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Best Letsrun.com podcasts we could find (updated May 2020)
Best Letsrun.com podcasts we could find
Updated May 2020
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Despite the COVID shutdown high schooler Leo Daschbach ran sub 4 in the Quarantine Clasico in California with a tremendous final lap to become the 11th high schooler in the US in the sub 4 club. Pros Nick Symmonds and Leah O'Connor got married (not to each other), Rojo discusses Des Linden's body fat percentage, we learn about the 6 figure poker wi…
 
Alan Webb, Ryan Hall, and Dathan Ritzenhein rose to prominence in the early 2000s as members of the high school class of 2001. For their accomplishments as teens -- which included two Foot Locker Cross Country titles for Ritzenhein and a 3:53 high school mile record for Webb -- they were christened the "Big 3." Ever since, their careers have been l…
 
In this week's podcast, we propose a simple plan that should result in the major big-city marathons returning to action this fall: https://www.letsrun.com/forum/flatread.php?thread=10021792 We also talk about Brynn Brown's amazing 9:39 3,200 meter run (https://www.letsrun.com/news/2020/05/high-schooler-brynn-brown-runs-second-best-3200-in-us-hs-gir…
 
Our normal podcast returned but this was far from a normal podcast as podcasting history was made as for the first time in world history a six-day-old baby appeared on a podcast. Once we adjusted to our new female co-host, we spent most of the show debating who had the better career - Dathan Ritzenhein, Alan Webb or Ryan Hall? Along the way, Rojo r…
 
Recently the LetsRun.com visitors voted US marathon record holder Deena Kastor as the greatest US women's distance runner in history. To mark the occasion, we invited Deena to be on our podcast. Before we could have her on, however, she told us she wanted to answer questions from the fans on our messageboard which she did last week. Her responses w…
 
This week we devote the entire show to talking to Jim Ryun - the athlete that the LetsRun.com visitors recently voted as the Greatest American Distance Runner of All-Time. During our talk, Ryun talks about his entire career, during which he ran sub-4 and made the Olympics in high school before being named Sports Illustrated Sportsman of the Year du…
 
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Chris Solinsky's 26:59 10,000-meter run, this week we dropped an extra podcast with Solinsky as the guest. Our regular podcast will come out later. By now, his 26:59 has been discussed and broken down in amazing detail -- heck, our own Jonathan Gault wrote 6,000+ words about it -- so we only spent the first 10 m…
 
Jim Ryun is voted the GOAT, Deena Kastor female GOAT, Chris Solinsky's 26:59 10th anniversary, LetsRun.com 20th anniversary, did Jonathan Gault really talk to Jerry Schumacher?, will Jon Gault run with a mask or risk getting a $300 fine, Max Siegel is getting PAID, London Marathon and more. Sponsors: One Week Only: Biggest Sale Ever at NormaTec and…
 
Alicia Monson, the American star who just turned pro joins us at 68:45 to discuss her career, what it's like going pro in these crazy times and more. Prior to that we've got marathon talk, COVID talk, a special guest who gave up LetsRun.com for Lent, and the Greatest American Distance Runner Final Four Jim Ryun vs Frank Shorter and Jenny Simpson vs…
 
We made our talk with Madeline Manning Mims at the end of this week's regular podcast its own podcast. Manning Mims was not only the 1968 Olympic 800m Champ and first US women to ever go sub 2:00, but she ran 1:57.9, held the US record for 15 years, and won the Olympic Trials 800m in 1968, 1972, 1976, and 1980. She started competing when women did …
 
Dr. Madeline Manning Mims, arguably the greatest 800m American runner, the 1968 Olympic champ, and someone until who last week we knew very little about is our guest at the 57:42 mark. Manning Mims in addition to her Olympic gold was the first American to run sub 2 minutes, she held the American record for 15 years, and won the US Olympic Trials 4 …
 
Olympic qualifying is cancelled till December 2020, Eugene 2022 has its dates, Michael Wardian wins the Quarantine Backyard Ultra in controversial fashion (full podcast with Wardian here), the Greatest American Distance Runner brackets are underway, runners are getting arrested for running, we discover Madeline Manning, and whose career would you r…
 
In this podcast, we interview Mike Wardian who just won the Quarantine Backyard Ultra by running more than 262.5 miles over 63 hours. The podcast is sponsored by TheFeed.com. They've got everything you need to perform at your best and try and stay healthy. They're sending our team their Immunity boosting packs as well as a fresh supply of Maurten a…
 
Former US 800m star, Youtube personality and RunGum CEO Nick Symmonds joins us to talk his fascinating career, what it's like to be a pro, the highs and lows (depression and suicidal thoughts), and much much more including his date with Paris Hilton. Before that we get you caught up on the running world, April Fools, plays whose running career woul…
 
The Tokyo Olympics are officially postponed and we break down what it means and talk about how the running world is adapting. Plus, we start the debate of who is the best distance runner of all-time, show our love for Alan Webb, have Rojo's rant and special Sean Brosnan., who is arguably the top high school coach in America right now (he coaches th…
 
Coronavirus, covid-19 has upended the world. LRC is here to talk about it and its impact on the running world. Be safe and responsible everyone. Need new shoes? Get them online. Podcast is sponsored by LetsRun.com Better Running shoe site: LetsRun.com/shoes. Thread: What do you want to see on LRC during coronavirus? Jam packed show notes: 4:20 Tom …
 
The coronavirus is sweeping across the running world. Will everything be cancelled? What about the Boston and London Marathons? Plus another look at the Olympic Marathon Trials, some interesting results from Japan from Mao Ichiyama thanks to a switch in shoes and a preview the 2020 NCAA Indoor Track and Field meet. 100% of the tips of this episode …
 
HOKA NAZ Elite coach Ben Rosario joins LRC's Jonathan Gault for a bonus podcast this week. Rosario was the coach of 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials champ Aliphine Tuliamuk (bonus podcast with her here), 6th place finisher Stephanie Bruce, and 8th place finisher Kellyn Taylor on the women's side and 12th placer Scott Fauble and 19th placer Scott Smith …
 
Aliphine Tuliamuk was the surprise winner of the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trails and she joined us for a special edition of the LetsRun.com Track Talk podcast to talk about her impressive win. The HOKA NAZ Elite athlete talks one-on-one with LRC's Jonathan Gault for 40+ minutes about her Trials win, believing in herself, and trying to be more like Meb…
 
The fabulous 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials are in the books (full coverage here). Galen Rupp delivered once again, Aliphine Tuliamuk ended HOKA ONE ONE Marathon Month on LetsRun.com in the grandest way possible by pulling the huge upset, as Molly Seidel delivered in her debut, Jake Riley made his return more than complete, so did Sally Kipyego, and …
 
The 4 year wait is over and the Olympic Marathon Trials are almost here. We break down the women's race and the men's race and actually have a little Tokyo Marathon and world record in the half marathon talk before the Trials talk. Full show notes below. This podcast is sponsored by HOKA ONE ONE. Seventeen HOKA athletes are running the Marathon Tri…
 
The butterflies are building and the Olympic Marathon Trials are almost here. As part of our HOKA Takes on the Trials sponsored coverage, we're profiling all the HOKA ONE ONE athletes running the 2020 Marathon Trials in Atlanta. We've covered the dreamers (how about a guy who didn't break 18:00 for 5k in high school?), the mountain men and women, a…
 
USA indoors are in the books and Rojo starts with an ego pumping victory tour on his predictions. Then we discuss the the Bowerman Track Club success at the meet (and others not showing up), before weighing in on the biggest instagram feud in track and field: who won Paul Chelimo or Lopez Lomong? Mondo and Joshua Cheptegei got world records, the NA…
 
Jim Walmsley’s much anticipated marathon debut is almost here and it will be on the grandest stage the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta. Jim is a total running geek and fan of the sport so what better way to get pumped about the Trials than with a podcast. Jim talked at length about his debut, his preparations, and his chances in Atlanta. De…
 
The 2020 NYRR Millrose Games saw Elle Purrier emerge as a US star and American record holder and Donavan Brazier and Ajee Wilson get ARs of their own. The LRC crew debates Purrier’s best event and looks ahead to this weekend’s USA Indoor Championships. Galen Rupp is baaack and ready for the Trials, some depressing news out of Canada, and yes Nike A…
 
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