Last Woman Running

Colleen Coyle of WFAA took on the BMW Dallas Marathon’s “Last Woman Running” challenge in 2016, where she started as the very last person to cross the starting line on race morning. Running in the BMW Dallas Half Marathon, Coyle attempted to pass as many other race participants as possible, raising money for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children based on the total number of half marathoners she passes race morning.

Colleen Coyle

Colleen Coyle

Colleen Coyle

Colleen Coyle joined the WFAA-TV weather team in July 2010. She can be seen on News 8 Midday and News 8 at 4pm. Along with putting her weather skills to work at WFAA-TV, Colleen also does reporting and live shots across North Texas.

Prior to moving to Dallas, Colleen was the morning meteorologist at KPSP Local 2 in Palm Springs, California. Colleen also worked in her hometown of Atlanta, Georgia as a weather producer for WSB-TV before relocating to the west coast. Colleen attended Georgia Tech and its School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences where she graduated first in her meteorology class with a Bachelors Degree in Meteorology and a Minor in Business.

Whether launching weather balloons at the National Weather Service or storm chasing in HD Chopper 8, Colleen continues to pursue her passion for weather! She also enjoys being actively involved with local schools where she introduces students to the wonders of weather and the basics of severe weather safety. Colleen has represented Texas in the Big Apple filling in on Good Morning America.

In her free time, Colleen loves traveling, hiking, yoga, running, photography, and music. Colleen’s love of running came when she moved to Dallas. Submersed in a community of avid runners, she completed two half marathons along with many 5K and 10K races. She is also a bit of a thrill seeker. She has conquered the world’s highest bungee jump in Switzerland and had the honor of flying with the Blue Angels!

Follow Colleen on Twitter @ColleenWeather

Former Last Men Running Participants

The local radio and TV personalities that have participated in the BMW Dallas Marathon’s Last Man/Woman Running challenges have helped raise tens of thousands of dollars for TSRHC. Former participants include:


Mark Followill

Mark Followill served as Last Man Running in 2014 and as a member of the Last Men Running marathon relay team in 2015. Followill is in his 12th season as TV play-by-play voice for the Dallas Mavericks on Fox Sports Southwest. He also provides play-by-play for local MLS club FC Dallas and college football games on Fox Sports Networks. Followill has worked in radio and television locally for over 25 years and is a longtime contributor to KTCK The Ticket.

Follow Mark on Twitter @MFollowill




Mark “Hawkeye” Louis is a veteran of the top country radio morning show in Dallas, including more than 25 years at KSCS and has been recognized as a Billboard Magazine Major Market Personality of the Year. An avid runner, Hawkeye has completed several Dallas Marathons and half marathons. He participated on the Last Men Running marathon relay team in 2015.

Follow Hawkeye on Twitter @HawkeyeOnAir






Michael Scott

Michael Scott is the airborne and studio traffic reporter for KRLD and has been a fixture of the Dallas radio industry for more than 20 years. Scott is an avid endurance runner, having completed multiple half marathons and one marathon. He participated on the Last Men Running marathon relay team in 2015.




Corby Davidison

Corby Davidson

Corby Davidson is a co-host of The Hardline, weekday afternoons from 3-7pm on Dallas’ most popular sports radio station, KTCK The Ticket. Davidson has run seven marathons, four of them being the Dallas Marathon. He participated on the Last Men Running marathon relay team in 2015.

Follow Corby on Twitter @corbydavidson





Craig Miller

Craig “Junior” Miller is a co-host of The Musers, weekday mornings from 5:30am-10am on KTCK The Ticket. Miller served as the inaugural Last Man Running at the Dallas Marathon in 2012, where he passed more than 9,000 half marathon participants and raised upwards of $35,000 for Texas Scottish Rite Hospital for Children. He also participated on the Last Men Running marathon relay team in 2015.

Follow Craig on Twitter @junior_miller



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