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Ali on the Run Show

Nov 27, 2019

“It was in that moment I realized that I wasn’t running. I also realized I wasn’t jogging. I was barely walking. I looked down, and the tops of my shoes are scraping the ground — one slow movement after the next slow movement.”

It's an Ali on the Run Show Thanksgiving tradition! Four years ago, my now-husband,...

Nov 21, 2019

"One of the hardest conversations I ever had was to admit that I’d been struggling. And I no longer wanted to be alive."

Sarah True is a professional triathlete and Olympian. On this episode, she honestly and vulnerably shares her story of competing at the 2016 Olympics in Rio, hitting rock bottom, and the...

Nov 15, 2019

"When you’re in a powerless position and the rest of your career is totally dependent on what you do, you aren’t going to burn bridges. You don’t have many bridges to walk across."

Phoebe Wright is a former professional middle-distance runner who spent six years competing as a Nike-sponsored athlete. Phoebe, an...

Nov 14, 2019

"I’m kind of labeled as the gay runner. But those are two things I’m really proud of. I’m proud to be gay and I’m proud of my running." —Nikki Hiltz

Nikki Hiltz and Therese Haiss are professional runners for adidas. They live in San Diego where they train with the Mission Athletics Club, and on this episode,...

Nov 7, 2019

"I want to know that every person that crosses that finish line is celebrated. I don’t care what the time on the clock says. I want everyone’s hard work and dreams to be celebrated."

Last Sunday, I became an official TCS New York City Marathon finish line announcer. I always said my dream was to “stand at a finish...