September 25th, 2019
- "During a training run, 28-year-old Katie Kellner saw a man and a dog struggling in the Chestnut Hill Reservoir on September 24 in the Brighton neighborhood of Boston.
- She jumped into the water to rescue the dog walker and his pooch, who had chased after a swan. All three made it to shore."
December 6th, 2022
"Kellner immediately ran over to her friend, grabbed Williams by the armpits, and pulled her up and over to lean on a fence. 'You definitely have it. You got it,' Kellner said she told Williams, but she later wondered why she was so confident. 'It really was questionable,' she said. 'I personally wanted to believe it so badly. I think I wanted to convince myself.'”
“'When you work hard with a friend towards a goal, that’s a unique experience,' Kellner said. 'When you both achieve it—it’s really special. I don’t think many people experience those things with their friends.'”
July 26th, 2020
ICED Podcast: Athletes, Injuries, and Mental Health
May 20th, 2020
FF Runner Challis Popkey and I chatted about my pelvic stress fracture leading up to the 2015 Boston Marathon and then my back-to-back ruptured plantar and bike accident in 2018. All three of these injuries challenged me both physically & mentally and empowered me to answer the question, who is Katie Kellner when she is not a runner? Take a listen if you want to hear some strategies on how to cope while injured and get back to running safely. Or listen if you just want to hear about my comical struggles of showering with two broken arms (well technically a broken hand and clavicle on opposite sides!)