We're counting down to the 49th running of the AJC Peachtree Road Race in season 2 of The Peachtree Podcast. Listen as Atlanta Track Club Executive Director Rich Kenah explains what's new for this year. Defending women's champion Aliphine Tuliamuk describes why the Peachtree is so special to her. Plus, Atlanta Track Club coach Amy Begley shares her Peachtree training tips.
July 4th is almost here! This week, learn about the best ways to get to the starting line on race morning. Meet the chair of Atlanta Track Club's board, Mary Ford, and hear about her personal connection to this race. The Peachtree party doesn't stop at the finish line...Ronnel Blackmon & his team tell us about the post-race festivities! And what's next after Peachtree? Natalie Demarko & Meaghan Leon have some tips on how to continue what you've started!
You're almost there! This week, learn about the AJC Peachtree Road Race's wheelchair division. If you need a little inspiration, check out competitor Duane Morrow's story. We'll announce the elite field for this year's US 10k Championship. Plus, can you imagine handing out water to 60,000 runners? Hear from Caryn Lamphier, who coordinates the army of volunteers on July 4th. And Bob Wells fills us in on this year's extra special Kilometer Kids charity chase.
The USA 10K champion will be named at this year's AJC Peachtree Road Race. This week, learn from the best of the best, including those who will be competing this year, as well as past champions. Special guests include Bernard Lagat, Amy Cragg, Christo Landry, Bridget Lyons & Kirubel Erassa.
This week, we put the spotlight on the traditions surrounding the AJC Peachtree Road Race. Where did it all begin? What's changed about the race and what's stayed the same all these years? Plus, training tips from Atlanta Track Club coach Amy Begley. She'll tell us where we should be with our training a month away from the July 4th race!
The AJC Peachtree Road Race is 60,000 runners strong today, but how did we get here? Plus, meet one of the faces in the crowd this year - 92-year-old Betty Lindberg. Yes, we said 92! And AJC Peachtree Road Race Medical Director Dr. Jonathan Kim sorts through the fact versus fiction when it comes to running a 10k.