ATHLETES
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The most recent athlete interviews (2004-present)are arranged alphabetically. Below the athlete interviews are event interviews and feature stories arranged by date. To read interviews prior to 2004, click on the links above. Enjoy!
Nicole Aish
We interviewed Nicole Aish just before she took to the roads to run the Freihofer's 5K and the Circle of Friends New York mini 10K.
(June 2006)

Nicole Aish
Nicole Aish, formerly a 1,500/5,000 meter specialist, won her debut marathon at Twin Cities in October. The race served as the USA Marathon Championships. On top of a national title, she also became the first woman to qualify for the 2008 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
(October 2005)

Samia Akbar
In our interview with Samia Akbar , she shares many insights about running and explains how she was able to handle the transition between collegiate and professional running.
(June 2006)


Lindsey Anderson
We catch up with Lindsey Anderson on her incredible season with many stunning steeplechase performances!
(May 2007)

Jenny Barringer
Two-time Foot Locker finalist Jenny Barringer qualified for the World Cross Country Championships for the second year in a row by placing third at the USA Junior Cross Country Championships on February 12.
(February 2005)

Jenny Barringer
After finishing third at the 2003 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships and qualifying for the 2004 World Junior Cross Country Championships, Jenny Barringer is expected to be one of the country's top high school runners as a senior.
(September 2004)

Jenny Barringer
Despite many setbacks early in life, Jenny Barringer, a junior at Oviedo (Florida) High School, has developed into one of the top young runners in the country.
(June 2004)

Katelyn Bastert
Referred to as a dominant force in cross country and track, high school senior Katelyn Bastert explains how she is able to successfully compete in volleyball and cross country in the fall.
(December 2006)

Erin Bedell
After running a 4:43.71 mile as a junior, Erin Bedell of Plano West High School in Plano, Texas, will be one to watch as a senior. Bedell trains with the Metroplex Striders and her high school team, and finished 25th at the 2003 Foot Locker Cross Country Championships.
(August 2004)

Joan Benoit Samuelson - Audio Interview
Now 47, 1984 Olympic Marathon champion Joan Benoit Samuelson talks with Gordon Bakoulis about balancing family with training, training guidelines for young runners, her preparation for the 1984 U.S. Olympic Trials after having knee surgery, and much more.
(June 2004)

Annie Bersagel
We caught up with Annie Bersagel and learned a lot about her many talents inside and outside of running.
(June 2006)

Caroline Bierbaum
Caroline Bierbaum considered bypassing the 2004 cross country season, but after hopping in midway through the season, she finished with a bang, winning the Heptagonal title and earning a surprise third-place finish at the NCAA Cross Country Championships.
(January 2005)

Nicole Blood
Considered a phenom ever since she was in eighth grade, Saratoga Springs, New York's Nicole Blood is only getting faster as she enters her junior year of high school.
(August 2004)

Jill Boaz
After placing 39th in the 2000 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Jill Boaz (neé Gaitenby) has been on a steady climb through the ranks of U.S. women's marathoning. The 37-year-old now resides in Los Osos, California, and is preparing for April's U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials.
(January 2004)

Christine Bolf
Christine Bolf, a senior, is expected to lead her University of Colorado teammates this season as they attempt to defend their NCAA Cross Country team title this season.
(September 2005)

Sarah Bowman
A University of Tennessee-bound high school senior, Sarah Bowman recently ran the third fastest high school mile ever, and the fastest ever in a high-school only race. We caught up with her between national titles at the Nike Outdoor Nationals and the USA Junior Track & Field Championships.
(June 2005)

Claudia Camargo
We caught up with Claudia Camargo just days before competing in the 2006 ING New York City Marathon.
(November 2006)

Susan Chepkemei
We caught up with Susan Chepkemei just days before competing in the 2006 ING New York City Marathon, where she was hoping to (finally) win and PR.
(November 2006)

Caitlin Chock
We caught up with Caitlin Chock just days after she broke Mary Shea's 25-year-old high school record in the 5,000m. She earned a trip to the World Junior Track & Field Championships by running 16:10.60.
(July 2004)

Treniere Clement
Georgetown senior Treniere Clement had one of the most impressive doubles at the recent NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships. She finished third in the mile and fourth in the 3,000m, setting PRs in both.
(April 2004)

Alicia Craig
In only her second year of running NCAA track, 10,000m collegiate record holder Alicia Craig recently won her second-straight NCAA title in that event. We caught up with her shortly after the race.
(June 2004)

Shayne Culpepper
Shayne Culpepper is a two-time Olympian who won last year's Olympic Trials 5,000m. Also in 2004, she won a bronze medal at 3,000m at the World Indoor Track & Field Championships. We caught up with her shortly after a season-altering crash in the 1,500m at the Prefontaine Classic.
(June 2005)

Shayne Culpepper
We caught up with U.S. Olympian Shayne Culpepper shortly after she won the 3,000m title at the 2005 USA Indoor Track & Field Championships.
(February 2005)

Shayne Culpepper
Shayne Culpepper surpassed expectations and won a bronze medal in the 3,000m at the World Indoor Track & Field Championships earlier this month. Later this year, Culpepper will attempt to qualify for her second Olympic team when she competes at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Trials - Track & Field.
(March 2004)

Megan Daly
Megan Daly, 26, was one of the youngest competitors at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. Daly has taken an unusual route to elite-level competition and she is currently balancing her training with medical school.
(February 2005)

Marie Davenport
Ireland's Marie Davenport (nee McMahon) finished 14th at the Olympic Games in the 10,000 meters (31:50) and is currently gearing up to make her marathon debut at the ING New York City Marathon 2004 on November 7.
(October 2004)

Lyubov Denisova
We caught up with Lyubov Denisova (with translation help from from her agent, Andrey Baranov), as she was preparing for the 2007 Boston Marathon.
(April 2007)

Colleen De Reuck
A four-time Olympian and a former world record-holder for 10 miles, 41-year-old Colleen De Reuck has been one of the world's top road racers for more than 15 years. We spoke with her shortly before she competed in the Circle of Friends New York Mini 10K.
(June 2005)

Colleen De Reuck
An honest interview with Colleen De Reuck as she prepared to compete in the inaugural NYC Half-Marathon Presented by Nike.
(August 2006)

Colleen De Reuck
A three-time Olympian for South Africa, Colleen De Reuck has been a U.S. citizen since December 2000. She will attempt to qualify for her first U.S. Olympic team when she competes at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon on April 3.
(March 2004)

Jenelle Deatherage
After winning the 1500 meters at the Drake Relays, Jenelle Deatherage spoke to us about some of her key workouts, improving her iron levels with nutrition, and reaping the benefits of taking time off.
(May 2007)

Elva Dryer
An interview with Elva Dryer just before debuting in the marathon at the 2006 LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon.
(October 2006)

Elva Dryer
Elva Dryer is one of the most accomplished U.S. female distance runners ever. She had represented the U.S. at two Olympic Games and three World Track & Field Championships. Her 10,000m PR of 31:26.88 makes her the third fastest American ever at that distance.
(November 2004)

Suzy Favor Hamilton
One of America's best 1,500-meter runners for more than a decade, Suzy Favor Hamilton will try to qualify for her fourth Olympic team this summer. We caught up with Favor Hamilton during her recent trip to New York City.
(May 2004)

Lauren Fleshman
Lauren Fleshman not only describes what it is like to be a part of Team Running USA, but also, she talks about her training schedule, her running and life philosophies, and her preparation for the 2006 USA Cross Country Championships in New York City.
(May 2004)

Ann Gaffigan
Ann Gaffigan entered her senior season at Nebraska knowing that she wanted to be able to look back on the upcoming year and have no regrets. Ten months later, she was the owner of a 9:39.35 steeplechase PR (a 68-second improvement) and the 2004 national champion.
(August 2004)

Lindsey Gallo
Lindsey Gallo anchored the University of Michigan's distance medley relay to a win at the 2005 NCAA Indoor T&F Championships and finished third in the mile the following day.
(March 2005)

Zoila Gomez
Zoila Gomez spoke to tus after achieving a two-minute PR at the USA Half-Marathon Championships.
(January 2007)

Kara Goucher
Kara Goucher on becoming the second-fastest American woman in the 10,000 meters.
(August 2006)

Carly Graytock
Carly Graytock was one of the first women to join the Hansons-Brooks Distance Project and has thrived in her new surroundings.
(October 2005)

Renee Gunning
Renee Gunning discusses her plans to run Friehofer's for the first time.
(June 2007)

Katie Gwyther
Katie Gwyther,a senior at Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Connecticut, ran a personal best of 16:54 over the mud-laden 5K layout at Franklin Park in Boston to capture top individual honors at the New England Collegiate Cross Country Championships on October 8, leading the Bobcats to an 11th place team finish.
(October 2005)

Sara Hall
We spoke with the always ebullient Sara Hall in the middle of her successful 2007 indoor track season.
(February 2007)

Sara Hall
We caught up with Sara Hall to discuss her transition into professional running.
(May 2006)

Heather Hanscom
While Heather Hanscom's sixth-place finish at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials wasn't enough to put her on the Olympic team, it established her as a marathoner to watch in the future. Hanscom is currently focusing on shorter distances, with an eye on February's USA XC Championships.
(October 2004)

Jeanne Hennessy
After skyrocketing to the top of the U.S. distance running ranks, Jeanne Hennessy was beset by a series of health challenges. Having overcome most of these challenges, Hennessy will compete at the Circle of Friends New York Mini 10K on June 12.
(June 2004)

Molly Huddle
In two years at Notre Dame, Molly Huddle, now a junior, has firmly established herself as one of the NCAA's best runners. We spoke with her shortly after her 2004 cross country season opener, where she finished second to Stanford's Sara Bei.
(October 2004)

Nicole Hunt
Just prior to the 2006 USA 10K Champs, we caught up with mountain runner Nicole Hunt, who was ready to take on the roads!
(October 2006)

Brad Hudson
A former standout runner himself, coach Brad Hudson has assembled a group of top athletes who train under his guidance in Boulder, Colorado.
(November 2004)

Kate Irvin
Kate Irvin,a 10-time All-American at Middlebury College and one of Division III's finest middle-distance runners, has transcended these barriers and proven it is possible to keep at it even without the sponsorship deals.
(October 2005)

Victoria Jackson
An interview with Victoria Jackson after her 2006 NCAA Division I 10,000 meters win and her subsequent fifth-place finish in the 10,0000 meters at the 2006 USA Track & Field Championships.
(July 2006)

Lynn Jennings
After several years of refusing media contact, Lynn Jennings agrees to make a public appearance at the More Marathon. To preview her first public appearance in years, Jennings welcomes an interview with us.
(March 2006)

Alysia Johnson
A UCal Berkeley 800-meter runner, Alysia Johnson won the NCAA Division I 800-meter title in 2007, in a stunning sub-2:00 time. She entusiastcially discusses her recent successes and reveals some contributing factors to her success.
(June 2007)

Benita Johnson
We caught up with Benita Johnson after her 2007 win at Freihofer's, and before her return to the NYRR Mini 10K.
(June 2007)

Benita Johnson
We caught up with Benita Johnson after her 2006 win at Freihofer's, and before her return to the Circle of Friends Mini 10K.
(June 2006)

Benita Johnson
Benita Johnson holds Australian records at three distance on the track, and won the gold in the 8K at the 2004 World Cross Country Championships. We caught up with her shortly before she competed in the Circle of Friends New York Mini 10K.
(June 2005)

Turena Johnson Lane
On October 3, Turena Johnson Lane qualified for her first U.S. World Championship team by placing sixth overall and second among Americans at the Twin Cities Marathon in her home state of Minnesota.
(October 2004)

Deena Kastor
We interviewed Deena Kastor just before her marathon win at the 2006 Flora London Marathon, where she broke the American record.
(April 2006)

Deena Kastor
Deena Kastor became the fastest female marathoner in U.S. history, running 2:21:16 at the London Marathon to break Joan Benoit Samuelson's 17-year-old mark by five seconds. She will next compete at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon, with hopes of qualifying for her second U.S. Olympic team.
(March 2004)

Kelly Keane
Kelly Keane finally ran the marathon she knew she had in her when she won the 2005 HP Houston Marathon in 2:32:27, a personal best by nearly four minutes.
(February 2005)

Hilda Kibet
Hilda Kibet , Lornah Kiplagat's cousin, is dedicating more time to running these days and her dedication is producing phenomenal performances!
(June 2007)

Rachel Kinsman
Rachel Kinsman, formerly Rachel Sauder, ran 2:37:51 for 16th place at the 2003 LaSalle Bank Chicago Marathon and will compete in the 2004 U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon, in St. Louis on April 3.
(March 2004)

Lornah Kiplagat
After winning the 2007 World Cross Country Championsips, Lornah Kiplagat carried her success to the roads, winning the NYRR Mini 10K for a fourth consecutive time!
(June 2007)

Anne Kugler
Anne Kugler was competitive in cross country in high school and college, but then took nearly ten years off. In this interview, she describes her return to competition and her goals for the ING NYC 2005 Marathon
(November 2005)

Marie Lawrence
A high school sophomore from Nevada, Marie (Mel) Lawrence has already finished second twice at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships.
(May 2005)

Emily LeVan
We interviewed Emily LeVan prior to the 2006 Boston Marathon, where she was the first American woman to cross the line.
(April 2006)

Emily LeVan
Until recently, Emily LeVan's running accomplishments have received little attention outside of Maine. With her 2:39:54 win at the Sportshoe Maine Marathon on October 3rd, LeVan served notice that she can contend on the national level.
(October 2004)

Magdalena Lewy Boulet
We caught up with Magdalena Lewy Boulet just days before competing in the 2006 ING New York City Marathon.
(November 2006)

Michelle Lilienthal
Relatively new but very successful in the distance running scene, Michelle Lilienthal spoke with us after her third-place finish at the USA Half-Marathon Championships.
(January 2007)
Michelle Lilienthal
We spoke to Michelle Lilienthal about breaking into the professional running scene
(April 2006)
Magdalena Lewy Boulet
Magdalena Lewy Boulet will return to competition at the Circle of Friends New York Mini 10K on June 12, after finishing a heartbreaking fifth at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon in April.
(June 2004)

Susan Loken
Susan Loken is an inspiration. She only ever began jogging at age 35. She was an out-of-shape mom who simply wanted to get in shape. We interviewed her eight years later, the reigning USA Marathon Champion, as she was getting ready to defend her third More Magazine Marathon title.
(March 2007)

Devon Martin
Devon Martin is a coach for the Nike Central Park Track Club. She shares her history with running and offers great advice for all levels of runners.
(April 2007)

Maureen McCandless
Maureen McCandless' fifth-place finish at last November's NCAA Cross Country Championships was a significant improvement, to say the least, over her only previous appearance in the meet, a 210th-place performance in 2002.
(January 2005)

Katie McGregor
We caught up with Katie McGregor as she was preparing for two exciting trips, one to Yokohama, Japan to compete in the Yokohama International Ekiden, and one to Mombassa, Kenya, to compete in the World Cross Country Championships.
(February 2007)

Katie McGregor
In addition to talking about her 2006 running ambitions, Katie McGregor reflects on how she has grown in the sport.
(February 2006)

Katie McGregor
We caught up with Katie McGregor as she prepared to compete at the World Cross Country Championships, followed by the USA 8K Championships.
(March 2005)

Emily McMahon & Dick Brown
Oregon 800m state champion Emily McMahon decided to forego the traditional NCAA running path and opted instead to become a "guinea pig" in the Eugene Health and Performance Foundation's new initiative, which gives her the opportunity to train under legendary coach Dick Brown.
(January 2004)

Carrie Messner
After struggling with injuries for years, Carrie Messner really began to hit her stride in 2004. Though she has only run the steeplechase five times, Messner has gone under 9:51 three times, and finished third in that event at the 2004 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials.
(September 2004)

Megan Metcalfe
Megan Metcalfe, a Canadian distance runner trainiing in West Virginia discusses her breakthrough track season in 2007.
(June 2007)

Amy Mortimer
We caught up with Amy Mortimer just before the 2006 USA Track & Field Championships, where she was attempting to make the USA world team in the 1500 meters.
(June 2006)

Amy Mortimer
A 2003 Kansas State graduate, Amy Mortimer now lives in Boston while she attends graduate school and coaches at Boston College. She will compete at the Continental Airlines Fifth Avenue Mile on September 24.
(September 2005)

Trish Nervo
Former UNC star Trish Nervo has made a spectacular return to distance running in the past 16 months.
(April 2005)

Kate Niehaus
After yet another successful outdoor track season, we spoke to Kate Niehaus about the next step in her running career - running for Stanford University.
(June 2006)

Kate Niehaus
Heading into her junior year of high school, Kate Niehaus is already a two-time Foot Locker finalist. Though she only began running two years ago, Niehaus found success almost instantly, and hasn't missed a step since.
(September 2004)

Kate O'Neill
We interviewed Kate O'Neill just before she took to the roads in the Circle of Friends Mini 10K.
(June 2006)

Kate O'Neill
2003 Yale graduate Kate O'Neill has had a spectacular start to her professional running career. O'Neill, who recently ran under the Olympic "A" standard with a 31:34.37 10,000, will compete at the Circle of Friends New York Mini 10K on June 12.
(May 2004)

Trina Painter
We interviewed Trina Painter to preview the More Magazine Half-Marathon teams. She and her half-marathon partner Lyubov Denisova won the event with a combined time of 2:35:59.
(March 2007)

Zika Palmer
Zika Palmer may only have the 38th fastest qualifying time heading into the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon on April 3, but she has a unique advantage over the rest of the field: she's a hometown girl.
(March 2004)

Stephanie Pezzullo
Stephanie Pezzullo exchanged soccer for distance running less than a year ago. And she's already impressing!
(December 2006)

McKayla Plank
McKayla Plank is a standout runner for Iona. She discusses her second-place finish at the USA Junior Cross Country Championships as well as other recent successes.
(May 2006)

Olena Plastinina and Victoria Ganushina
Originally, signed up as a team for the More Marathon, Olena Plastinina and Victoria Ganushina talk about their experience running for the Warren Street Social and Athletic Club as compared to running in Russia, where they are both from. They describe their running and life ambitions.
(March 2006)

Paula Radcliffe
Just two months prior to giving birth to daughter Isla, Paula Radcliffe was named recepient of the 2006 Abebe Bikila Award in New York City as part of the ING New York City Marathon 2006 race week festivities. In a brief interview, she expresses how grateful she is for the award and how excited she is to become a mom.
(November 2006)

Veena Reddy
Veena Reddy, a 2:49 marathoner who is just beginning to explore her running potential, will compete at the USA 8K Championships in New York on March 26.
(March 2005)

Jen Rhines
We caught up with Jen Rhines a couple of days before she left for Japan to compete in the Yokohama International Ekiden. She spoke about training with Team Running USA, and her decision to shift gears from the marathon to the track.
(February 2007)

Jen Rhines
Jen Rhines qualified for her second Olympic team in April when she passed Blake Russell just before the 26 mile mark of the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials and grabbed the third and final spot on the team in 2:29:57, a PR by more than 11 minutes.
(June 2004)

Olga Romanova
An interview with Olga Romanova who ran in the New York Road Runnerís Thomas G. Labrecque 5K Classic Presented by JPMorgan for training purposes, and placed second.
(September 2006)

Amy Rudolph
An interview with Amy Rudolph prior to the 2006 USA 5K Championships, where Rudolph placed third.
(September 2006)

Amy Rudolph
After representing the U.S. at the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games, Amy Rudolph came very close in 2004 but just missed her third Olympic team in two different events.
(November 2004)

Marla Runyan
We caught with, Marla Runyan to discuss her amazing comeback into the professional running scene, shortly after giving birth to her daughter Anna.
(May 2006)

Blake Russell
We caught up with Blake Russell shortly after she won the 8K at the 2006 USA Cross Country Championships in New York City. Russell, who trains with the Big Sur Distance Project, discusses her experience working with Coach Bob Sevene, her racing strategies, and her increasing number of breakthrough performances.
(March 2006)

Aislinn Ryan
Aislinn Ryan, of Warwick Valley, NY, entered the national scene in the Fall of 2004. In this interview, she describes her summer training in 2005 and what it is like being a top high school runner.
(November 2005)

Aislinn Ryan
Aislinn Ryan broke through to a new level during the fall of 2003 and closed out her cross country season with a 12th place finish at the Foot Locker Cross Country Championships. Now a junior, Ryan is hoping for more improvement in 2004.
(September 2004)

Lindsey Scherf
During her freshman year at Harvard, Lindsey Scherf became a three-time All-American, was the top U.S. finisher in the junior girls' race at the World Cross Country Championships, and set a U.S. junior record at 10,000 meters.
(June 2005)

Alice Schmidt
We caught up with two-time NCAA 800m champion Alice Schmidt as she began her 2004 track campaign. The UNC senior was preparing to compete against professional athletes at the adidas Boston Indoor Games.
(January 2004)

Sarah Schwald
Sarah Schwald ran her first crss country race in years at the 2006 USA National Cross Coutry Championships held in New York City. She has much to say about her new training location and her gained confidence as a 33-year old professional runner.
(February 2006)

Sara Slattery
An interview with Sara Slatterya day before her impressive performance at the 2006 USATF Outdoor Track & Field Championships.
(June 2006)

Sara Slattery
Despite battling many injuries over the course of her collegiate career, Sara Slattery managed to win her second individual NCAA title — at 10,000 meters, in only her second attempt at the distance — in her final collegiate race.
(June 2005)

Alison Smith
Alison Smith spoke to us just before she headed out to San Diego for the Footlocker Cross Country Championships.
(December 2006)

Kim Smith
On a nearly unbearable humid day at the Reebok Grand Prix, Kim Smith speaks with Fast-Women about 5000-meter race performance, her upcoming road race, The NYRR Mini 10K, and reveals upcoming race and training goals.
(June 2007)

Kim Smith
Two days prior to the 2006 Continental Airlines Fifth Avenue Mile Kim Smith spoke to us about her comeback after a year of injury recovery.
(September 2006)

Jenny Spangler
Jenny Spangler will make her fourth U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials appearance April 3. She is best known for her surprise victory at the 1996 Trials in a PR of 2:29:54, but the stat geeks love her for a different reason — she holds both the American junior (2:33:52) and masters (2:32:39) records in the marathon.
(March 2004)

Julia Stamps
An interview with Julia Stamps prior to running the inaugural NYC Half-Marathon Presented by Nike.
(August 2006)

Carrie Tollefson
An interview with Carrie Tollefson prior to the 2006 USA 5K Championships
(September 2006)

Carrie Tollefson
After an arduous selection process, Carrie Tollefson was the lone U.S. female 1,500-meter runner to represent the U.S. at the 2004 Athens Olympic Games. Tollefson represented the U.S. well and just missed qualifying for the final by one spot.
(September 2004)

Jen Toomey
Jen Toomey tore up the track in 2004, winning both the 800 and 1,500 at the USA Indoor Championships. After a rough finish to the '04 season, Toomey opened her '05 season by defending her U.S. title in the 1,500.
(February 2005)

Jen Toomey
After starting the indoor season with some fast times, Jen Toomey stepped it up another notch by setting an American record in the 1,000m, and becoming the first athlete ever to win the 800/1,500m double at the USA Indoor T&F Championships. We caught up with Toomey as she headed to Hungary to compete in the World Indoor Championships.
(March 2004)

Sara Wells
We caught up with Sara Wells as she was preparing to compete in the 2007 Boston Marathon. Having been injured more ofthen than not since the last time we interviewed her, she has successfully recovered and is ready to go.
(April 2007)

Sara Wells
In her only marathon, Sara Wells won the 2003 national championships, which were held on the course that will be the site of April 3's U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Women's Marathon. Wells is considered one of the contenders to grab a spot on the 2004 U.S. Olympic team.
(March 2004)

Liz Wilson
Liz Wilson is one of only three women to place in the top 15 at both the 2000 and 2004 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. Wilson has also represent the U.S. four times at the World Cross Country Championships.
(February 2005)

Shelly Woods
Wheelchair racer Shelly Woods expresses excitement about racing in in the ING New York City Marathon.
(November 2006)

Liz Yelling
Liz Yelling, in her normal upbeat attitude discusses her excitement for competing at the Flora London Marathon.
(April 2007)

Event Interviews and Feature Stories
2005 USA Outdoor Track & Field Championships: Athlete Interviews
Shalane Flanagan, Lauren Fleshman, Amy Rudolph, Rebekah Noble, Nicole Blood, Katie McGregor, Deena Kastor, Sarah Bowman, Treniere Clement, Lindsay Allen, Elizabeth Jackson, Lisa Galaviz, Carrie Messner, and Hazel Clark
(June 2005)
Kenyan Running Feature
Life in the slow lane: The daily schedule of a few fast Kenyans
(May 2005)
Nike Indoor Nationals Athlete Interviews
Brief interviews with Geena Gall, Sarah Bowman, Kelly Parrish, Katie Doswell, Lindsay Anderson, Kate Niehaus, Krista Anderson, Nicole Blood, Brittany Sedberry, Caitlin Lane, and Lindsey Ferguson.
(March 2005)
Interviews from the 2005 NCAA Indoor Track & Field Championships
Interviews with NCAA champions Anne Shadle, Ida Nilsson, and Renee Metivier.
(March 2005)
Interviews from the 2005 USA Cross Country Championships
Brief post-race interviews with Shayne Culpepper, Colleen De Reuck, Shalane Flanagan, Liza Pasciuto, and Jen Rhines
(February 2005)

 

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