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Keely Henninger, Corrine Malcolm, and Hillary Allen are three professional trail runners looking to utilize their experience as athletes and scientists to foster community and discussion around new and challenging topics in the world of trail running, training and racing, and equality
 
Tips on how to be a better athlete, every day, directly from the world's best endurance athletes! Whether you participate in endurance races as a hobby, or you're a competitive ultra-endurance athlete, this podcast will help you achieve your goals when it comes to racing, training, and recovery. The show is hosted by Ultra-Endurance athlete, Joe Corcione, who has competed in Ultramarathons, Ultratriathlons, and Ironman races.
 
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Choose Strong with Sally McRae

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Choose Strong is about choosing strength over fear in every situation in life. The podcast is filled with candid insight and interviews from host Sally McRae. As a pro athlete, wife, mother, and biz owner, Sally seeks to encourage others to live a strong and courageous life. She covers a variety of life focused topics including running, total wellness, mindset, parenting, life balance, the impact of social media, and staying motivated while working toward goals. Support this podcast: https:/ ...
 
Celebrating everything about endurance sports, from Ultra Marathons to Mountaineering, from Adventure Races to Ironman. We hear from athletes, explorers and race directors from or based in the Asia Pacific region. Hosted by endurance enthusiasts based in Singapore, we celebrate ordinary people achieving extraordinary things, going beyond the limit of what they once thought possible.
 
Our weekly podcast shares the unique perspective of the North East, Beast Coast Ultra running scene: raw, impulsive, and irreverent. The Cultra Trail Running Podcast is a place where we can get together and discuss all the fun stuff that happens on the trails that most normal people don't care about. Join the Cult! or maybe you already have without realizing it... resistance is futile.
 
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Bad Boy Running

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Bad Boy Running

Jody Raynsford & David Hellard

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The amazing world of running you didn't know existed, from a marathon club in San Quentin State Penitentiary to racing 350 miles, unaided with only 8% vision, to setting up a girl's running club in Afghanistan, reprobates David Hellard & Jody Raynsford bring you the world's most interesting running stories, its most incredible runners, presented by some of its worst. A funny, light-hearted look at running that's not afraid to laugh at itself and at you.
 
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Bryon Powell, Meghan Hicks, others

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iRunFar brings you the most in-depth race coverage of trail races and ultramarathons around the world. If you enjoy our race coverage, please consider supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/iRunFar .
 
InnerFight Endurance coaches Tom Walker & Rob Jones discuss topics to educate and inspire runners. From couch-to-5k'rs, triathletes, up to multi-stage ultra runners this podcast will interest you. Each topic show is followed by a Q&A show, making the podcast interactive and relevant to you, the listener. Find out more about InnerFight Endurance at www.innerfight.com/endurance
 
The Microscopists is a podcast from Bitesize Bio and ZEISS Microscopy that takes you into revealing, entertaining, and personal meetings with the great microscopists of our time. Your host is Dr Peter O’Toole. Peter will help you understand what drives great, successful scientists, what really inspires them and what they enjoy most in life. This set of candid, fun, and engaging interviews serves not only to help inspire upcoming scientists but to show how career tracks and work-life balance ...
 
Each week Pies, The Producer, Mendy & Big Zacko discuss sports from Australia and around the world. Focussed on NRL and AFL in winter, cricket and NFL in summer. We also talk about motor racing, horse racing, basketball, baseball and anything else that comes up from week to week. Join our tipping, fantasy and supercoach comps to interact with the team.
 
This show is dedicated to the vibrant running scene here in Portsmouth on the south coast of the UK. On this show we interview runners of all abilities to find out about their own running journeys and what running means to them. Your show hosts are Daniel Del Piccolo and David Harvey, both local runners who also dabble in this fantastic sport themselves and who both will share their own tales through episode too. Follow us along the different episodes and join in with us online for whatever ...
 
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Inspired Soles

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Inspired Soles

Carolyn Coffin and Kim Senechal

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Inspired Soles co-hosts Carolyn Coffin and Kim Senechal bring the communities of trail and road running together as they explore the parallels between running and life. Guests share the wisdom and experience they have gained through running and how it has inspired them to live deeper and more meaningful lives.
 
The podcast from Chiro.London, hosted by founder Craig McLean. We meet chiropractors or people of influence who have an interesting life journey to share, always intertwined with a Chiro link. We started by chatting to the whole Chiro.London team of chiropractors and along the way we expanded to include some of the past Chiro London team, international chiropractors of influence, health focused London businesses or people (yoga, Pilates, gyms, PTs, psychotherapists) and simply some cool peop ...
 
The Training For Ultra Podcast with Rob Steger - Weekly inspiration to get you out the door to run! A mix of elite interviews with mid to back-of-the-pack runners who inspire. Whether you are just starting to run or are a seasoned pro, everyone should find something interesting in this podcast. Let's start training for ultra! www.trainingforultra.com
 
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Running Is An Adventure

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Running is an adventure and will challenge you in ways you didn't even think possible. Suzie hosts runners from all walks of life who embrace this proposition : Some might be chasing a PR, others might have just completed the 6 Majors, ran in Antarctica, hiked Kilimanjaro or completed an ultra while visually impaired. We all have different abilities and different challenges to overcome, but we all love sharing stories with other runners. New episodes every Friday!
 
The Rick Gloo podcast focuses on uncovering inspirational stories from people that may potentially have spent some time flying beneath the radar. Simply going about life and doing cool stuff but yet to be broadcast to the world. We also look to those who may have a voice and look for the new or emerging aspects of their experience. The areas of fitness, health, wellness, meditation, veggies, gardens, business, artists, entrepreneurs, etc. will be pursued. Have fun and enjoy!
 
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Mathieu Blanchard is a French ultrarunner living in Montreal, Quebec. He has finished on the podium at UTMB the past two editions including a 2nd place this year, only 4mins behind Kilian Jornet and under 20hrs -- one of the best 100 mile performances ever. Follow Mathieu on Instagram ________________________ Get a pair of SL:HSV and support Speedl…
 
When it comes to mountain races, one race stands out above them all: the legendary UTMB starting in Chamonix, France. Covering 107 miles and 32,000+ ft of climbing, it challenges even the best of the best runners in the sport. And today, we chat with the man who placed 16th in the legendary race in his first (but certainly not his last) finish at U…
 
The Rusty Nails team of Craig Thornley, Joe Steinmetz and Matt Keyes joined us for a live recording at The Auburn Aid Station in Auburn, CA, and we had a great time with them. In addition to learning about their backgrounds, we dove into the team's experience at the UTMB PTL event - a multi-day, 186 mile journey around Mont Blanc with over 80000 ft…
 
-We often say, we are capable of more than we know, but how will we ever know what that looks like, unless we try. As Sally stood at the Start of Race #4 in the ChooseStrong Project, she was feeling the effects of racing 3 massive races in the previous 8 weeks. She chose the word GRATITUDE as her focus word and despite the grueling course, found he…
 
Marianne Hogan may be a relatively new name for many in the running and trail ultra community but she has been on an absolute streak this year, with podium finishes at both Western States where she placed 3rd female (in her first 100 mile race) and Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc, where she just ran the race of her life crossing the line as the second fe…
 
We had a plan but then the Crew dives down more rabbit holes than Watership Down. But we do get to talk about Amy Mower's excellent book Run To Save Your Life, plus we review lotsa races before taking a look at the finisher's rate broken out by Gender at this year's UTMB and compare it to many other races, then asked the question. Why are there so …
 
Karen Merlin the Marketing and Communication manager for UTMB and Steve Doolan, VP of Global Commercial Strategy/Sports Marketing at Hoka join Farley for this weeks episode of Pace The Nation. We start with Karen to talk about the amazing week that was UTMB in Chamonix, France. Farley and Karen talk about his experience (as a spectator) and what to…
 
This is my 2nd interview with Kilian Jornet, the greatest mountain and ultra runner of all time. We discuss ways for athletes to improve in training & racing, recovery, nutrition and UTMB 2022. Full YouTube interview: https://youtu.be/cU7cNo7ZwUk Chapters: 0:00 Start 3:42 Recovery from UTMB 5:42 Kilian’s thoughts on recovery tools 7:10 Sleep and re…
 
Do entry requirements for racing massively disadvantage women? Does participants dying put you off entering a race? (looking at you, UTMB) - and have you ever heard a more disconcerting version of 'Killing Me Softly' than theirs involving Kilian? Enjoy that and more with David and Jody on this week's Bad Stuff. Join the conversation over at the Bad…
 
A very special episode after a summer holiday break, with my awesome co-host David Harvey who pretty much steals the show this week with his epic tales of TDS where he completed the 95 mile grueling course during this years UTMB race series. Dave goes into some detail about the course and the race and how it all panned out. Dave was joined by a num…
 
We are coming to you with HEALTHY HEART SWAG to talk about Kilian Jornet's training snapshot leading up to his course record at UTMB, training intensity zones and what they mean, how to think about heart rate principles even if you don't use a heart rate monitor, Nico Young's amazing strength, the connection between emotional pain and physical pain…
 
On this episode The Producer and Josh go through all the sport from the last week. Majsport and the Ferrari Cup has been completed. The Ferrari Cup was held at Trial Mountain for the Final Road which saw IceTaylor claim the win and the Championship. Maj tried hard but IceTaylor was too good in the end. This weekend is the Start of the new AMG Cup w…
 
This week we talk Ultra! In particular the admin side of it. What to take? How to pack? How to behave? All in todays show with Rob Jones and Tom Walker. Don't forget to rate and review the show! https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/the-run-strong-podcast/id1483567507 To get in touch please email Endurance@innerfight.com #Therunstrongpodcast From o…
 
We got VERY EXCITED about enchiladas before an invigorating episode on training and intrinsic motivation! The main topics: 3 marathon training principles that apply to all endurance runners, the magic of long runs that build aerobic lipidic power, 4 follow-up discussions about Eliud Kipchoge's training before setting the world record, recent studie…
 
Running is often praised for its simplicity, but what it requires from the body can be quite complex. As October rolls around, many of us will feel the stress from all those hard summer miles take the form of unexpected aches and pains, which sometimes demand more involved treatment than just some extra time spent on the foam roller. So, we sat dow…
 
Dean Johnson is a runner, race director and coach from Lethbridge, Alberta. After spending many years playing hockey, slowpitch and coaching youth football, he decided to start running at age 45. It didn’t take very long before he found himself at Boston, running his first Lost Soul 50K that fall and on the board of the race as a race director. He …
 
Relay events tend to involve four people running very quickly round an oval track. The Running out of Time relay is on a different scale entirely. Beginning on 30 September 2022 in Glasgow, Scotland (COP 26 host city), it will see a baton travel 7,767km to Sharm el-Sheikh, Eqypt (COP27 host city). The record-breaking relay, which will go through 18…
 
Heart rate is one of the most important metrics to track when it comes to training for an ultramarathon. It can be a sign of your overall fitness, day-to-day fatigue, and can help you gauge intensity zones during your run workouts. So, how do you utlize heart rate when it comes to training for an ultramarathon? There are a lot of different schools …
 
Wandered how some of the world's most elite talent is found, nurtured and grown? Look no further than nn Running, home of Eliud Kipchoge, Joshua Cheptegai and many many more! David catches up with Jurrie van der Velden on how it began, the approach and ethics behind it, and how to manage the success of the team. https://www.nnrunningteam.com/team/ …
 
The Full Cultra Crew takes a look at why we race, and compare it to creating our own adventures. We question if/why there seems to be a recent decline in race attendance? Are we cannibals, or are we just cheap? And if no one is racing anymore, why is it so damn hard to get into Western States? We look at things through our grass roots microscope, a…
 
Josh Eberly is the Head Coach of the Western Colorado University trail running team. In this conversation we get into the details of how he's built the team, how it's currently structured, how the team trains, where they compete in the trail and ultra worlds, and what it's going to take to expand their model to other colleges and universities acros…
 
We sat down with our dear friend, trail runner, boxer, and long-distance bike rider Taylor Edwards. Hear about his epic 3,400-mile, 31-day bike touring journey from Newcastle, California to Denali National Park, Alaska to honor the passing of his best friend and Father and to spread his ashes in his father’s favorite place. Taylor’s interests in ru…
 
Alan Culpepper and Ben Rosario have an awesome chat about high school cross country training and racing with the championship season right around the corner. (1:00) Alan updates the fans on the NAZ Elite team.(5:36) What Alan thinks about the U.S. HS XC landscape and how teams are training--good and bad.(11:15) How to handle racing and where it fit…
 
On this episode The Producer and Josh go through all the sport from the last week. Majsport and the Ferrari Cup has been in full swing even without The Producer being involved. The Ferrari Cup was held at Kyoto for Round 21 which saw IceTaylor claim the win. Maj tried a different strategy which didn't work but IceTaylor got him in the end using a 1…
 
The Golden Trail Series coming to the US, the final rounds of the World Mountain Running Cup and the preparation for the 2022 World Mountain Running Championships in Thailand and the Golden Trail Series Final in Madeira. More: the 24h world record, the marathon world record, Run Rabbit Run, The Rut, VK+Trofeo Nasego, Canfranc-Canfranc, Mammoth Trai…
 
The Marathon project Kicked off at Innerfight on Sunday. 10 Brand new athletes will spend the next 12 weeks working towards the Abu Dhabi Marathon. Find out what went down, what they can look forward too over the next 12 weeks and what top tips we can offer new runners to this distance. Don't forget to rate and review the show! https://podcasts.app…
 
Specialty-running stores are seldom just places to buy shoes; as community hubs, they serve as places where runners of all skill levels can gather to learn, connect, and train. In this way, they’re essential to the sport, key landmarks in its growing future. However, the demographics these small businesses cater to often fail people of color. So, w…
 
We listened to some very, VERY fun audio recordings before a joyous episode on growth and training theory! The main discussion is on Eliud Kipchoge's training, using a mix of sources to come up with 6 lessons for everyone. Zone 1 easy running, controlled workouts around 80% capacity, high (but not wild) volume, long runs with tempo, a growth lifest…
 
Keely, Corrine, and Hillary discuss all of the races from the past two weeks and then dive into the recent UTMB/TDS Drama. They talk through some new findings in the scientific field around the impacts of extremely long efforts on the body and then dive into their backgrounds in sport and whether a specialized or generalized approach to sport is be…
 
Today we discuss a subject that’s not talked about nearly enough….the DNF (did not finish). We start by sharing about our most recent DNFs which happened for entirely different reasons. Then we explore: Other reasons why a DNF might happen How much dwelling on it is productive Why processing your feelings is important How to mine for any hidden les…
 
The actor and comedian looks ahead to running the London Marathon. His preparation has been somewhat unorthodox, including dodging poisonous snakes in northern Australia, but he says he loves running for the headspace it provides. But can he beat his previous time, set back in 1999, of 3:33? Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more informati…
 
This week Farley is back in Studio 1A and he is joined by Arlingtonian Ultra marathoning legend Mike Wardian.Chris is Mike reminisce about the good old days of the Pacers Racing team in the late 90s and Mike's journey to join the team. We spend the bulk of the interview talking about Mikes Run across America this past summer. A run that was inspire…
 
On this weeks show we welcome Dr Jack Collins, who is a local Portsmouth runner and founder of the Southsea Fell Runners club. Jack is also a Bob Graham Round finisher which is an incredible accomplishment and he tells us all about his process getting to finish the round. Jack is passionate about health and well being and the practice where he work…
 
An all female Crew discusses what they do to stay safe and have fun on the trails. Evil Becky Burke invites Gelato, Jessica Crandall, and Emily "The Mayor of Cultra City" Mayer and they kick the dudes to the curb, (because they need to listen, not speak) before giving the scoop on some of the issues most important to Women on the trail. But this ep…
 
In this episode I’m talking with Scott Kummer who, among a few other roles in the ultrarunning community, is the host of the popular Ten Junk Miles Podcast. If you’re a longtime listener, you know this show is capable of going on streaks. Sometimes it focuses on the pro athletes, then it'll focus on the business side of the sport, and so on. Right …
 
#52 — Wah Chiu is Wallenberg Bienenstock Professor, and Professor of Bioengineering, and Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University. In this episode of the Microscopists, Wah chats with Peter O' Toole about his pioneering cryoEM work and his research goals of understanding the structural biology of organelles.They also discuss careers in ac…
 
#52 — Wah Chiu is Wallenberg Bienenstock Professor, and Professor of Bioengineering, and of Microbiology and Immunology at Stanford University. In this episode of the Microscopists, Wah chats with Peter O' Toole about his pioneering cryoEM work and his research goals of understanding the structural biology of organelles. They also discuss careers i…
 
In this live episode of The Bad Stuff - check out the Facebook group for the full video - Jody speaks with Allie and G-Law about their Dragon's Back race. Both had very different experiences and there are some surprising conclusions. Plus this is officially the first time we get to see G-Law. Is he what you expected? Let us know in the FB group.…
 
Pikes Peak Ascent is a 21km race from Manitou Springs, Colorado, to the top of Pikes Peak, also known as America's Mountain. It climbs 2380m of elevation gain, from 1920m at the start to the 4300m (or 14115 ft) of the finish line. It's one of the most competitive mountain races in the US, that has traditionally had such a great importance for the h…
 
(1:00) Nick reveals his fall marathon choice(7:33) Nick talks about Alan Culpepper coming on as NAZ's new head coach(12:14) The NAZ rookies(16:35) Training with Matt Baxter(17:58) Nick's new level of fitness(19:40) What some of the NAZ athletes are really like(22:00) Learning from Steph Bruce's big win at the USATF 10k(25:55) Talking double workout…
 
Matt Chittim is the Host of Rambling Runner, a podcast for dedicated amateur runners who are working hard to get better and achieving inspirational results while balancing running with the rest of their lives. He is also the Founder of Relay, a collection of some of the best content creators and athletes in running coming together to put out the mo…
 
Dani Moreno is a professional trail runner for HOKA living in Mammoth Lake, CA. Over the last couple of years, Dani has established herself as one of the best shorter distance and sub-ultra trail runners in the world. This season, Dani finished on the podium of both the Mont Blanc Marathon & OCC. This weekend, Dani will be racing Flagstaff SkyPeaks…
 
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