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The Run In

Katherine Bett & Will Gardner

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The Run In is the UK's orienteering podcast that keeps you up to date on news and results from the (mostly) British and (mostly) elite scene. Every fortnight, Katherine Bett and Will Gardner are joined by a guest to find out more about them and what they love about the sport. Every episode Katherine and Will also take a look back at results and news from the past two weeks, and preview all the action to come.
 
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Katherine and Will chat to 19-year-old Swedish orienteer Hanna Lundberg. She's had a breakthrough year winning the World Cup middle distance on home soil, and taking third place overall. We discuss her reaction to the win, benefitting from the pandemic and her aims for next year.We also look back at the British Champs, the World Cup Final and Kathe…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine and Will chat to GB team member and the man behind Lockdown O, Chris Smithard, about being in the Olympics, ideal orienteering locations and the thrill of racing.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give …
 
Katherine and Will chat to the man behind Lockdown Orienteering and the recent Coast and Islands event - Chris Smithard. He's off to Euromeeting and the World Cup Final in the next couple of days, so we chat scouting out WOC 2023 terrain, race prep and buying his own forest.We also take a wider look ahead to the World Cup and Will has some strong o…
 
It's a junior special as Katherine and Will chat to Tommy and Lyra about their recent wins as M/W14s. We talk race prep, how they started orienteering and what they hope to learn as they progress through the age classes.There's also lots of orienteering news at the moment - we look back on the British Sprints, Jukola and the Junior World Champs, an…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine chats to coach, mapper and controller extraordinaire Jon Musgrave. We chat about why Scotland's waiting for Lidar, coaching pet peeves and the ultimate training exercise.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - plea…
 
Katherine and Will chat to a man who's a big part of orienteering in Scotland - Jon Musgrave. We chat controlling the Scottish 6 Days, coaching at major competitions and his international career that saw him win world champs relay silver.We also look back at the Orienteering World Cup in Sweden, which saw a shock result for the host nation.Thanks t…
 
British team members Alice Leake and Megan Carter Davies join us to celebrate a fantastic week at the World Orienteering Championships. Both Alice and Megan secured podium (top 6) results and take us through their races and emotions, as well as going through the wider results from the British team.Thanks to Nvii for sponsoring us: nviisport.com/en/…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine chats to Tereza Janosikova, who's currently competing for the Czech Republic at a home World Champs. We chat discipline of the kings, biggest mistakes, and dream terrain.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - plea…
 
In our second World Champs preview, Katherine and Will chat to Tereza Janosikova, who's getting ready to compete on home soil in the Czech Republic. We chat about support from her family, running up as a junior and final race preparations.We've also digested the 65-page Bulletin 4 to take you through the important details from the week of racing co…
 
Happy Birthday to The Run In! We've now done two whole years of the podcast, so thanks for all your continued support and listening.This episode is the first of two World Champs previews - Katherine and Will are joined by WOC debutant Peter Bray. We find out about how he's slowly been building towards a WOC selection, why lockdown did him a few fav…
 
In this quickfire episode, Will catches up with Tam Wilson after making his major champs debut at the Europeans. They chat about not being allowed to do "fun running", being close to KO sprint qualification, and the lessons he's learned from the experience.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) …
 
Katherine and Will are joined by athletics legend and new British Orienteering President Steve Cram. We find out about his experiences orienteering as a teenager, how he hopes to be involved as President, and we ask your questions posted on our social media.Katherine also wraps up the races at the Europeans, and Will reports back from races in the …
 
Katherine and Will are joined by Tam Wilson, who's making his senior major champs debut at the European Championships next week. He's currently doing a PhD in Barcelona, so we chat emergency sprint training, and how he's approaching the races.We also preview the races at the Europeans, and look back at elite races in Sweden.Thanks to Nvii for spons…
 
Katherine and Will chat to former GB international Claire Ward. We discuss her multiple comebacks, including after being hit by a car, her mental health, and the importance of finding the right coach.We also go over the selections for the European Champs, Oringen's cancellation, and the new British Orienteering strategy.Thanks to Nvii for sponsorin…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Grace Molloy about her ideal relay leg, her idea of a "short" interval, and when she knew she'd won the JWOC relay.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a follow, and re…
 
Katherine and Will chat to British Junior World Champion Grace Molloy ahead of her first season as a senior. We chat about the cancelled season last year, choosing between orienteering and football, and which terrain suits her best.We also discuss what we've been up to instead of the JK, selection races, and the sad news of the passing of Martin Hy…
 
Katherine and Will hand the interviewing reins over to Hector Haines, who chats to Junior World Champion Nika Kalinina about competing as a neutral athlete, the setup of the Russian squad, and fair play.We also discuss the latest changes to orienteering in Sweden, local events starting again and what the big Swedish relay, 10mila, is looking like t…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Gustav Bergman about races he'd like to run again, Jukola v 10mila, and what sport he'd do if he couldn't orienteer.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a follow, and r…
 
Katherine and Will chat to Swedish multiple World Champs medallist Gustav Bergman on preparing for racing in the Czech Republic, the idea of a "perfect race" and how he's using his platform to be a voice for change.We also discuss the cancellation of Euromeeting, Norwegian coach resignations, and whether we think the European Champs will happen.Tha…
 
In this quickfire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Milos Nykodym about not recognising the women's marathon world record holder, bear encounters and his worst orienteering mistake.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a …
 
Katherine and Will are joined by home medal hope for World Championships in the Czech Republic, Milos Nykodym. He's on the line from training camp in Kenya, and fills us in on camp life, the precise terrain type for the Championships, and how he's dealing with the pressure.We also bring you news on the World Ski Orienteering Championships, and Russ…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Frida Forshällen about the injury that makes her eyes roll, getting through ACL rehab, and dreams of orienteering in Greenland.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a f…
 
Katherine and Will are joined by Swedish chiropractor and orienteer, living in the UK, Frida Forshällen. She takes us through some common orienteering injuries, their causes, and some prehab you can do to minimise the risk of injury.We also bring you news on the lastest competitions cancelled to to COVID and get very jealous of the Czech team curre…
 
Will and Katherine are joined by Swedes Lina Strand and Emma Bjessmo, and Brits Megan Carter-Davies and Cat Taylor to discuss the massive topic that is gender equality in orienteering.Prompted by the Swedish Federation considering new rules on equality in competitions, we chat about the impact of differences in relays, drop-out rates for the older …
 
Katherine and Will are joined by Pauline and Pete Tryner, two of the names who have been behind South Yorkshire Orienteers' recent dominance, especially with their juniors. Pauline works part-time for the club and shares her successes and failures in trying to get more people into our sport.We also bring you news of the British Squad for 2021, and …
 
In our last episode of 2020, Katherine and Will chat to Nathan Lawson about relay mishaps, dodgy Midlands areas, and the worst weather he's run in.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a follow, and recommend us to all your…
 
Katherine and Will are joined by Nathan Lawson to review what orienteering has actually happened in 2020. We talk through Nathan's races this year, why this pandemic has been such bad timing this year for him, and how he's hoping to break into a World Cup or major championships team in 2021.In our Review of 2020, we come up with our top results, co…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat to British senior talent Cecilie Andersen about running off the map in Sweden, running away from dogs in China, and running into a bottomless marsh in the UK!You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - p…
 
Katherine and Will are joined by GB senior Cecilie Andersen, who discusses her four wins from five races this October, the added pressure of cameras at World Cup races, and how she worked with a sports psychologist whilst at Oxford University.We also talk through the new selection policy, and busy racing schedule for those who want to get selected.…
 
TW: eating disorder, suicideHector Haines has this week's interview - he chats to Australian orienteering World Champion Hanny Allston about her childhood, gold medals as a junior and all the obstacles she's faced on the way.Meanwhile, Will's actually been able to compete - at the Lakeland Warrior weekend - so shares his full report. And orienteeri…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Norwegian talent Kasper Fosser about training too much with a map, disqualification rates, and a fantasy relay team with his grandad.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like a…
 
Katherine and Will are joined by 7-time Junior World Champion Kasper Fosser to chat through an injury-ridden 2020, taking a silver medal in his World Championships debut, and his preference for training solo.We also discuss the news this week that official training for the Czech Republic World Championships has been suspended, including for the Cze…
 
Katherine and Will chat to GB international Hollie Orr about how everything started at ScotJOS, why confidence is key, and what was most difficult about stopping training at the highest level.We also have a review of results and courses from the Lakes Reloaded weekend and take a look at what international junior competitions look like in 2021.Thank…
 
Katherine and Will chat to GB junior and Edinburgh Uni coach Mark Nixon about potential for the World Champs 2024 in Edinburgh, competing against pros and his opinion on the best way to get lasting success from international juniors.We also preview the Lakes Reloaded weekend that forms part of the UK Elite O League.Thanks to Nvii for sponsoring us:…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat top GB junior Ali Thomas about doing lots of sports as a kid, getting lost in France and favourite countries for orienteering.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a follo…
 
This episode, Katherine and Will chat to British junior Ali Thomas about his disrupted year, great performances at selection races, and lockdown (over)training.We also discuss news of more events being cancelled, and more numbers being allowed to compete in England.Thanks to Nvii for sponsoring us: nviisport.com/en/. For UK sales, email nviistr8.uk…
 
This episode we hear from founder of the Orienteering Runners of Exeter (OROX) club, Georgia Jones. She shares the practical reasons behind starting the club, how she got new runners involved, and her first BUCS (British Universities & Colleges Sport) Champs.We also look back at the junior selection races held in the Lake District and wonder if the…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Simona Aebersold about which leg she'd put herself on in a relay, what's in her kit bag and why she always listens to this classic piece of orienteering music before every race (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnE-hftGQoU)!You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twit…
 
9-time Junior World Champion Simona Aebersold joins Katherine and Will to discuss her senior debut, pre-race nerves and training camps at altitude.The Swiss superstar also reveals how she's learning to like solo interval sessions!Thanks to Nvii for sponsoring us: nviisport.com/en/. For UK sales, email nviistr8.uksales@gmail.comAnd thanks to the Ori…
 
In this quick-fire episode, Katherine and Will chat to Øystein Kvaal Østerbø about his favourite discipline, Tiomila v Jukola and JK long distance exploits.You can find us on Facebook (www.facebook.com/theruninpod) Twitter (twitter.com/TheRunInPod) and Instagram (www.instagram.com/therunin/) - please give us a like and a follow, and recommend us to…
 
This episode, Katherine and Will chat to Norwegian sprint legend Øystein Kvaal Østerbø, who reflects on his 15 World Championships, the early days of sprint and just how much the sprinters prepare.It's also the return to orienteering in some parts of the country, we have news on the Junior World Championships, and talk about the fantastic new ultra…
 
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