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BOCO Town from Arts of the Pamlico at the Turnage Theatre in Historic Downtown Washington, North Carolina. We talk to the amazing people in our community who help Arts of the Pamlico deliver such a rich variety of programs and events. News and updates on Arts of the Pamlico, along with interviews with the people behind everything that happens at the Turnage Theatre. Support our Historic Turnage Theatre and Arts of the Pamlico: https://www.artsofthepamlico.org/support/
 
Welcome to the BibRave Podcast, a show about all things running and racing! We cover a random assortment of topics, (almost) all of which relate in some way to running, runners, health, fitness, nutrition, races, and GEAR! If you like what you hear, please subscribe in iTunes and tell your runner buddies about us. Thanks for listening!
 
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Listen in to this BoCo Town episode and learn about the saxophone and two musicians that have mastered it and many instruments. Michael Stephenson and Jim Gilliam join us on stage at the Historic Turnage Theatre to share their musical journeys, fun facts about the instruments they play and how they came together at Pitt Community College to keep th…
 
This week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast features a peek behind the BibRave curtain! Tim, Jess, and Andy give us the scoop on the recent work offsite that they (along with Julia!) were lucky enough to attend… in Hawaii! Tim and Jess are housesitting in Hawaii (it's rough, we know!) and with strict attention to the state's COVID regulations, they …
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, we welcome Nathan Martin, an incredible human who defied countless setbacks and challenges to run the fastest Marathon ever run by a Black man born in the United States (2:11:05!). Tim and Jess had an amazing conversation with Nathan that dug into not only his training and racing regime but also his thought process…
 
This week’s episode features the founder and CEO of SweatWorks Mohammed Iqbal from SweatWorks! You might not know it, but SweatWorks powers a ton of fitness tech you use every day, with a client list that includes Nike, Bose, Equinox, and Samsung. Tim and Mo discuss current fitness trends such as mindfulness, at-home workouts, and sleep and nutriti…
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, we’re thrilled to feature one of our own, BibRave Ambassador Ebony Blackwell. Ebony sits on BibRave’s DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) Advisory Council, and has a PhD in Education Administration with a focus on Higher Education. Ebony is a mom, runner, working professional, and adventurer who is working to run 50…
 
This week we welcome Coach Dan Kittaka back to the BibRave Podcast! Dan brings not only a wealth of knowledge about coaching and running, but also invaluable insight and reflection about the bigger things that running adds to our lives. Tim, Jess, and Dan really dig into the benefits of training for short distances, why PRs should NOT dictate your …
 
So excited to share this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast! Tim chats with his friend, endurance industry baller, and BOCO Gear Founder, Kay Martin! This week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast is sponsored by The Missoula Marathon brought to you by Run Wild Missoula! Race weekend is June 25-27, 2021 and this race has a distance for everyone, Mar…
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast we welcome Kate Van Buskirk from Canadian Running Magazine (as she calls it, the Runner’s World of Canada) and host of The Shakeout Podcast and The Rundown! Kate is an elite Canadian runner with an interesting perspective on the sport as seen from our neighbors up north. She hosts The Shakeout Podcast, which feature…
 
We’ve got a GREAT episode of The BibRave Podcast for you this week! Tim and Jess talk with Cassidy Nasello, founder of FELT: a coaching and organization-focused consultancy. Cassidy is certified in the KonMari Method™ of decluttering (as discussed on Episode 120 of The BibRave Podcast) and shares her perspective on leveraging various tools and fram…
 
This week’s episode is an awesome conversation between Tim, Jess, and Calum Neff - an incredible runner in his own right and one of the two pacers who ran Sara Hall to her victory at The Marathon Project! Calum talks with Tim and Jess about his experience in the lead-up to and on race day. They discuss the selection process to become a pacer, what …
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, Tim, Jess, and Andy share their Roses, Buds, and Thorns of 2020. It’s been quite a year and they talk about the good, the bad, and the blooming! For the uninitiated, Rose, Bud, Thorn is a conversational game where each participant names one thing that’s a thorn in their life (a real pain), a bud (something that is …
 
We’re taking you behind the scenes of BibRave’s company culture, sharing details around our Documentary Club on this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast! Tim, Jess, and Julia discuss some of the documentaries that the group has watched and reviewed over the past year, sharing their lowlights and highlights. There’s a great mix of running-related …
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, Tim and Jess welcome writer and coach Matt Fitzgerald back to the show! We last talked to Matt on Episode 96 and so much has changed in Matt’s life since then. Starting in early spring, Matt developed COVID-19-like symptoms and has struggled to regain his normal fitness and running ability since then. As he noted o…
 
Scott Campbell is well known and loved for his outgoing personality in his role here in Washington, NC, as a realtor, a talented performer, and avid supporter of the arts. In this episode, Steve Barnes and Debra Torrence chat with Scott to learn about how Scott’s waterway to Washington and his love of the area. Scott drops a teaser of his upcoming …
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, we’re talking about The Best Races of the Decade, as recently revealed on the 2020 list of The BibRave 100! In light of all the cancellations related to the pandemic, the 2020 list is a “A Decade in Review,” highlighting the best races of the last 10 years and giving events some much-needed good news to highlight a…
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast we welcome back Jeff Dengate from Runner’s World! It’s that time of year again, and everyone’s starting to think about shopping and gifts (for better or worse!). Tim and Jess were excited to talk with Jeff about running-related gear, and especially to get his thoughts about Runner’s World’s newly-released Best Gear …
 
Washington Tourism Development Authority (WTDA) Executive Director, Erin Ruyle, along with her staff, Paula Stephenson and Gabrielle Whitlock, provide an update on tourism in recent turbulent months. Rather than reporting that Washington's tourism has been dramatically down, Erin provides a few surprising statistics that can be attributed to the re…
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast, Tim and Jess welcome back OG co-host, Julia Montag! This one is all about the upcoming Thanksgiving holiday, and there are some great takeaways for you (if you care about food, that is…). This week’s episode is brought to you by AfterShokz and they’ve got some BIG (but also mini 😉) news! The much loved Aeropex open…
 
Please join us in welcoming California Director for the National Wildlife Federation, Beth Pratt, to The BibRave Podcast this week! Tim and Jess talk with Beth about changing our perceptions of where wildlife “should” be, in addition to how we can stay safe around wildlife - especially on the run. Beth has worked in conservation for almost 30 years…
 
This week’s episode is a conversation between Tim and Ryan Day. Ryan is the man behind the Instagram and YouTube account, I Run on Beer, and he’s also a BibRave Pro. Ryan does a great job curating running and beer-related content on his channels. It’s been super fun to watch his video and editing skills grow. For this episode, Ryan and Tim used a s…
 
In today’s episode, Tim, Jess, and Andy speculate on when racing will return. They not only talk about the latest news from people and organizations across the running industry, but also the best-case scenarios, worst-case scenarios, and how all this might affect new runners. The trio finishes chatting about virtual races and how those will play a …
 
This week on The BibRave Podcast we feature a conversation with Tim, Julia, and physical therapist, Matt Walsh. Matt is a Portland-based PT with over 33 years of clinical experience across sports like running, golf, rugby, and cross country skiing. Matt is also Julia’s PT which is how we came to know him! We talk with Matt about what it’s like to r…
 
We come to you this week with very heavy hearts after the loss of our dear friend, Tony Banovich. Tony was a running icon in the Montana running scene, and as Race Director of The Missoula Marathon he catapulted the event to national recognition as one of the best races in the country. Tony was an impossibly kind, warm, positive, funny, and energet…
 
We’re happy to welcome Dr. Justin Ross back to The BibRave Podcast this week! Dr. Ross has been a regular guest on the show, and as a clinical psychologist specializing in health & wellness psychology, human performance, and sports psychology. We were extremely interested in his thoughts and guidance on navigating uncertainty in the times of COVID-…
 
We’re excited to bring you another episode of The BibRave Podcast! This week, we talk with Brenda Martinez, an American track and field athlete who specializes in middle distance races like the 800 and 1500 meters. Brenda has been struggling with injuries for the past three years, so Tim and Jess were excited to see how she’s doing in the run-up to…
 
Emily Soeken, Arts of the Pamlico's East Carolina University's (ECU) State Employees Credit Union Public Fellows Intern joins BoCo Town Hosts, Torrence and Barnes. Soeken is currently a Junior in Theatre Education at ECU. Listen in as she shares how she was introduced to historical places, who gave her the theatre bug -- on and off stage -- and wha…
 
We’ve got a doozy for y’all this week, and something decidedly NOT about running! In this episode of The BibRave Podcast, Tim, Jess, and Andy discuss their top five TV show characters of all time! This was an entertaining and nostalgic discussion, with everyone listing their opinions and rationales for who made their list! Interestingly enough, the…
 
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