At LetsRun.com our goal is provide the best coverage of professional running and track and field in the world. The staff at our two head office(s) and contributors below help make LetsRun.com the #1 destination for running aficionados throughout the world.
Robert Johnson - a co-founder of the site, Rojo built a long-distance powerhouse at Cornell University during his ten years there (2002-2012). As a runner, Rojo went from being frustrated and often injured to nearly making the Olympic Marathon Trials.
John Kellogg - the training guru at LetsRun.com and simply the World’s Best Running Coach. He has had success with all types of runners from high school, to college, to top ranked US runners.
Emory Mort - affectionately referred to as Employee #1 on the message boards, Emory is a qualifier for the US National Championships in the steeplechase.
Weldon Johnson- a co-founder of the site who went from being an obscure runner to the cusp of making the US Olympic team, Weldon (aka Wejo) is a 28:06 10k runner who paced Paula Radcliffe to her world record in the marathon.
Steve Soprano – sometimes referred to as Employee 1.1, Steve competed in college at Cornell and now trains in Flagstaff, AZ. He has a half-marathon PB of 67:53 and dreams of making the 2016 US Olympic Marathon Trails.
Ethiopia: Teferi Debebe – Teferi has gone behind the scenes to give LetsRun.com fans exclusive coverage of the Ethiopian athletics scene. Many of the worlds best runners are Ethiopian and we’re glad to finally now have behind the scenes access.
Guest Contributors: From time to time, we rely on guest contributors to give us glimpses of the running world that we can not reach with our own regular coverage. From Paul Norton’s dispatches from Kenya, to PJ Browne’s musings from Ireland, our guest articles round out our coverage of the sport. If you feel you have an article our viewers would like to see, please email us.
(Updated March 1, 2013)