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Exploring the Communal Spirit of Running.
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Julia Bohl

Jules Bohl is a local runner in Hampton Roads, and is always looking around for community. She loves to join groups for community runs, and she always enjoys meeting new people. However, sometimes she has been her own roadblock in getting the most out of being an art...

Candace Broaddus

This episode features Candace Broaddus, a member and coach in the Richmond Running Community. Candace walks us through her journey of her love for running and how that love, drive, and passion led her to begin to coach in this different way. We explore the Richmond...

Paisley Landry

In the latest episode, we had the pleasure of speaking with Paisley Landry, a devoted Mother Runner based in Austin, TX. Despite her affiliation with the Brooks Running Collective, Paisley’s running journey is deeply rooted in her role as a mother. She passionately...

Chris Elliot

Chris Elliot

This episode features Chris Elliot. Chris runs with RunSomeMo out of MoMac Brewing. Chris is always one to bring energy and passion no matter where he is. Chris joins to talk about his journey and what his presence in this community has meant to him.  This is a joyful...

Katie Wax-White

Katie Wax-White

In this episode, we welcome Katie Wax-White. Katie is a native of Hampton Roads, VA, but currently resides and runs in Atlanta (ATL). However, the journey to be where she is, running as an adult, was once considered impossible. An injury in her senior year of High...

Flashback: Ray Garraud

Flashback: Ray Garraud

When life gets busy, it is amazing to know you don’t need to reinvent the wheel. I went back into my previous podcasts archive and found this gem. Ray is a runner local to the Hampton Roads area, and has become a leader when it comes to helping folks understand the...

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Andrew Ware

The RunninRev

Andrew Ware, aka The RunninRev, intertwines his roles as a pastor and runner. Ordained in the United Methodist Church for 9 years, he prioritizes community and innovation. As a seasoned runner, he values self-care and uses running as therapy. Certified as a USATF Level 1 Coach, he’s also experienced in organizing races. Amidst the pandemic, he began advocating for self-care, having faced burnout himself. Family remains his anchor, providing unwavering support. He invites others to join his journey of growth and connection, emphasizing community building.