This series showcases Knoxville Endurance Athletes who are running the B.A.A. Boston Marathon.
A spotlight on the guy who writes the spotlights by Whitney Heins
25-year-old Megan Kleeschulte will be making her first appearance at Boston in 2019.
At age 47, Matt Stegall keeps pace with people 15 years his junior. Having a 17:30 5k is no joke...
Rick Greve is 59 years old and he’s been running for 13 years. 2019 will be his fourth year toeing the line in Hopkinton.
Lindsay Parks has been running for 10 years. A habit she picked up in 2009 when...
Jennifer Singh defies expectations. Growing up in Fresno before the establishment of Title IX law...
35-year-old native Knoxvillian Margaux Cowan-Banker has been running ever since she was a little kid.
At age 29, Doug Slater is a bit wise beyond his years. There is a curious resiliency to him that...
Betsy Johnson is no novice. She’s been at this since she was a teenager, finishing her first marathon at age 16.
David Hinkle runs marathons faster at 55 than he did at 25. At the same time...
Margaux Akright is a former collegiate ice-dance champion. She’s been figure skating since she could walk.
Nicole Eisenberg is a force to be reckoned with. When you hear about her background it’s not surprising to see why.
At age 37, Jason Bailey runs a marathon in 2:56:47. More than enough to earn him entry into the 2019 Boston Marathon.
Mere words cannot describe the positivity that emanates from Pat Pickard when you meet him.
Jason McLeod almost gave up competing and now he’s nearly 3 minutes away from an Olympic Trials Qualifier.
Constantly on the go, Gina Rouse carries out the roles of wife, mother and runner.
David Proffitt has taken his college education to another level.
Grainger County High School Senior Zach Long is on fire these days.