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Episode 102: Double Olympian Kim Conley
Kim Conley, a runner’s runner, rejoins the booth with an update on her quest for a third Olympics team, a look back at inspiring finishing kicks on the track, and lessons from her marathon debut in New York City. We... Read More ›
Episode 101: Paul Martelletti and the London Marathon Bio-Secure Bubble
The elite-only London Marathon Oct. 4 will feature multiple superheroes of distance running, but only one Spiderman. Paul Martelletti is a New Zealand-born marathoner and ultramarathoner who enjoys toeing the line as often as he can, and occasionally in costume.... Read More ›
Episode 100: Joseph Gray and Project Inspire Diversity
Joseph Gray shares the rarefied air of a mountain running champion in Episode 100. Gray, who broke barriers as the first Black American at the top echelon of his sport, has racked up eight mountain running world championships and is... Read More ›
Episode 99: Martin Hehir & Tribute to an NY Flyer
We’ve got two stories to tell in Episode 99. One of the victims of Covid-19 is Anick Jesdanun, an AP reporter and beloved member of the NYC running community. We hear from his NYC Flyers teammate Stephanie Tang, who ran... Read More ›
Episode 98: Mario Fraioli and voices around the world
We hear from listeners in such far-flung locations as Paris, Valencia, and New York City during this time of both deep stress and unity. In our main interview we talk shop with “The Morning Shakeout” podcast host Mario Fraioli, who... Read More ›
Episode 97: 2020 Olympic Trials
“Hill”-lanta was the setting of the epic, windblown 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials, and we’ve got post-race interviews with the top five women’s finishers —Aliphine Tuliamuk, Molly Seidel, Sally Kipyego, Des Linden, and Laura Thweatt—in addition to Distance Project NYC stars... Read More ›
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Keeps getting better!
I love this podcast. Gregg and Brenn are two friends that sit around and talk about marathons. It reminds me of getting together with my friends for breakfast on Saturdays after our long runs. Both of them encourage each other and are very open about their training ups and downs.
This past year has been great with bringing on Gregg's coach Nate and the updates on Gregg's progress for Berlin.
The interviews they have been able to get lately are awesome too.
Keep up the great work!
Great podcast for any marathon runners and running geeks
Great podcast for running geeks. Many tips for marathon training as well as coverage of professional running races. As a 44yo marathon runner, trying to reach 2:59 marathon, I do appreciate listening to Gregg’s adventures in reaching 2:59 (hence the podcast name). They also have a robust website with the same name with a full of training tips.
Excellent running podcast
This is a great listen for more serious runners. Brenn and Gregg conduct concise, informative interviews with elite runners and coaches. They also have interesting discussions of major races, their own experiences in training and trying to achieve the goal of a sub 3 hour marathon including lots of solid training advice.