Most runners have a social media presence for branding and sponsorship reasons. Some runners see social media as a necessary evil, whereas other embrace it.
The Under Armour runner has a pretty dry sense of humor, but if sarcastic track and field banter is your thing, look no further.
Lol @ high school kids DMing me asking me how to get faster. You really think imma risk giving you life-changing tips and end up losing to you in like 3 years? Don’t think so nerds, good luck with ur shin splints.
— Patrick Casey (@patkc13) January 18, 2019
Merber’s style of humour is more observational. Follow his feed if you’re looking for good old-fashioned running commentary.
Sorry to ruin everyone’s day, but I passed a lady on the trail watching a movie on her phone while running
— Kyle Merber (@TheRealMerb) April 22, 2019
Scott Fauble vs. Jared Ward is the best nice people rivalry in sports
— Kyle Merber (@TheRealMerb) April 15, 2019
Chelimo isn’t afraid to get into the politics of running, which is probably why he tweeted the following.
Nutrition Fact for Runners:
If you drink a gallon of water💧 a day,you won’t have time for peoples drama especially; the keyboard warriors ⌨️ because, you will be busy peeing.
Stay hydrated my running friends🏃🏾
The Struggle Continues🙆🏾♂️
— Paul Chelimo🇺🇸🥈🥉 (@Paulchelimo) August 19, 2018
Rob Watson–steepler turned marathoner turned trail runner
The Mile2Marathon coach is Canadian and funny, a worthy follow.
My wife and I successfully assembled a BBQ together this weekend, and we didn’t even fight twice.
— Rob Watson (@robbiedxc) April 22, 2019
The Canadian dual-Olympic athlete has a very funny Instagram presence.