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Runner's Roundtable

Tonight I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Runner's Roundtable. Check out the February 16th West Coast edition here.

For upcoming shows, check out Runner's Roundtable blog.

Happy Training!


Lora Abernathy said…
Hey, Erin. Thanks for the follow on my blog. I'll definitely have to check out the Runner's Rountable. Glad your flu's gone and have a wonderful day!

- Lora (IronMountaineer)
Penney said…
Hi Erin,

I enjoyed listening to the podcast and am glad to have found your blog. See you at swimming,


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