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Poet Runner

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 Richard and i will be interviewing 

NICOLE HENARES (Aurelia Lorca) is a poet, storyteller who writes about the immigration history of the Monterey Peninsula and how Lorca’s duende, the duende of Andalusia and flamenco, is a cross cultural spirit. She has her BA in English from UC Davis, her MFA in Writing and Consciousness from California Institute of Integral Studies, and has been an English teacher at Lowell High School since 2003


Rescheduled  for tuesday  

Monday interviewing  Sabrina Seher who just completed a 100 mile run who  got 2nd place female 5th overall!
Sabrina began her running journey back in 2009, escalating quickly she ran her first marathon that year and hasn’t stopped since. She said it was the beginning of taking her life back. Super is her kick she and that can be opened up later. Since then, she has logged almost 400 marathon ultra finishes, including most recently finishing 2nd place female at the Yeti 100 Washington! Her other notable accomplishments include running Boston (2x), finishing “14” “Quadzillas” (4 marathons in 4 consecutive days), and completing 52 marathons/ultras in less than 52 weeks! But it isn’t just all about individual running for Sabrina. Sabrina has been coaching runners for a decade, and has coached hundreds of runners to tackle half marathon, marathon or ultra distances. She leveraged her run coaching into a successful holistic fitness/mindset/lifestyle coaching program where she helps clients manage and grow in all facets of their lives. Sabrina is intuitive and gets you to go where you actually want to be and beyond. She is also the founder and owner of Run Super Series, a race company that produces running events in Washington State ranging from 5k’s to 50 milers. Since 2017, thousands of runners have crossed the finish line at one of her many races!