Tortoise and the Hare Podcast is an ultrarunning podcast based in Savannah, Georgia. Co-hosts: Mike Nadeau and Patrick Reagan.
Episode 35: Camelia Mayfield
Cam joins Mike and Patrick to chat about her origins in ultrarunning, her top finishes at Western States and Javelina, and working on site during the COVID 19 pandemic in her field.
Episode 34: Get to Know the Hosts
Mike and Patrick sit down for a chat about their backgrounds, their career paths, and how they found ultrarunning.
Episode 33: Taggart VanEtten
The 2020 Tunnel Hill champion joins Mike and Patrick to talk about his smoking fast 12:19 hundred miler, which happened to be his debut ultra!
Episode 32: Bob MacGillivray of Drymax Socks
Mike and Patrick are joined by Bob of Drymax Socks for an hour of banter about revolutionary sock technology. Bob dives into the details of forming an elite team of Ultrarunners that worked alongside his company to change the game in the running sock industry.
Episode 31: Kalie Demerjian
Mike and Patrick chat with artist Kalie Demerjian about her debut year of ultrarunning and dive into her gremlin brain child, I’m Okay Art.
Episode 30: Nicole Monette
Nicole Monette joins Mike and Patrick to discuss her recent win and course record at Yeti 100 Mile Endurance Run, balancing her ultrarunning with work, and putting in the training while having a family of five.
Great podcast. What I’ve been needing for quite a while. When to use what products and how they interact. Patrick is work class runner and super knowledgeable. Good job guys!
Great Running Podcast
Wow, awesome show guys. Wish I’d heard of this one sooner. Subscribed. 👍🏻
Entertaining and Informative
I really enjoy listening to this podcast. In only the first two episodes I have learned tangible things and can be applied to my own running. This is a running and ultra podcast that will entertain you and teach you something. The hosts, Patrick (a top tier ultra runner) and Mike (a running store manager and everyday runner) are genuially good dudes that know their running stuff. This should become a staple in your podcast rotation.