Bryan is on the injury deck again, while Peter has completed his 21-mile training run. Also, it's Week 3 of the Clyde Army Countdown. Then the guys speak with brother and sister running team, Eileen Lingley and Tim Morris. The siblings are running the Boston Marathon for Spaulding Hospital’s Race for Rehab Team. This will be Eileen’s first Boston Marathon (and fourth marathon in 18 months!) and Tim’s second year in the wheelchair division.
Please consider donating to Eileen and Tim’s “Siblings for Spaulding” Team Run here: https://www.crowdrise.com/spauldingrehabboston17/fundraiser/eileenlingley
Over the last 35 years, Wayne Levy has run more than 100,000 miles. What does he do when he’s not out running more than halfway to the Moon? He serves on the Boston Athletic Association Board of Governors and the Advisory Board for Back on My Feet Boston, and he manages RunBoston, a company that provides historical running tours in Boston. Bryan and Peter get Wayne to give them the lowdown on the benefits of running a “daily dime,” find out what happened the first time Wayne attempted to run the Boston Marathon, and go in-depth on ways to avoid injury. Plus, Peter provides an update on Week 4 of the Clyde Army Countdown.
Peter survives running 18 miles on the treadmill, while Bryan considers never using a treadmill again. Then they talk with two runners who will be running the Boston Marathon together: Tim Sullivan, a visually impaired runner (and proud member of the Clyde Army) and writer Mark Remy (dumbrunner.com and Runner’s World) who will be Tim’s guide. They talk about how Tim got into running, how Mark has settled into runner’s paradise (a.k.a. Portland, OR), and how they came to be running the marathon together.
Bryan wings back from San Diego in time for a frigid tempo run with Peter and has stories about his trip. Peter regales Bryan with his terrible attempt at a 14-miler in the February heat wave. And it’s week six of the Clyde Army Countdown!
To make a donation to Peter’s running of the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team, please visit here:
If you would like to help Peter reach his fundraising goal (he's running the 2017 Boston Marathon with Spaulding’s Race for Rehab Team) please visit his Crowdrise page here: