introspection, and social justice intersect. First, through the storytelling of Shaun Martin and how the Navajo have used running as a form of prayer for many, many years. Second, a discussion focused on the intersection of spirituality, introspection, and social justice with Dr. Simran Jeet Singh. Third, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in helping oneself use running as a form of inner connectedness, to be tackle difficult subjects in the running sphere. Finally, three-time Olympic Gold Medalist Tianna Bartoletta leads the listener through a breathing and meditative exercise. Meet the guests: Shaun Martin The athletic director at Chinle High School Founder and race director of the Canyon de Chelly Ultramarathon Ultramarathoner Simran Jeet Singh Recognized as one of TIME Magazine’s 16 people fighting for a more equal America Senior Adviser for Equity and Inclusion at YSC Consulting and a Visiting Professor at Union Seminary Best selling children's book author of Fauja Singh Keeps Going: The True Story of the Oldest Person to Ever Run a Marathon Multiple time NYC marathon finisher Calls to action: Be more intentional with using running as a means to meditate - Run like a Navajo Try a week without running with your headphones Write a letter to yourself Donate https://www.wingsofamerica.org  Purchase Fauja Singh Keeps Going: The True Story of the Oldest Person to Ever Run a Marathon Join Tianna's breakfast club Join Tianna live at 5am PST for a 15 minute morning yoga flow followed by a five minute meditation If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. A special thank you to Sanjay Rawal for his guidance on helping create this episode. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on April 5 for Episode four!
An exploration of running coaches through experience, education, and tenure - how a male-dominated industry can be toxic to the development of female athletes. First, through the storytelling of Rebecca Mehra. Second, a discussion with Porscha Dobson on how female coaching is paramount for the success and health of female athletes. Third, a breakdown and call to action on how the listener can take immediate next steps on being an active participant in supporting female coaches. Last, Alexi Pappas reads an excerpt from her new book Bravey: Chasing Dreams, Befriending Pain, and Other Big Ideas. Meet the guests: Rebecca Mehra Professional runner for Little Wing Athletics and Oiselle Personal bests of 2:01.09 in the 800m, 4:08.14 in the 1500, 4:22 in the road mile 3x all-American at Stanford Finalist at 2019 US championships in the 800 3rd place at 2019 5th Ave mile Porscha Dobson Director of Dartmouth Track & Field and Cross Country Third female director of both a men’s and women’s cross country and track and field program in the history of the Ivy League and first Black woman 2018 and 2019 USTFCCCA Mid-Atlantic Region Assistant Coach of the Year Garden State Record Holder Calls to action: Normalize family interactions- show you can win while having children or balance within your life Utilize your connections- how can you help the women you know who want to get into coaching get a position? Do you know anyone who you could reach out to? What is your role- what young girls and women can you speak to. How can you normalize conversations about periods and the stagnation that comes with female body changes? Can you post on social media? Volunteer as an assistant coach? Speak to the girls and women in your life Donate/give back wecoachsports.org uswtca.com If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Thank you to Dena Evans, Sarah Lesko, and Alison Wade for their input for this episode. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on March 22nd for Episode three!
First, we hear the story of Samia Akbar, the fastest US Born Black female marathoner. Second, a discussion with Marilyn Bevans who was second place female at the 1977 Boston Marathon and the first Black female runner to break three hours in the marathon. She shares her experience as a pioneer and youth coach for over three decades. Third, a breakdown and three calls-to-action for how listeners can take immediate next steps to be active participants in the growth of Black and Brown female runners at the grassroots level and beyond. Finally, a song from Tracksmith Fellow, Circa 95. Meet the guests: Samia Akbar Fastest known US-born Black female marathoner with a time of 2:34:14 at the 2006 New York City Marathon It was only about two years ago that Samia found out her time had been a record as the first-US born Black female marathoner On Fast Women  Marilyn Bevans First Black female runner to break 3 hours in the marathon 2nd place female in the 1977 Boston Marathon with a time of 2:51:12 Has run the Boston Marathon six times Ran the same race President Carter ran in 1979 (Catoctin Mountain 10K race). President Carter collapsed during the race so he was the one who gave her the first place award after her race. Just Run Trailblazing Marathoner National Black Marathoner Association  Calls to action: Donate to Jeuness Track Club USATF Club Search or use a search engine to find youth clubs in your area Challenge your assumptions If you take action and do one of our suggested takeaways, tell us! We would love to hear what you did, and how it changed you. Tag us in a post on Instagram or email info@runningforreal.com to share. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, sound design, and mix by Daniel Brunelle. Edited by Gordon Bramli. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher. Be sure to check out 1DAY and the rest of the music by Circa ’95. Find out more at www.circa95.com Learn more about Running Realized Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Thank you to Tracksmith for partnering with running realized Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Thanks for listening! To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews are appreciated! Share a screenshot of the podcast on your social media and encourage others to go listen too. Be sure to tag Running Realized if you share on Instagram (Tag Knox and Tina too!) Thanks for joining us. See you on March 8th for Episode two!
Join running industry voices Tina Muir and Knox Robinson on a mission to explore running culture as a vehicle to realize its fullest potential. A combination of the thematic focus and journalism of The Daily with the audio aesthetic and creative storytelling of This American Life, the show will be a fresh and important addition to the global running community. We want to understand what is happening and know what we can do to help uplift underrepresented genders, celebrate and include different cultures and backgrounds, and address the environmental impact of running. Running Realized is a space to explore, discuss and provide insight to create meaningful change. The twelve-episode, Season One is available now on your favorite podcast player. Be sure to subscribe, so the episodes come right to your player. Follow Running Realized on Instagram Learn more about Running Realized here Thank you to our sponsor Tracksmith for partnering with Running Realized. Tracksmith is a Boston-based running apparel brand, born from a desire to celebrate both the history and the evolving culture of running. Their team works to create a space where stories and conversations from all corners of the sport are welcome. They believe that stories have the power to both inspire the next generation and grow the sport. And they know that conversations drive change and empower new perspectives. Check out the Tracksmith Journal at journal.tracksmith.com to learn more. Running Realized is hosted by Tina Muir and Knox Robinson. Produced by Jon Phillips. Original music, Sound Design, and Mix by Daniel Brunelle. Cover image created by Mari De Monte and Toby Kelleher.
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