15 Dashing Whippets You Should be Following on Strava

If you are getting to know Strava consider following a few of your teammates and friends.

First join our team’s Strava group by linking your GPS watch here

Then, you can follow your friends (on the team or not yet on the Dashing Whippets) by clicking on “follow” when you see their profile.  

Here are the 15 Dashing Whippets You Should be Following on Strava:

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1. Brian Donaghy

Brian knows more about GPS than most of NATO.
Fortunately, the Official Secrets Act does not prevent us from tracking him by the minute on his workouts, whether by bike or run.

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2. Martina di Marco

 Friend, Roman, Countrywoman.
Martina’s passion for marathons is rivaled only by her passion for her true love: spaghetti carbonara. If you want to run through the City with seven tough hills, follow her on Strava. 

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3. Taylor Hartstein 

Commutes to work at a 7:00 pace. No additional comment is necessary!

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4. Jerlyn Thomas

At the lake, on her bike, in open water, or running. You can’t stop her. Two workouts a day? Jerlyn calls that “base building.”   

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5. Stephen Wo 

Author of The Great Lehigh Valley Train Robbery, and other great works.
Clicks off 20 miles like it’s breakfast. “Boston will always be there,” said Steve, a true sportsman. Steve does not blame the train.

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6. Laura Huselton

Follow Laura and keep track of our Boston Dashing Whippets squad–for example, at the MIT track. And, tell your Boston friends about the Dashing Whippets’ Boston chapter—Details are on Meetup.

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7. Jyrki Ruohomaki 

We have learned more about Finnish geography than we ever thought possible. Jyrki’s “morning run” takes place when it is midnight, New York time. Follow Jyrki and swim, bike, and run through beautiful countryside on a daily basis, often twice per day.

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8. Kaitlyn Kiernan 

One of the team’s earlier adopters of Strava, Kaitlyn’s training for the 2016 Boston Marathon was exciting to follow. Always engaging with her run titles and commentary.

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9. Matan Korrub 

This former Windy City resident has been on a tear ever since finding New York and in turn, the Dashing Whippets Running Team.

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10. Tommy “Teaspoon” Sung Pyon

The brutal summer of 2016 meant nothing to Tommy, one of our two newest Dashing Whippets in Austin, TX. tommy

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11. Christine Peddy 

Follow Christine for inspiring, running commentary in the life of one of our team’s most accomplished triathletes. New York. the East End. Paris. Warning… those who follow her training closely report often suffering heat exhaustion by just reading her Strava files!  

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12. Patricia Tirona 

Patricia’s run commutes and Ragnar runs are fun to follow, and well-deserving of kudos.
Those 80-90 mile weeks are powered by those run commutes!

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13. Keith Slyman 

Keith’s discipline and strong results consistently inspire our 40+ runners, and the entire team. Rain, snow, sleet? Keith has a hat for that.

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14. Kim Martineau 

Our Masters runner of the year, and frequent AG award winner tells it like it is, and pretty much says what’s on all our minds when naming her runs. Her discipline and achievement always inspire.

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15. Elizabeth Laseter 

Want to see what training for the next National Beer Mile Championships looks like? Give this gal a follow.

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More about Dashing Whippets Running Team

The Dashing Whippets Running Team is a New York based running team that is founded on, and driven by, the diversity of our team members. With team members from all over the city, the country and the world, and with greatly different running goals, we find unity in recognizing and appreciating each others differences and our mutual enjoyment of running and participating in the New York running community and beyond.

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