A podcast for and about dedicated amateur runners who are working hard and achieving inspirational results.
United States
174 episodes
since July 8, 2017


#166 Ron Romano

Ron Romano may be the happiest guy in running. Not only that, he’s worked hard to become one heck of a runner. He’s run 42 marathons (with a PR of 2:40) and is a veritable wealth of knowledge on all things running. After taking a nine year break from racing he roared back with abandon and is now one of the best runners in the country for his age (58). You can learn more about Ron at www.instagram.com/ronrunsnyc.  The Rambling Runner Podcast is presented by Mercury Mile. You can get a box of high quality apparel and goodies that all runners will love at www.mercurymile.com and save $10 by using promo code “ramblingrunner10” at checkout.  A big thank you to Megaton Coffee for making great tasting coffee with twice the caffeine and fueling the Rambling Runner Podcast. Learn more at www.megatoncoffee.com and use “rambling” at checkout for to get your first bag of coffee of your subscription plan for only $5. This podcast is sponsored by Anchor and Beach Too Sandy, Water Too Wet Podcast Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theramblingrunner/message Become a supporter of this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theramblingrunner/support
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