running with sisters
Photo by Guiseppe Milo. Used with permission.

I used to be a solo runner—apart from being a volunteer Start Running with SA Road Runners Club and that was a class situation—but last year (in 2015), I discovered the joys of trail running. And the joys of running Adelaide’s trails with a bunch of other runners.

On the trails, I met some wonderful female runners. They told me their stories, and I was inspired by what many of them had to do to keep running. So I thought I’d interview a few and share their stories on The Diane Lee Project.

As an aside, if you’re a runner—it doesn’t matter if you are starting out, or have been running for years—and you’d like to share your story, just fill out the interview questions on this form and I’ll schedule you in.

Running With Sisters

In a nutshell, Running With Sisters is a series—in the form of interviews with female runners—that provides running advice, inspiration and motivation to women of all running abilities, ages and weights.

Interviews are published every four weeks or so.

If you’re a runner and you’d like to inspire other runners with your story, just fill out the interview questions on this form and I’ll schedule you in.


 

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