Have you ever wondered what a podcast guest has been up to since you heard them interviewed?  We have, and so  Running Reunion was born.  

On this week’s episode, Tina catches up with brothers Aaron and Joshua Potts.  They’re the co-founders and co-hosts of Running Report and 2 Black Runners, a YouTube channel and podcast “produced for the culture and by the culture.”  They have a deep knowledge and love of running, and they’re using their voices to create positive change in the running community.

The 2 Black Runners podcast is available on all of the major podcast platforms, and their Running Report videos are on YouTube.  You can follow Running Report on Twitter and Instagram, and keep up with the latest from 2 Black Runners on their Instagram.

You can listen to Aaron and Joshua’s original episode here.

Listen to the Running for Real Podcast here:

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“Thank you” to Aaron and Joshua.  We look forward to hearing your thoughts on the show.

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