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Latest Episodes

Episode 92: Journalist Lindsay Crouse and the Mary Cain Story

New York Times reporter and Central Park Track Club runner Lindsay Crouse has helped bring urgent issues in the sport to the fore, most recently with her video of Mary Cain calling out Nike and Alberto Salazar. In this episode... Read More ›

-1 s19 h ago
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Episode 92: Journalist Lindsay Crouse and the Mary Cain Story

Episode 91: NYCM incoming

In our pre-NYCM shakeout podcast, we discuss the race at hand while limiting shoe talk (for the most part) to what will be on our own feet. Gregg shares an anecdote from “cutie” Nate Jenkins about chasing Meb through Central... Read More ›

-1 s1 w ago
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Episode 91: NYCM incoming

Episode 90: Running writers Matthew Futterman and David Alm

We interview New York Times reporter Matthew Futterman about his book Running to the Edge, which celebrates coach Bob Larsen, Meb Keflezighi, the Jamul Toads, and the better angels of our sport. Then we ask him about Alberto Salazar. David... Read More ›

-1 s3 w ago
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Episode 90: Running writers Matthew Futterman and David Alm

Episode 89: Luke Puskedra and the Chicago Marathon

Luke Puskedra, who ran 2:10 at the Chicago Marathon in 2015 and finished 4th at the 2016 Olympic Trials, retired at the tender age of 29. Now he’s dabbling at 110 miles per week. We catch up with Luke to... Read More ›

-1 sOCT 11
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Episode 89: Luke Puskedra and the Chicago Marathon

Episode 88: Bekele, Doha, Salazar, Nike

Fair is foul, and foul is fair in the world of track and field these days as lowlights and highlights compete for attention. Celebrate Kenenisa Bekele’s fantastic Berlin Marathon? Lament the meager crowds at Doha? Despair at drug use in... Read More ›

-1 sOCT 4
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Episode 88: Bekele, Doha, Salazar, Nike

Episode 87: NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

We recap the exceptional pro races at the 5th Avenue Mile, with interviews of Jenny Simpson, Elinor Purrier, and Nick Willis. In amateur land, Brenn reports on his mile race, and Gregg, back in the USA after several years abroad,... Read More ›

-1 sSEP 13
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Episode 87: NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

Episode 86: The Rhino, the Win, and the Ultra

Gregg discusses the perils of scoring water from an aid station while running as a rhino, the ups and downs of an ultra, and the ethics behind finding a race he can win. Brenn reports from the comeback trail. We... Read More ›

-1 sJUN 4
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Episode 86: The Rhino, the Win, and the Ultra

Episode 85: Big Ben and a Rhino

Eliud Kipchoge’s exquisite victory at the London Marathon was a sight to behold, as was Big Ben’s finish. We catch up with Big Ben and a man whose dog ate 50% of his 4% shoes before his race. Gregg gets... Read More ›

-1 sMAY 6
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Episode 85: Big Ben and a Rhino

Episode 84: Kate Pallardy

Our guest in Episode 84 ran 2:38 at the Boston Marathon on a day when she didn’t feel her best, and in a race that’s well short of her preferred 50-mile distance. We learn a lot about toughness from Kate... Read More ›

-1 sAPR 25
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Episode 84: Kate Pallardy

Episode 83: Aly Dixon and the Boston Marathon

British Olympian Alyson Dixon chats with us as she prepares to take on the 123rd running of the Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day, April 15. Dixon describes her goals and recent training regimen since turning 40, and offers several tips... Read More ›

-1 sAPR 11
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Episode 83: Aly Dixon and the Boston Marathon

Latest Episodes

Episode 92: Journalist Lindsay Crouse and the Mary Cain Story

New York Times reporter and Central Park Track Club runner Lindsay Crouse has helped bring urgent issues in the sport to the fore, most recently with her video of Mary Cain calling out Nike and Alberto Salazar. In this episode... Read More ›

-1 s19 h ago
Comments
Episode 92: Journalist Lindsay Crouse and the Mary Cain Story

Episode 91: NYCM incoming

In our pre-NYCM shakeout podcast, we discuss the race at hand while limiting shoe talk (for the most part) to what will be on our own feet. Gregg shares an anecdote from “cutie” Nate Jenkins about chasing Meb through Central... Read More ›

-1 s1 w ago
Comments
Episode 91: NYCM incoming

Episode 90: Running writers Matthew Futterman and David Alm

We interview New York Times reporter Matthew Futterman about his book Running to the Edge, which celebrates coach Bob Larsen, Meb Keflezighi, the Jamul Toads, and the better angels of our sport. Then we ask him about Alberto Salazar. David... Read More ›

-1 s3 w ago
Comments
Episode 90: Running writers Matthew Futterman and David Alm

Episode 89: Luke Puskedra and the Chicago Marathon

Luke Puskedra, who ran 2:10 at the Chicago Marathon in 2015 and finished 4th at the 2016 Olympic Trials, retired at the tender age of 29. Now he’s dabbling at 110 miles per week. We catch up with Luke to... Read More ›

-1 sOCT 11
Comments
Episode 89: Luke Puskedra and the Chicago Marathon

Episode 88: Bekele, Doha, Salazar, Nike

Fair is foul, and foul is fair in the world of track and field these days as lowlights and highlights compete for attention. Celebrate Kenenisa Bekele’s fantastic Berlin Marathon? Lament the meager crowds at Doha? Despair at drug use in... Read More ›

-1 sOCT 4
Comments
Episode 88: Bekele, Doha, Salazar, Nike

Episode 87: NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

We recap the exceptional pro races at the 5th Avenue Mile, with interviews of Jenny Simpson, Elinor Purrier, and Nick Willis. In amateur land, Brenn reports on his mile race, and Gregg, back in the USA after several years abroad,... Read More ›

-1 sSEP 13
Comments
Episode 87: NYRR 5th Avenue Mile

Episode 86: The Rhino, the Win, and the Ultra

Gregg discusses the perils of scoring water from an aid station while running as a rhino, the ups and downs of an ultra, and the ethics behind finding a race he can win. Brenn reports from the comeback trail. We... Read More ›

-1 sJUN 4
Comments
Episode 86: The Rhino, the Win, and the Ultra

Episode 85: Big Ben and a Rhino

Eliud Kipchoge’s exquisite victory at the London Marathon was a sight to behold, as was Big Ben’s finish. We catch up with Big Ben and a man whose dog ate 50% of his 4% shoes before his race. Gregg gets... Read More ›

-1 sMAY 6
Comments
Episode 85: Big Ben and a Rhino

Episode 84: Kate Pallardy

Our guest in Episode 84 ran 2:38 at the Boston Marathon on a day when she didn’t feel her best, and in a race that’s well short of her preferred 50-mile distance. We learn a lot about toughness from Kate... Read More ›

-1 sAPR 25
Comments
Episode 84: Kate Pallardy

Episode 83: Aly Dixon and the Boston Marathon

British Olympian Alyson Dixon chats with us as she prepares to take on the 123rd running of the Boston Marathon on Patriots’ Day, April 15. Dixon describes her goals and recent training regimen since turning 40, and offers several tips... Read More ›

-1 sAPR 11
Comments
Episode 83: Aly Dixon and the Boston Marathon
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