Run Washington: Monumental Runner – Trevor Myers
Name: Trevor Myers
Self-described age group:Grandmaster, not quite older than dirt
Occupation: Anesthesiologist-Dominion Anesthesia, Chief of Anesthesia Virginia Hospital Center-Arlington
Volunteer roles in the running world:Usually and obviously, I’m typically running the medical tent for larger races, but chip in anywhere I can.
How has your running changed in the last few weeks: My mental and physical exhaustion of the past six weeks has made it very difficult to find the energy to get time in, so I’ve returned to my favorite spot on the Potomac River over and over again
Why you run: Running has always been an escape for me, a respite in the storm of life. This has never been truer now, as we fight the scourge of Covid19.
Coach or training group: I always sign up for the MCRRC training programs…sometimes I actually show up…
The hardest race you’ve ever run: Greenway 50k…the first half was iced over and I almost fell in the river, then it warmed up and became an utter mudfest
Read his full interview on runwashington.com.