Texas Bridge Series 7-10-16George, Mo and Cowboy Dave from The Morning Bull sit down with Keith Schreiter and Jon Wock from Running Alliance Sport to discuss this year’s Texas Bridge Series. This series of races includes the Toughest 10k Kemah on September 18, Toughest 10k Galveston on October 15 and La Porte By the Bay Half Marathon on November 20. Visit runningalliancesport.org for more information or to volunteer.
Houston Marathon 1-17-16The Morning Bull sits down with Wade Morehead (Executive Director, Houston Marathon) to talk about today’s Houston Marathon. They discuss the different charities and sponsors involved, and get into how to get a head start on registering for next year’s run.
Chevron Houston Marathon 11-22-15The HOT Show sits down with Kimberly Hall (Director of Run for a Reason) to talk about the Chevron Houston Marathon coming up on January 16th. They're also joined by a few representatives of charities involved in the run: Mary-Beth from Bo's Place, Melody from Covenant House, and Danielle from St. Jude's. Each of these lovely ladies discusses the origin and mission of their respective charities.
Boston Bombing Victim Going Home After Amputation In KatyA woman injured in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing who had several surgeries before having part of her leg amputated recently was discharged from a rehab facility Saturday and has vowed to run the race next year.
Road Trip: Boston and Indianapolis Brien and Paul pack their jackets as they head northeast to Boston before finishing their road trip in Indianapolis. Boston Herald columnist and Host WEEI host Chris Vilanni joins the guys to talk about the one year anniversary of the Boston Marathon Bombing. What was supposed to be a day of recollection and paying respect, turned out to be a panic filled evening in Boston after two unattended backpacks were fount near the marathon finish line. A man, suspected of being mentally ill has been apprehended by Boston police and is in custody.
Bob Ryan's "Boston Strong" With Nate & Creight
Cancelled Dallas Marathon Donates Unused Food To Organizations The Dallas Marathon is donating food originally intended for runners to two local organizations after the race was cancelled.