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Four Time Olympian Nick Willis
My guest today is Nick Willis. Nick is a two-time Olympic medalist from New Zealand in the 1500m and has been one of the top middle distance runners in the […]
Dan King: Accidental Miler
On August 29th, at the South Carolina Track Fest, Dan broke the 60-64 age group world record for the mile by running 4:49.03. This bettered previous world record of 4:51.85, […]
Allen Woodard Allen Woodard is the 45-49 age group World Record holder for 400m. He was the first man over the age of 45 to run under 50 seconds for […]
My guest for the latest episode of the Masters Milers podcast is Sid Howard. I’m honored to have Sid as a teammate of mine on Central Park Track Club. Sid […]
MCDC Meet Director Dave Milner
Dave Milner is the meet director for the Music City Distance Carnival (MCDC), one of the premier track & field events in the US. In addition to always assembling a […]
James has won masters world championships in the 800m, 1500m and 3000m, most recently winning the 40-44 age group in the 1500 at the 2019 WMA championships in Poland. Before […]
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I have been running for nearly 50 years and have really enjoyed these interviews. For one thing, there are the colorful and occasionally zany personalities that make the sport so great. For another, they have provided strong insight into an injury-prevention mindset— especially important in your 60’s.
I highly recommend subcribing.
Love your show, good guests and you ask a question then get out of the way. More of the guest and less of you makes for a better show, something Larry King always said. Here’s a question to ask all these super runners: What’s there PTI, there PAIN/THRESHOLD/INDEX, from 1 to 10, Brad Barton is a 12, Salazar is a 13 get my point ? Peace to you and remember: Run hard Stay hard......Peace Bro !
For everyone, not just Masters; Engaging, informative, inspiring
Peter’s podcast is an entertaining and informative peek into the lesser known world of masters running. But through his informed questions and easy conversational style, one finds that the podcast speaks to all runners. Listen to this podcast if you’re already a masters runner looking to learn from the best, or are in need of the inspiration to take your first step as a masters runner, or if you’re a young gun trying to learn from your elders ;-). This podcast speaks to all. Great job, Peter!