Jonathan Featured in Legatus Magazine
Legatus Magazine highlights Jonathan's experience running the World Marathon Challenge, what he's learned from his recent life-threatening accident, and his future Ironman plans.
Washington Business Journal: "The race isn't over."
Fox News post-race follow-up with Jonathan
Anchor Bret Baier's evening newscast ended with a follow-up story about how Jonathan fulfilled his promise to complete the World Marathon Challenge. It included a video selfie that Jonathan recorded after his final finish in Miami.
Jonathan returns to Fox 5 Morning News after his race
Jonathan made a second appearance on the Fox 5 Morning News after he completed the World Marathon Challenge. Hear about the race and see all his medals — one for each continent!
Jonathan pens article for The CEO Magazine
The CEO Magazine has published an article by Jonathan: "Business Lessons Learned from Preparing for the World Marathon Challenge." It's about what he's found to be common between doing extreme endurance sports and running a healthy business.
Washington Life Magazine features Jonathan
Jonathan sat down for a post-race Q&A with Washington Life Magazine to talk about the WMC, his involvement with Children's National, and his cause to raise awareness around pediatric and adolescent mental health.
Radio interview reveals how Jonathan's faith got him through the WMC
Jonathan was a guest on the radio show "Catholics in the Capital" on WMET 1160 AM, part of the Guadalupe Radio Network in Washington, D.C. He talked about how his faith helped him get through the darkest moments of the World Marathon Challenge and his mission to raise awareness around pediatric mental health.
Fox News catches up with Jonathan during the race
Anchor Bret Baier did a special report about Jonathan taking on the World Marathon Challenge, saying: "Seven marathons, on seven continents, in seven days. That makes me tired just saying it. Truly amazing."
Jonathan offers fitness tips on TV morning show
Jonathan literally jogged onto to the set of WUSA, the CBS affiliate for the Washington D.C. area, and shared with the morning co-hosts how he went from unfit to ultra athlete. He even shared some of his favorite stretching moves!
Washington Times story spotlights Jonathan
The January 24th piece focuses on Jonathan's quest to elevate awareness of Children' National.
Story about Jonathan on local ABC News
WJLA, the ABC affiliate for the Washington D.C. area, featured Jonathan as its "Rising Star" during sports on the evening newscast.
NPR interviews Jonathan about his upcoming race
In case you missed it, Jonathan was a guest on NPR's Morning Edition, talking about the logistics of the World Marathon Challenge, as well as how he's trained his body and mind to endure the race.
Jonathan appears on the Fox 5 Morning News show in Maryland/D.C.
Watch here to learn about his race and his mission.
"The Tommy Show" hosts talk about Jonathan's mission
Listen as morning radio personalities on "The Tommy Show" on 94.7 FM in the Washington, D.C. metro area discuss Jonathan's upcoming World Marathon Challenge.
"Why this D.C. consulting firm exec will run 7 marathons in 7 days"
Jonathan sat down for an interview with the Washington Business Journal to discuss his training, the race, and his cause.
Talk show interviews Jonathan about the World Marathon Challenge
Jonathan was a guest on "The Jet Set" — a talk show focused on travel — to discuss his race, his mission to raise awareness about pediatric and adolescent mental health, and how endurance training has changed his life.
"This kind of endurance activity is very much a metaphor for the spiritual life."
In an article published in Legatus magazine, a publication for Catholic business leaders, Jonathan Terrell talks about his transformation into an endurance athlete and the key role his faith plays as he trains and prepares to take on the World Marathon Challenge.
Children's National newsletter spotlights Jonathan's quest
In its Philanthropy newsletter, Children's National featured Jonathan's World Marathon Challenge quest and his mission to improve psychiatric facilities and services at the hospital. Scroll to page 2.