Galen Rupp is the fastest distance runner ever born in North America. He boasts a marathon PR of 2:06:07. He's won the Bank of America Chicago Marathon (2017), he placed 2nd in Boston (2017), he earned a bronze medal in the Rio Olympic Marathon (after placing 5th in the 10K on the track at the same games), he won a silver medal in the 10K in London in the 2012 Olympic Games. He won every single USATF 10K Championship from 2009-2016. It's hard to summarize his accomplishments as a list because that's not even half of them. In talking to him, it's clear that he's obsessed with and driven by winning the biggest races in the world and, every day brings a lesson or something to practice to that end. Inspired by Bob Kennedy, his entire career is focused squarely on bringing American distance running to the top of the world. He wants medals and championships and he's not done chasing them. Watch this 45 minute interview with Galen Rupp hosted by Dan Fitzgerald. Special thanks to Nike Running & Nike Chicago for making this happen in celebration of Chicago's Marathon weekend.