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Ten Runners You’re Not Following—Yet

You’ll have no trouble keeping up (online) with these highfliers

Rare are the runners who don’t shamelessly sing their own praises and exclusively promote their sponsors. For the athletic-blog equivalent of indies, add these 10 freewheelers to your streams.


Bobby Flay

The celebrity chef barely missed the four-hour mark in 2010 with a 4:01.

Haruki Murakami

The famed Japanese novelist is a serious runner—he’s run more than 30 marathons. He finished New York in 3:31 in 1991.


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