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Best Jody Raynsford podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Jody Raynsford podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Running is great, so why aren't the podcasts? Bad Boy Running is a podcast for runners who are bored of the dull and dry podcasts currently on offer. Hosted by friends Jody Raynsford and David Hellard, both running journalists, bloggers and lovable idiots, the show features the conversations they'd have in the pub focusing as much on the camaraderie and social side of the sport as well as the technical. Whether you're a 5k, 10k, half marathon, marathon runner or ultramarathon runner, you'll ...
 
Welcome to The Vault Podcast. The show is focused on helping you, the motivated business owner, implement interesting marketing ideas that will help to give your business the limelight it deserves. Tune in to hear me ask business owners the big questions we all want the answers to: How I get more customers? How can social media help my business? What is the best marketing to focus on? How do I scale my business effectively? Can my personal brand be used as an asset?If you are ready to take y ...
 
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Dorset runner Nick Butter's passport must be in a right state. Nick recently became the first runner ever to complete a marathon in all 196 countries in the world. In this episode, Allie and David speak to Nick about how the whole adventure came together and exactly how you bring such an endeavour to reality in terms of logistics and funding (clue:…
 
Ger Redmond's story is fascinating. From a budding career as a professional footballer, his life was up-ended when tragedy hit his family. His situation led him into a life of crime where he ended up in prison. However, upon his release he discovered the Ironman event and started upon a new path to become a pro-triathlete. The rest, they say, is hi…
 
Wow, we’ve got a treat of an episode for you. For many months, Jody and David have time and again brought up the issue of doping as the subject seems to permeate every discussion of athletic achievement. Now, to separate fact from fiction, the chaps speak to former World Anti-Doping Association deputy director general Rob Koehler who offers an insi…
 
In true BBR fashion, we're releasing a very special BEST OF 2019 episode three weeks into 2020... ... in this episode Jody and David go back through all the best bits of Do-Baddery from last year. A special thanks to Producer Nick for the production on this. It took a while, but it's worth the wait. What are you best bits of 2019? Join the Facebook…
 
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We just can't stop getting Camille Herron back on the podcast... we love her so much. Ahead of her appearance at the BBR Ultrazone at the National Running Show this month, David catches up with Camille to discuss her recent move to Colorado to take her training up a notch, her latest races and challenges and the role of brands and sponsors in ultra…
 
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Merry Christmas Do-Badders! Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you before everyone else. Join the conversation! If you want to request a guest or chat about this episode with like-minded drunk runners then head over to the Bad Boy Running Podcast Facebook group, here: https://www.facebook.com/group…
 
But of a strange format for this episode, as it comes in two parts. For the first part, David talks to BBR returnee Huw Brassington about his latest and recent challenges. For the second part, Allie and Jody speak to Obstacle Course Racing Media’s Matt B Davies who broke the story about the #metoo allegations in the OCR community (which the poddie …
 
In this episode, Allie talks about her race experience leading an all-female running squad across Scotland from Fort William to Inverness. Ali reveals the thinking behind putting together this group and the opportunity it gave to have a completely different race experience for the women involved. As per Allie, it was an epic event and one of the bi…
 
Mark Mastalir is interesting is so many ways. He has an impressive background as a runner. In 1992 he was an All-American at Stanford in the 1500 metres, has a 3:58 mile under his belt and competed in the 1992 Olympic Trials. But that's not why he's on the podcast. As Chief Marketing Officer at Halo Neuroscience, he's involved with a company that p…
 
When you were 13, what did you get up to? PlayStation? Football? Hanging out doing nothing with your pals? In other words, not much. Well... we bet you weren't breaking marathon world records, were you? Prepare yourself for a fascinating one, Do-Badder. In this episode, Jody and David speak to Maureen Wilton, aka "Mighty Moe" whose untold story of …
 
Frank Ruona has been the San Quentin 1000 Mile Club’s volunteer head coach since 2005. The volunteer coaches, under the leadership of USA Track and Field-certified Frank, run the workouts and competitions for inmates in the infamous prison. In this episode Jody and David speak to Frank and discover more about running life behind bars and how the cl…
 
This episode is INSANE! In what we reckon is a world first (Bad Boy Guarantee), Jody and David speak to triple stroller marathon world record holder Cynthia Arnold. Cynthia pushed her three children in a stroller (pushchair if you're British) around a whole marathon in an insanely fast time, smashing the previous world record. It raised a lot of qu…
 
Boy, is Holly Rush an interesting guest in this episode of Bad Boy Running! (And Jody and David didn't make a single joke about nominative determinism!) Starting out in marathons as fun runner, Holly explains her journey from standing as a spectator watching with a beer to going all the way to the European Championships and representing England and…
 
We know cyclists have a ton of places they can hang out socially (so we can avoid those places...), but what about runners? Well, the runner's cafe Mile 27 aimed to offer a place for runner's to come together to both run, socialise and be a community in central London. And it worked... for a time. In this episode, Jody and David speak to its founde…
 
The Original Mountain Marathon (The OMM) is one of the longest running event series in the UK. It rightly has the position as one if the most challenging series, not simply because of the distances or elevation in any of the remote locations where the OMM is set, but also because of the logistics competitors need to get spot on if they are to do we…
 
Since receiving the diagnosis in November 2014 that he had incurable advanced prostate cancer, Kevin Webber has become a beacon of inspiration in the ultrarunning community. Although he was only given two years to live, Kevin has managed to race in some of the world's most extreme races and raised over £100,000 for charity in the process. In this e…
 
Zach Bitter is an American ultrarunner who has a list of accolades to his name. He recently smashed the 100 mile world record... and he reckons he can do it even faster! Listen to David's interview with Zach just a few weeks after his incredible achievement. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you b…
 
You know the best place to do an interview? A busy bar. If you're weren't exactly enamoured with BBR's sound quality, you're going to love this episode. But what a Do-Badder way to record an episode with Kris Van Der Velde director of the expansive Asian Trail Series. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivere…
 
Greg Whyte is a sports scientist and trainer who has become best-known for helping hapless celebrities overcome insanely difficult physical and endurance challenge in the name of charity. But before all his work with the likes of Eddie Izzard (yep, him), David Walliams and Davina McCall - to name just a few - on Comic Relief, Greg was an accomplish…
 
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When you ask the question - "what is the world's biggest running club?" - you wouldn't expect a club founded amongst the barstools of a drinking establishment. (Unless you were a Do-Badder, of course...) The Mikeller Running Club can claim to be the world's biggest running club with chapters all over the world and a simple philosophy of running tog…
 
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It’s here... and it’s the one you’ve been waiting for! Finally, Jody and David get the one and only Jasmin Paris on the podcast. Jasmin is, of course, famed for her Spine Race overall victory and fir smashing the course record. But in this interview, the guys go all the way back and look at her stunning career trajectory. She’s a champ... just list…
 
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Nikki Love has notched up some pretty impressive running feats and she chases down adventure in the form of one epic challenge after another. Among her previous challenges included 7 marathons in 7 days, the JungleUltra in Peru, 63 marathons in 63 days, the DesertUltra and Running around Ireland (yep, that's 750 miles in 32 days). Allie speaks to N…
 
Jonathan Steele had an unusual journey into the world of ultrarunning many years ago. A competitive bodybuilder and martial artist, the shift to ultrarunning wasn't exactly on the cards until he was holidaying in the Lake District and a sign for a local trail route caught his interest. That route was the Bob Graham Round and he decided to make that…
 
Pamela Chapman Markle is a phenomenon. At the age of 55, she decided to take up running, thanks to the suggestion of a work colleague. However, when she went to sign up for the Rocky Raccoon 50 miler (a pretty punchy first race, admittedly), it was full. Undeterred Pamela signed up for the Rocky Raccoon 100 miler instead... (yes, a 100 miler as her…
 
In this week's episode, Allie catches up with Sarah Morwood, experienced ultrarunner, winner of multiples races and part of the GB Ultra team who had two horrific accidents but still managed to get back to winning ways. She's unstoppable and a proper badass. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you b…
 
Nick Anderson has a list of creds as long as a lap of Barkley. He's a Level 4UKA coach, Great Britain and England Athletics running coach, head coach for Polar, Saucony and fistful of marathons and founder of Running With Us. In short, Nick's one of the most respected and experienced coaches when it comes to running. So why is he anywhere near the …
 
If you’re going to run crazy distances, what better way than to run them in style... and for Coree Aussem-Woltering, that means Speedos. After being on the dark side for a while in the world of triathlon, Coree found him home running ultras after pacing a friend and never looked back. Now a North Face athlete, he has clocked up wins and podium fini…
 
As the audience for podcasts continues to grow, there has never been a better time to start a podcast for your business or a personal hobby. Podcasts are a great way to build a genuine connection with your audience. Instead of the fractured connection you make through social media, podcasts allow you to engage your audience with unique long-form co…
 
BBR travels halfway around the world in this episode to discover more about the Hong Kong trail running scene. Jody and David speak to John Ellis, the Aussie-born Hong Kong-based trail running legend who somehow manages to juggle his desk job with hitting what are some pretty horrific/wonderful trails Hong Kong has to offer AND running his own spor…
 
Training for ultras is hard. All those long runs and hours spent on trails trying to build endurance and maintain your conditioning. Now imagine having to do that in a war zone. Instead of miles of trails you can run on, you have to train by running a km loop around a dusty compound in searing heat. Or you only have access to a treadmill in a dark,…
 
Former Army Major Rob Shenton served for over 20 years in theatres of combat including Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo and Northern Ireland. Medically discharged in 2016 with depression and PTSD, Rob found running to be a way to deal with the mental health issues he lives with. He set about challenging himself to run the hottest, highest and coldest ma…
 
Liz McColgan MBE has a distinguished history of success as middle and long-distance track athlete, becoming world champion for 10,000 metres at the 1991 World Champs, silver medallist in the 1988 Olympics and twice gold medallist at the Commonwealth Games. She also had major success on the road winning New York City, Tokyo and London Marathons. In …
 
Cal Major is on a mission to save our seas and oceans. A one-woman force of nature, Cal is founder of Paddle Against Plastic, a campaign designed to create awareness around the problem of plastic through her adventures. And what adventures! Recently, Cal completed an epic journey paddle boarding the length of the UK from Lands End to John O'Groats …
 
Rickey Gates has done some pretty interesting runs in his time - in fact, he's something of a pioneer when it comes to inventing new challenges for himself that inevitably leads to others following. In this episode, David and Jody speak with Rickey about his most recent challenge - running every single street in San Francisco, not an easy feat cons…
 
Warning - this episode is a full shoe geek out, thanks to David's exclusive interview with Brett Holt, vice president of Nike Running Footwear. David was at the high profile launch of Nike's follow-up racing shoe and speaks to Brett about exactly what is different and why the changes were made. Here's what you'll hear: The exact feedback Elliot Kip…
 
Richard Bowles is a British ultrarunner who has set a number of impressive world record running feats. Plus David and Allie talk about their recent trip to Bulgaria. Enjoy! If you enjoyed this episode please SUBSCRIBE to get every episode delivered to you before everyone else. Join the conversation! If you want to request a guest or chat about this…
 
Sussex Trail Events has built a bit of a reputation for putting on races that well... are a bit unusual. As well as it’s roster of trail marathons (read muddy riverside marathons) and the Downslink Ultra, the company has hosted a number of one-off races most would be mad to complete including the Car Park Marathon (the value is in the name but this…
 
Carole Armitage is a runner and chocolate pioneering looking to prove the link between performance and chocolate. And that's exactly the kind of thinking we like. In this episode, David talks the time to speak with Carole about chocolate and running and the compounds within chocolate that may help a runner's performance. There's also some classic B…
 
This week is a little bit special as David brings on his running club's director from Heathside, Jerry Odlin. Jerry has been there and done it in terms of running clubs and lifts the lid on what goes on behind the scenes of one of London's popular running clubs, how the make-up of running clubs has changed, the challenges faced by clubs and general…
 
What Andrew Jones doesn't know about the human body and running isn't worth knowing. No other person knows the capability and capacity of Paula Radcliffe in her prime. Andy supervised the measurement and monitoring of Radcliffe's running efficiency and aerobic capacity for more than a decade and knows in detail what makes the difference. Andy has a…
 
If there's a big name ultra, James Poole has most likely done it. In this episode, Jody and David speak to James about his many races and, specifically, the epic Hong Kong Four Trails Ultra which kind of looks insane (the race had been run by the time of publication... but we won't tell you what happened). James is also founder of the Advent Runnin…
 
We are (still) often asked what content marketing is, how brands truly find success with it - and how to get started. Rachel Akiboye from digital marketing agency Brandlective throws some of the following questions at Stacey Kehoe in today's episode: Why are companies using content marketing? What are the benefits? How do we convince the management…
 
Rob Pope has run across America more times than anyone else, running at total of 15,600 miles (at the time of writing). He's followed in the footsteps of Forrest Gump and in so many ways. No-one has run as far as Rob in a single year as he raises huge amounts for WWF and Peace Direct. Allie and David pick his brains about his incredible adventures.…
 
There aren't many runners who have the pedigree in long distance racing as Nicky Spinks. Farmer by day, Nicky is an outstanding fell runner and has completed doubles of the UK's most difficult rounds, including double Bob Graham (England), double Paddy Buckley Round (Wales) and the double Ramsey Round (Scotland). And that's not even mentioning the …
 
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