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Pro marathoners to follow on Strava for training inspiration

If you're into looking at other runners' training, look no further than these Strava profiles

Reid Coolsaet

If you’re the kind of runner who loves to know what other runners are up to training wise, Strava is your ideal platform. While some professional runners block off their profiles to the public, others leave them open and there are lots of training insights runners can glean from their data.

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We’ve complied a list of some of the best Strava follows for the runner who loves to training-creep. 

Reid Coolsaet

Coolsaet is one of Canada’s strongest marathoners and also an active Strava user. The marathoner is stationed in Boulder for the next few months to do some altitude training. 


Photo: Strava profile.

Stephen Scullion

Scullion is a 2:14 marathoner from Ireland. The Belfast native now train in Flagstaff and runs for Under Armour. His most recent result and personal best is from the 2019 Houston Marathon. 


Photo: Strava profile.

Jim Walmsley

If you want to see a little bit of everything, from track to trail to road, check out Walmsley’s profile. The ultra-runner recently took a stab at the half-marathon distance, running exactly American Olympic trials standard of 1:04:00.

Photo: Strava profile.

Allie Kieffer

Kieffer finished seventh at the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon in a personal best of 2:28:12, and was the fourth American woman across the line. She also won the 2018 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront half-marathon in 1:12:44, and is returning to Canada to run Around The Bay in March. 

Photo: Strava profile.

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