The Dick and Carrie Show, Dontcha Know? – Grandma’s Marathon 2024

In this special episode, Olympian Carrie Tollefson and the legendary Dick Beardsley team up for “The Dick and Carrie Show, Dontcha Know?” live from Grandma’s Marathon 2024! Dick Beardsley, a 2-time winner of Grandma’s Marathon, London Marathon champion, and Boston Marathon runner-up, joins Carrie to co-host this exciting episode.

Together, they interview an incredible lineup of guests who steal the show:

– Alan Noel: National Vice Captain & Treasurer of Black Men Run, shares his inspiring journey and passion for running.
– Zac Clark: Founder of Release Recovery and former contestant on The Bachelorette, talks about his path in running and recovery.
– Dakotah Lindwurm: 2024 US Olympian from Minnesota and 2-time Grandma’s Marathon winner, discusses her running career and goals.

Listen in as they discuss who they run for, their paths to becoming runners, why they run, and their goals for the weekend. Plus, enjoy some fun rapid-fire questions that are sure to make you laugh!

Recorded June 21, 2024

Alan L. Noel

Alan is a national vice-captain and treasurer for Black Men Run, which is a national running group aimed at increasing health awareness among African American men. He and others from the group around the nation used Duluth as one of their annual “meet up runs” this summer, partnering with Destination Marathons for the full Duluth experience.

Zac Clark

Zac is the CEO of Release Recovery, an organization he started in 2017 to help people focus on the right parts of recovery. After struggling with drug abuse himself, he’s now made it his life’s mission to help rehabilitate people into the world after battling with their own addictions. He was also a contestant on The Bachelorette Season 16.

Dakotah Lindwurm

Dakotah Lindwurm is a professional runner and a member of Minnesota Distance Elite. Originally from St. Francis, Minnesota, she excelled in track and cross country during high school and college. Dakotah attended Northern State University, where she was a five-time DII National Qualifier and a two-time All-American. Since turning professional in 2018, she has achieved significant success, including winning Grandma’s Marathon twice and placing in various national championships. Dakotah is dedicated to her marathon career and continues to compete at the highest levels.

Show Notes:

Black Men Run
Release Recovery
Dakotah Lindwurm – Minnesota Distance Elite

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