Every week on the Ali on the Run Show, I talk with inspiring people who lead interesting lives on the run and beyond. And while running is what brings us all together, on these episodes, we're digging a little deeper. These conversations are about the decisions people have made to get where they are today, and how getting sweaty has factored in. Whether you’re on the run toward something great or away from something that’s holding you back, join me on this never-ending adventure, and let’s all pick up the pace together.
Cynthia Martinez, Filmmaker & Journalist
Cynthia Martinez talks about her running story and her film, First Voice Generation.
Just Missed with Kellyn Taylor
HOKA NAZ Elite athlete Kellyn Taylor reflects on the high points and the low ones of her career.
On the Job with Caitlin Dalton, Middle School Special Education Teacher
Caitlin Dalton talks about her work as a middle school special education teacher.
Answering listener questions about running without a watch, building confidence, advice for first-time marathoners, and more.
Shelby Houlihan & Karissa Schweizer, Bowerman Track Club Teammates
Shelby Houlihan and Karissa Schweizer talk about what it's like when your closest teammate is also your toughest competition.
Just Missed with Julia Lucas
Julia Lucas reflects on that fateful day at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials in Eugene, OR.
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I know I can always rely on Ali to deliver something great to listen to on the run. Whether it be fun, light hearted or chatting with a pro or talking about the bigger topics in life and in our sport. I love the balance of guests and new and innovating series you come up with.
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I’ve been listening to Ali on the Run for over two years now and I’m still as excited for each new episode as I was when I started. Ali has a way of asking questions and listening that makes for meaningful and surprising conversations about running and life outside of running. Her positivity and thoughtfulness is especially appreciated during these times. Have a listen! You won’t regret it.