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Women's Running Stories

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Women's Running Stories features inspiring stories told by exceptional women runners about their running experiences. Hear about the many ways women are achieving excellence and changing their lives through the sport of running. Get motivated to reach your own running goals by women who are making it happen.
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Running is the one thing that we all like talking about. Every week on the award winning Women’s Running podcast, we talk all things running, women, health and fitness with our own brand of happy, irreverent chat. Esther and Holly talk through their training highs and lows, and all the bits and pieces in-between. Every so often, we invite an expert to join us to help us figure out the confusing worlds of training, recovery, nutrition, health and more. And sometimes we get to talk to an incre ...
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Join Emily Jones for A Women’s Running Podcast by Run Panthera – a space to celebrate and inspire women who run. She speaks with inspirational female runners who share their experiences, to motivate more women to get out and run.Run Panthera is a women’s running community, inspiring women everywhere to push harder, run longer, aim higher and support each other. Visit www.runpanthera.com to find out more.
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Trail Running Women

Hilary Spires: Trail Runner, Coach, Sports Junkie

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The women of the trails share their stories about running, racing, and life. These badass ladies from around the globe get honest about everything from competing, motherhood, and trying to have it all. Get ready for training ideas, gear tips, and a healthy dose of inspiration.
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Real stories by real women about about having babies (or not!), running, getting old, women‘s health, doulas, free birthing, home birth, midwifery care, radical healing, death, being an impostor, depression, joy, magic...and more! Views should not be taken as medical advice. Ask a midwife; seek answers. My chats are informal: ordinary women share their extraordinary stories about birth, ultra running, love, revolution, and gentleness. Among other topics. Listen up!
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Women in the Middle® Entrepreneurs is a podcast for midlife women who are ready to explore what it’s really like to run a business after 50, when you’re also dealing with the common challenges that are part of midlife. Suzy Rosenstein, MA and Master Certified Life Coach pulls back the curtain and shares the ups and downs, obstacles and opportunities of having big business dreams while navigating big family responsibilities, aging parents and menopause. As a midlife coach for women, Suzy shar ...
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Welcome to episode 200 of the Women’s Running podcast. This episode is sponsored by Runna. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. 200 celebrations Whoop whoop! It’s our 200th episode and we are ce…
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Madie Boreman is a professional steeplechaser for Oiselle, and last year, 2023, in her very first season as a pro, she established herself as a racer to watch. Getting to this point, however, has been full of many ups and downs. In this episode Boreman shares the fascinating story of transitioning from collegiate racing to the professional ranks. B…
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Today’s episode is with Kimberly Diede. Kimberly is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s an independent author who offers uplifting stories that encourage women in midlife to never stop dreaming and taking chances. In this episode, you will learn: How Kimberly became an author of inspiring stories for midlife women. That achieving our dreams ta…
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Today’s episode is with Ciel Stevens. Ciel is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s focusing on multi-family real estate as a way to build passive and residual income. In this episode, you will learn: How to find courage in adversity and become resilient and reclaim your power and wealth. How mindset and training of the mind can really help move…
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Welcome to episode 199 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Heat training This episode, we explore the idea that running is something we can do to give us energy,…
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Alyssa is an anti-diet sports dietitian and lover of all things mountain sports. As a dietitian, she believes that physical health matters. As an athlete, she understands the importance of performance. She covered some awesome listener questions including: How to fuel for long runs How much protein do women need? Is protein powder actually healhty?…
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Today’s episode is with Mimi Bishop. Mimi is a woman in the middle entrepreneur, who’s on a mission to make Generation X the wealthiest female generation because with money comes power, and with power, we no longer have to accept the unacceptable. In this episode, you will learn: How to handle midlife curveballs. At our age, resilience is not a pos…
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Today’s episode is with Gayle Gruenberg. Gayle is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who specializes in serving clients who are living with Chronic Disorganization. In this episode, you will learn: How to get organized in midlife. What Chronic Disorganization is and how to recognize it. Why it can be common for midlife age women to deal with disorg…
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Olympian and professional marathon runner for Asics Betsy Saina tells the story of how it all went down at the 2024 USATF 25k National Championships. Saina returned to this race as the reining champion. Saina was born in Kenya and that is where she currently lives. She came to the US for college and had an incredible collegiate career racing for Io…
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Welcome to episode 198 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Bake Off returns We have a lot to talk about - mostly because we’ve been out to see Janusz from The Gr…
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Today’s episode is with Kathleen Krueger. Kathleen is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who went from bookkeeping to a successful writing career and is now working on being intentional about how to transition into her next phase of life. In this episode, you will learn: Your business can still function if you retire in midlife. Figuring out how yo…
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Today’s episode is with Stacey Hylen. Stacey is a woman in the middle entrepreneur whose mission is to give entrepreneurs back to their families and help them do that by helping them scale and add a zero without the hustle. In this episode, you will learn: How to uncover potential & profits in midlife. Why Stacey believes in scaling and adding a ze…
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In this episode, part 5 of this series, Cherie shares how she's getting away from being so reliant on the GPS watch and committing to learn how to run and pace by feel. This is, she continues to discover, a work in progress, especially when it comes to pacing. Cherie also gets into addressing race anxiety and confidence and how these are challenges…
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The Dragon's Back Race is the toughest mountain race in the world, covering some seriously extreme terrain. Katie Mills crushed it. She ran it in 61:12:54, coming first female and 7th overall. We chat about the best and worst parts of her race during the gruelling 6 day event across the of the spine of Wales. Find more from Katie @katie_s_mills Mor…
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Welcome to episode 197 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Emotional load There’s a lot of chat that doesn’t touch on running to begin with, as Holly has had ano…
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Today’s episode is with Joanna Rawbone. Joanna is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who enables introverts to own & play to their strengths authentically while rattling the cages of organizations to shake out the bias that favors the extravert ideal. In this episode, you will learn: When introverts choose to flourish in midlife. Introverted women …
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Today’s episode is with Elaine Williams. Elaine is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s morphed all of her entrepreneurial experience in performing into helping women with video marketing and signature talk coaching. In this episode, you will learn: How Elaine’s mess became her mission in midlife. Learning to lean into the nerves or emotional p…
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Young professional runner Rachel McArthur shares how it all went down at the 2024 USATF 1-Mile National Championships, which took place Tuesday, April 23, 2024, in Des Moines, IA. But more than most race stories, this one is all that much more exciting because of what came before. In this episode, you'll hear it all. A bit of background on MacArthu…
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This is a live recording from Sunday, April 14 at the Boston Marathon Expo. Once again, WRS host Cherie Turner teamed up with Julie Sapper and Lisa Levin from the Run Farther and Faster podcast to co-host an excellent panel. This year's panel was titled Making a Statement: Breaking Barriers in Women's Running, and it featured outstanding runners Al…
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Welcome to episode 196 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. This episode is sponsored by the Coopah run coaching app. For a FREE two-week trial of Coopah, just us…
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Today’s episode is with Monique Bartlett. Monique is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s currently a real estate agent and also owns a travel agency. In this episode, you will learn: How to juggle and balance two businesses in midlife. The struggle is real. You don’t know what you don’t know. To believe in yourself. The challenge to find work/…
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Today’s episode is with Shahara Wright. Shahara is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s an experienced lawyer and helps small business owners, like you, save time, money, and effort when it comes to creating and managing legal documents and forms. In this episode, you will learn: How changing her mindset in midlife helped Shahara see the true v…
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Carmen Graves is a professional track racer sponsored by Oiselle, and she specializes in the uniquely challenging event of the steeplechase. Graves's unexpected discovery of excelling at this event and the exciting reality that she continues to improve as a steeplechaser at the age of 33 is what this story is all about. Graves loves to run and race…
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Welcome to episode 195 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Running recovery This includes our second chat with Jordan from Coopah, who talks to us at around the …
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Filsan Abdiaman is a Fitness Professional, Brazillian jiu-jitsu enthusiast, ultra-runner and Brooks Running Canada Brand Ambassador. She discovered her passion for running as a form of therapy to deal with depression and anxiety attacks after a breakup in 2013. Now racing ultras and drawing attention to mental health (and recently, eating disorders…
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Today’s episode is with Dr. Aleida Heinz. Dr. Heinz is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who helps people with the complexities, challenges, and joys that come with age and intimate relationships and is passionate about promoting healthy, fulfilling relationships that include empowering women to embrace their sexuality at any stage of life. In thi…
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Today’s episode is with Rachel DeGazon. Rachel is a woman in the middle entrepreneur whose big dreams and big ideas led her to become an entrepreneur and teach music to students of all ages. In this episode, you will learn: How music lessons became an entrepreneurial passion. Why hiring a team sooner is usually a great idea. How investing in real e…
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In August 2020, marathon and ultra-distance trail runner Emily Halnon set out on an FKT (fastest known time). The goal: cover the 460 miles of the Pacific Coast Trail that traverses Oregon, from south to north, faster than any other human yet recorded. The purpose: to honor her mother, Andrea Halnon, who had been her inspiration and her biggest sup…
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Welcome to episode 194 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. This episode is sponsored by the brilliant Coopah running app - listen in for an exclusive discount. N…
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Today’s episode is with Dr. Sherell Edwards. Dr. Edwards is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who exercises business and balance while serving as a Functional Healthcare Practitioner to individuals addressing hypertension and diabetes. In this episode, you will learn: Getting your Dr of Education in Health Care after 50. That being over age 50 doe…
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Today’s episode is with Summer McStravick. Summer is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who shares the Flowdreaming Technique, which is similar to meditation, with the world through courses, private clients, and an online shop. In this episode, you will learn: How to manifest a business you love with Flowdreaming in midlife. What committing to entr…
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Adidas professional runner Emily Durgin is back on the podcast! She shares how it all went down at the 2024 USATF 10-Mile National Championships, which took place April 7, 2024, in Washington, D.C. This is a follow up to Durgin's last appearance on WRS, where she told the story of how the USATF Olympic Trails Marathon played out for her. While Durg…
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Women's Running Stories is moving to Tuesdays; expect the next new episode Tuesday, April 30. This Friday episode is a re-air of a great story featuring running great Sally Kipyego. The episode first aired back in March 25, 2021, and it centers on Kipyego's return to competitive running after having her first child, and the journey to making the 20…
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Laura Green is blowing up the internet for chirping all runners, and I’m so here for it! We chat life, motherhood, running, and why middle distance runners might be the strangest of us all. She is also a physical therapist and has a great mindset on how to keep running a life long sport. Follow Laura on Instagram: @lauramcgreen or Follow Laura on T…
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Welcome to episode 193 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Running and MS We have a special guest this episode in the shape of brilliant Lianne the co-founder of…
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Today’s episode is with Lauriann Green. Lauriann is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who has created a course and coaching program on a subject she has been dealing with personally for 40 years: hair loss among women. In this episode, you will learn: How to deal with midlife hair loss. At 63, starting a new business is more challenging, but also …
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Today’s episode is with Stacie Shifflett. Stacie is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who is the founder and CEO of Modern Consciousness® and helps people align their lives with their values, desires, and dreams to live fully and intentionally with a full heart and peace of mind. In this episode, you will learn: How to increase modern consciousnes…
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In 2016, elite ultra-distance trail runner and writer Katie Arnold experienced a traumatic river rafting accident that left her questioning whether or not she would ever be able to run again. This is the story of how Arnold healed after her accident and how that process helped her rediscover a pure joy of running and a magical return to racing. Thi…
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Welcome to episode 192 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Coopah tips In this special episode we’re joined by Jordan Foster from the Coopah running app. Jordan …
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Today’s episode is with Gail Taylor. Gail is a woman in the middle entrepreneur whose mission is to inspire folks to become their best selves and focuses on the topics of mental health and addictions, women’s empowerment, and leveling up. In this episode, you will learn: How to handle curve balls and navigate reinvention in midlife. That it's never…
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Today’s episode is with Carol Walkner. Carol is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who’s an Energy Healer/Reiki master, clairvoyant, medical intuitive, and life quantum catalyst coach who moves people from where they are to where they dream to be, blasting blocks, traumas, etc., that have kept them stuck. In this episode, you will learn: How to shi…
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In this episode, Emilia Benton focuses on how she discovered the approach to marathoning that earned her a Boston Marathon qualifying time, and then how it all went down at last year's Boston Marathon. Benton is a well recognized journalist in the running world, with a particular focus on professional runners as well as runners and stories that hav…
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Welcome to episode 191 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Avoiding parkrun Holly’s been on a hen do and has managed to avoid going to parkrun, or in fact run at…
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Reid Taylor is a Delta Firefighter who has now run 2 marathons wearing 45-pounds of his turnout gear. Reid has always been an athlete but endurance running was something entirley new to him. After his first marathon he began to get chest pains and training stopped abruptly. We chat about how he overcame a 90% blockage in his artery and eventually g…
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Today's episode is with Patsy Sanders. Patsy is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who uses colors to help women uplevel their image and embrace their own beauty. In this episode, you will learn: Why the colors you wear matter in midlife. Having a wardrobe that aligns with who you are today. What you wear can either make you money or cost you money…
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Today’s episode is with Zondra Evans. Zondra is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who teaches business entrepreneurs how to become a TV producer and create multiple additional revenue streams on TV. In this episode, you will learn: Streaming TV is available for midlife entrepreneurs. The importance of a digital strategy for business. Protecting yo…
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Michelle Wheeler is an internationally competitive marathon and distance road racer. Last year saw Wheeler race marathons in Boston, Berlin, Sydney, London, Chicago, New York, and Philadelphia, in addition to traveling throughout the US to shorter-distance races. And, this year, she'll also be returning to shorter distance racing on the track. Whee…
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Welcome to episode 189 of the Women’s Running podcast. I’m your host Esther Newman and she’s your other host Holly Taylor. On this podcast we talk about health, politics, stuff on TV and what we ate last night. Occasionally, we talk about running. Trigger warning: sexual attacks and attempted rape Please go to Rape Crisis for support and advice. Ru…
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Today’s episode is with Marybeth Gregg. Marybeth is a woman in the middle entrepreneur who focuses on how to stress less and play more because she strongly believes that we are here to be our very best and find the joy that is all around us. In this episode, you will learn: How to play more and stress less through intentional living as a midlife en…
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