We’re here to help you find and run the races you dream about running — whether that’s a half marathon (our favorite distance, of course), a full marathon, a 10K, an ultra-marathon, or anything in between.
Who are we?
We are Terrell Johnson, the founder and editor-in-chief of Half Marathon Guide, plus Carissa Liebowitz and Hollie Sick, a pair of highly experienced runners who write for this newsletter, sharing everything they know about how to become a better runner.
What do I get?
Free weekly newsletter with our favorite half marathons and other distance races.
Every weekday, a newsletter with more amazing races we think you’ll love running + occasional exclusive, limited-time discounts to those events.
Weekly essay on the mental and emotional side of running and training.
Subscriber forum: Join The Half Marathoner members in our Slack forum with in-depth discussion on running, training, and more. You can access the forum here.
Comments + archive access: Share your thoughts on anything we publish — you’ll be able to comment directly on each issue of the newsletter. See our full archive here.
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