We play a little catch up to open the show.
At (10:16) we are joined by the founder of Run Hope Work, Jose Ortiz.
At (10:46) we get a quick local geography lesson, and then Jose tells us about how Run Hope Work works.
At (14:55) Jose tells us about how he got his start with running, how it changed his life, and the epiphany that he had on a run that inspired him to use running to help other people.
At (18:45) we learn more about Run Hope Work and whose life is it.
At (27:05) we talk about Keonte Haynesworth, a young man who was trying to improve his life through the program whose life was recently tragically cut short.
At (31:00) Jose talks about his past and the harsh environment that he escaped.
We are back at (36:20) to wrap up the interview.
At (37:44) we have an update on the US marathon Olympic Trials, including a guy Farleys age who is running in the race.
Then at (41:06) we talk about the US track and field championships that took place in Des Moines, Iowa last weekend, and touch on a few of the pace the nation performances.
At (44:51) we visit a topic that we have not touched in a while, a Docs Running update. Docs is actually running, he was suckered into running a leg in a relay race and might be that running guy in his neighborhood.
At (1:01:18) we close out letting our listeners finally find out how the womens world cup turned out and at (1:03:22) Farley talks about an Olympic dad bod.