Good idea for a thread -
The last few years I took up long distance running and run between 9.5-13 miles 2-3 times per week throughout the year. I am fairly successful in half-marathons (top 5%) and marathons (top 15%), but I really just run races on occasion to give myself that extra push. Also, contrary to popular belief, being tall (I am 6'5") is a total detriment to long distance running - hence, better success in half-marathons.
Since age 18, I have worked out at the gym about 3 times per week using moderate-heavy weights (for me), but do more of a full body work out rather than having like 'shoulder day' or 'leg day'. Unfortunately for me, I don't exactly look like I can lift as much as I actually can.
Throughout my whole life, I have played a variety of sports. I have been most successful at basketball, but I currently enjoy flag football, softball, tennis, and bike riding.
The long distance running has really done a number on my explosiveness in sports and the max weight I can lift, but I consider myself to be in the best shape of my life at age 37. Playing sports is the only thing I consider 'fun', as the running/lifting is done to maintain a healthy lifestyle - it is more work than anything else.