Toni Reavis  is a U.S. based broadcaster/writer who helped pioneer the field of running broadcasting during the first running boom, beginning with his Runners Digest radio show in Boston (1977 – 1988). Since then he has traveled the world reporting on the sport, most notably as host of ESPN’s Road Race of the Month show in the 1980s and `90s. In 2009, Toni was inducted into the Running USA Hall of Champions.

Today, Toni lives in San Diego with his wife Toya where he writes his influential tonireavis.com blog while continuing to broadcast events around the country.

The blog is an extension of his work in running broadcasting. What’s exceptionally unique about this blog is that it feels like you’re reading a column in a newspaper. Reavis writes his post in a news-like format, providing you all the details you need about specific races—whether upcoming or completed.”

– 32 Running Blogs to Keep You Motivated on Your Next Run – Endurancely.com

32 Running Blogs to Keep You Motivated on Your Next Run

Toni also serves as a board member for the Entoto Foundation, a 501C3 charity bringing needed medical care to Ethiopia.



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  1. Loved the book….it is a great re ad. I met your mother and Teresa at our entrance test to City House more than 70 years ago. I recommend your book to anyone who loveshhistory and romance. Thank you for finally telling the story.
    Stephanie Chouteau Murphy

    1. Stephanie, How good to hear from you. And delighted you liked the book. Took a long time to get out, for sure. That generation had many stories to tell. I can still picture your old house on Lindell and remember those BH/CH days fondly. Hope all is well with you and yours. I’ll let you know if there’s a sequel coming.   Best ahead, Toni

  2. Toni,
    Belated congrats on the GH award, well deserved. I’m looking forward to reading your book.
    Hope you’re in good health,
    Marc Bloom

    1. Dear Mr. Reavis,

      right now I read an article which you wrote in 2013 about Felix Limo. you wrote if Felix Limo will open hiis Felix Limo house Ugali you will come. Finally Felix Limo did not open a house of Ugali after his retiering, but we open´d together te Fellison School in Eldoret for children in need. So you are most welcom there – I promisse you: if you come you will get your Ugali.

      Kindest regard

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