They’re not your average running group. They’re a community. Join the Black Girls RUN! Movement to take the first step in changing your life and the lives of thousands of women across the country. This aid station rambling sits down with the local Delray chapter and they discuss healthy bodies and healthy minds that equal a happy life along with the off topic halloween costumes and favorite running music. As always, you might feel smarter after listening to this episode, yet if not, you will definitely feel happier.


This aid station rambling stems on discussing the randoms of doing a half marathon once a month, hills, race stories, junk miles, DBRC events, and family. Listen in for tips, tricks, and stories of race strategy or race day gone bad! We extend our running community center with runthesunvirtual.com, Tap it on the Ave Series 2, and listen to this one on a 60 minute run because sometimes it’s just awesome to run and laugh with us and make the drivers wonder what is wrong with you. As always, you might feel smarter after listening to this episode, yet if not, you will definitely feel happier.

Marilyn Bevans visits the DBRC!

Girls and women’s participation in sport has dramatically increased over the past 25+ years, and there are a number of professional women’s leagues today that did not exist in the 1980s. There’s also been a tremendous growing interest and fan base for women’s sports over the last quarter century.

Sadly dubbed as a pioneer, Marilyn Bevans, fell in love with endurance running in the wrong decade.

Marilyn Bevans was the first sub-three-hour, African-American female marathoner, and the first national-class black female American marathoner. Her personal best came in 1979, when she ran 2:49:56 at the 1979 Boston Marathon.

In November, she was inducted into the National Black Marathoners Association’s Distance Runner Hall of Fame. On National Running Day this June, we were fortunate to have her here at the Delray Beach Running Company where she is displayed on our mural.

Listen to this interview of how it was like to grow up as a black woman athlete, how she loves coaching now, and her beliefs that have lead her to success.


the aid station, a hilarious and rambling dialogue on the week’s topic of hydration or heat and mimosas. Lots and lots of mimosas and the equally important antics of hula hooping. Jump start an uninspiring workout with an entertaining distraction while logging in miles. You might not feel smarter after listening to this episode, but you will definitely feel happier.