This conversation is with Anne Maher, a working mom of two. She ran a Boston qualifying 3:28 in her first marathon, and ran a 2:53 marathon in 2020. In this conversation, we learn about her upcoming marathon target.
We dive into what a runner’s life means to her. We learn how she maintains a sense of rhythm whilst being a working parent, and concurrently training towards her potential in the marathon distance.
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