Who We Are

Matthew and Lesley Holleman- Owners

Lesley Holleman joined Fleet Feet Jackson early on and helped it become the hub for runners and walkers alike that it is today. Originally from Baton Rouge, Lesley went to Delta State and walked on the Cross Country team her senior year. An active runner and exercise enthusiast, Lesley has completed seven marathons including the Boston Marathon, Chicago Marathon, and countless area 5 & 10K's and half-marathons.

Matthew Holleman grew up in Jackson and attended St. Andrews and Jackson Prep. After graduating from Ole Miss, Matthew was introduced into running by Lesley and has been on board ever since.

What makes Fleet Feet Different? “Our focus is on our customers, our community, and service. We want to educate our customers and serve our community through running.”

Favorite Running Essential? Garmin VivoSmart

Favorite Race? Lesley: “MS Blues Marathon. I’ve watched it grow from 60 people on the Trace to the Premiere Downtown Jackson Event it is today.” Matthew prefers Fleet Feet’s own: Blue Mile

Best Post-Run Food? Soulshine Pizza

Best Spot to Run? Ridgeland Multi-Use Trail. Start from Fleet Feet of course!

Chris Walker:
Store Manager

A Mississippi native, Chris Walker has been with Fleet Feet Sports and the Jackson running community for several years. His leadership in coaching and his expertise in shoes make him an ideal Store Manager. What motivates Chris to run? “I love being outside on the multi-use trail and to be competitive every now and then at local races.

Best Running Song?  Stubborn Love by the Lumineers

Favorite Race?  Fleet Feet Blue Mile

Best Post-Run Food? Lumberjack Slam at Denny’s

Peter Davis:
Sales Director/Fit Trainer

If you've seen someone running through Jackson or Ridgeland after 10pm, chances are it's Peter.

A Belhaven University runner, Peter Davis loves running out on any trail he can get his feet on. He is the cross-country coach at St. Augustine and trains the Fleet Feet staff on anya nd all running products. When he's not running, Peter is off making films, writing stories, or some other sort of art project.

Favorite Running Spot? Choctaw Trails and Butts Park

Motivation for Running? "Running is a kind of meditation for me where I can pray, plan out my day, and clear my head. The harder I run, the more focused I become."

Best Post-Run Food? Anything within arm's reach.

Ben McDonald:
Training Program Coordinator

Growing up Clinton, Ben has been involved in the running and triathlon community for years. An IronMan finisher, mountain biker, and ultra-runner, Ben McDonald loves tackling new distances and better P.R.’s. He currently lives in Brandon with his wife Taylor.

Motivation For Running? I run because God gave me that ability and desire and I want to do it as long as He allows.

What makes Fleet Feet Unique? "Locally Owned and Nationally Known"

Favorite running music? I don’t run with music.  I like to hear whats going on around me, the wind, my feet hitting the ground, my breathing, etc.

Peter Kazery:
Business Coordinator

From Clinton, Peter Kazery ran cross country at the University of West Alabama (2009-13). After college, he furthered his studies at Saint Francis University. Since then Peter has killed the MS running scene and has even placed in the Chicago and New York marathons. Peter enjoys coaching and motivating people to run in the community.

Favorite Local Race? BIG BUTTS 50k-100k

Favorite Post-Run Food? Gogurt

Life Outside of Fleet Feet? I enjoy surfing the world wide web, running, swimming, biking, talking smack, destroying people in volleyball, eating food, being outside, and brushing my teeth.

Lynn Williams:
Receiving Manager

Lynn grew up in Indianola, Mississippi and went to Mississippi State. Her great grandparents opened up the first family shoe store in Yazoo City in 1906. When she was a teenager, she worked at the shoe store some over the summers.  After her grandparents passed away, she bought the family shoe store and operated it for two years. Now she manages Fleet Feet inventory, stocking, receiving, and all sorts of other things.

Favorite race? 2012 Fleet Feet 8k Turkey Trot

What makes Fleet Feet different from other stores?  The customers! I lovearing customers share their reasons why they run and hike and the seeing the enjoyment they receive from it. I also enjoy seeing friends from my hometown (Indianola) and from where I live (Yazoo City.)

Favorite Running Essential? "Balega socks-They feel like soft cushioned pillows on your feet and they keep the moisture away."  


--Fit Specialists--


Keating Polk

Keating grew up in Meridian, MS and went to the Mississippi school of the Arts for high school. She started running in 2013 as an effort to combat autoimmune issues and hasn’t stopped since! She has done several half marathons, 5k’s and 10k's, and is looking forward to her first full marathon at the Blues!

Life outside of Fleet Feet? Lots of reading, gardening, various forms of art and crafting things, and spending time with my husband, our amazing  family, and our two fur babies Stella and Tallulah.

Best Running Song? Korn-- Freak on a Leash, or Slipknot- Duality

Favorite Local Race? MS Blues Marathon-- it was my first half, the first race I felt really confident in (even in 17 degree weather!), and will be my first full!

Ryan Crandall

Born and raised in Madison, Ryan graduated from St. Joseph Catholic School and ran cross country for Mississippi College. Ryan was the State 2A runner-up for Cross Country and State Champion for the 1600 and 3200 his senior year. His future goal is to own and operate his own Fleet Feet store one day.

What makes Fleet Feet unique? The services and tools it provides for the community and they way we help build it through volunteering and sponsorships.

Favorite Running Essential? Running Hat.

What is your favorite Local Race? Run Thru History


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