Run Mummy Run launched a brand new podcast in May 2021, and the latest episode is live now!
The podcast follows the inspirational women from the Run Mummy Run community whose stories uplift, give hope and inspire every day. RMR runners of every ability, age, size and background will be featured, and the hosts will be talking to women from all walks of life who have extraordinary tales to tell.
RMR Podcast Series 1 | Episode 5
RMR Member: Che Viva (Che Odlum)
Inclusion, Diversity, Representation
In episode 5 of Running Conversations, Leanne and Becs talk to Run Mummy Run member Che.
Inspired by the 2012 Olympic games, Che came to running later in life after not feeling sporty in school. We hear how her family and her St. Lucian heritage is very important to how she lives her life. How her running is an inspiration to her children and how her family’s history of volunteering has inspired her to do the same.
Che talks passionately about representation, diversity and inclusion and encouraging everyone to enjoy running and feel a valued part of the running community. She has some fabulous stories, listen to the podcast to find out how she became an athlete representing St Lucia!
Sponsors of the 5th episode
Leanne and Becs chat to Vikki Thornwell from Biolite to find out more about Biolite’s headlamps, the features and benefits of their headlamps including the front and rear head light all in one. As autumn and winter arrives visibility has never been more important.
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