In this weeks episode, we spoke to our very own Colin Mccourt.
Tune in to hear how Colin asses his own career, what we would have done differently, where he is at with his running now and how he fits is all in with a family!
We hope you enjoy!
In this weeks episode, we spoke to New Balance's Danny Orr.
Danny is the strategic business manager for performance at New Balance and we talked all things shoes. Shoe innovation, shoe performance and what is driving the market.
Tune in and we hope you enjoy!
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We had the absolute pleasure of chatting with 2 x Olympic Finalist and multiple European and Commonwealth medalist Laura Weightman.
Laura is fresh off her 3km PB of 8:26 which puts her 2nd on the all time British rankings, an amazing achievement.
In our episode we talked all things Olympic finals, winning medals, being coached by Steve Cram and more!
In this weeks episode we were lucky enough to speak to 3 time European medalist, Andy Vernon!
We caught up with Andy about what happened to him in the run up to the London Marathon, why he didn't run and where is at now. We also talked about the upcoming 'Night of The 10ks. Andy's experience there and why it's such a great event.
Hope you enjoy!
In this weeks episode, I spoke to GB International and 2:09 marathoner, Dewi Griffiths.
We spoke all about his transition through the age groups, working on a farm and fitting his training around sheering the sheep!!
Dewi is set to run in the World Championships in Doha later this year!
In this weeks episode, we spoke to Team New Balance Manchester coach, Steve Vernon.
Steve was a fantastic cross country runner in his own right, finishing 10th at the European Cross Country champs in 2012 and has an impressive 8 national cross country medals to his name.
He is now the team coach of New Balance Manchester where he coaches a whole group of professional athletes. We discussed cross country, coaching and of course...mixed up with some light-hearted chit chat.
In this weeks episode we spoke to Commonwealth Games bronze medalist, Luke Mathews.
We talked all things training, racing, being coached by his Mum and getting still getting tucked in at bed time.
In this weeks episode, we spoke to Charlotte Purdue.
Charlotte finished 13th in the marathon at the World Championships in London 2017 and is the third fastest female British marathoner of all time with a PB of 2:25:35.
In this episode we talk about her journey through athletics, the junior ranks and where she is at now...as always, mixed up with some light-hearted chit chat.
We're back! In this weeks episode we spoke to Australian 1500m record holder and Olympic Finalist, Ryan Gregson.
We talked about longevity in the sport, Melbourne Track Club, his journey into the sport and much more and as always, mixed in with some light- hearted chit chat!
We hope you enjoy!
In the final episode of series 1, we chatted to 'Chefluencer' & ex athlete Chris Baber. Chris is an ex athlete who won BBC1 cooking show Yes Chef in 2016 and now has a following of over 120,000 users on instagram. Follow him on @ChrisBaber !!
We chatted about the importance of food for runners, why good tasting food is important, training around a busy schedule, our love for running and as always, mixed up with some light-hearted chat!
This is the last episode of the series and we'll be back next month for series 2, don't forget to leave a review!!!
In Episode 9, we spoke to GB International Adelle Tracey. Adelle has been improving year on year, PBing every year since she was 14! That has now taken her to World Champs Semi Finals, 2 x fourth place finishes at the European champs and a 1:59 800m!
Adelle is also a model, professional make up artist and was an Olympic torch bearer in 2012!
In this episode we talk about what it's like finishing 4th at major champs, the heartbreak of not going to Rio in 2016 and as always...mixed up with some light-hearted chit chat!
In episode 8, we chatted to Olympic Medalist, 3xEuropean Champ and 3xWorld Medalist, Martyn Rooney.
Martyn has been a senior GB International since 2005 and we talked about his rise through the ranks, the Olympic medal, running 800s, what it's like being on teams now compared to 10 years ago and much much more.
We hope you enjoy it, don't forget to leave a review!
In this weeks episode, we spoke to former World Indoor 800m finalist, Jimmy Watkins.
Jimmy retired soon after the world indoors to focus on his music career, which took him around the world and to festivals like Leeds & Reading!
We had some technical issues today which has meant we had to cut a lot of the interview out, which is disappointing, so apologies to you all and to Jimmy for that!
Anyway, we hope you can enjoy what is in there and don't forget to leave a review!!!
In Episode 6 we chat to Kyle Langford.
Kyle finished a controversial 4th place at the World Championships in London 2017. Not long after the championships, 3rd place finisher, Kipyegon Bett failed a drugs test. Kyle then went on to get a silver medal at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.
In this episode we chat about the last two years, moving forward into 2019 and as always, mixing it up with some light hearted chat and giving you a chance to get to know the man behind the athlete.
In this weeks episode, we chatted to former European Junior Champion and winner of the Liverpool Cross Challenge in 2017, Emelia Gorecka. In the same year, Emelia went on to finish 8th at the European Cross Country Champs.
It was a lot of fun chatting to Emelia, we discussed her junior career, current set up, battling through injuries and of course, all mixed up with some light-hearted chit-chat.
In this episode of 'That Running Podcast', we chat to Olympic & World Finalist, 3:49 miler and parkrun world record holder, Andy Baddeley.
We discuss all topics from his retirement, mental health in sport, his parkrun world record, and some pearls of wisdom for other runners.
We hope you enjoy the show, don't forget to leave a review!
In episode 3 we had ex international athlete and now British Athletics coach, James Thie. James finished 4th at the World Indoor Champs and boasts PB's of 3:37 for 1500m and 3:57 for the mile.
He trains his group out of Cardiff university which includes names like superstar junior, Jake Heyward and internationals like Ieuan Thomas & Tom Marshall .
In this episode we discuss his coaching and journey into it, how he trains as a masters athlete and as always...mixed with some light hearted chit chat.
In episode two, we chatted to Irish international and 2:15 marathoner, Stephen Scullion.
Stephen has a unique story which involves turning to whisky and rugby before making an impressive comeback to the sport. As well as this, we talk about marathon running, dealing with difficult emotions, the financial struggles of being a full time athlete and mix it all up with some light-hearted chat about who he is as a person.
Stephen also has his own podcast which can be found on itunes. We hope you enjoy.
This week in our first ever podcast, we have European and Commonwealth medalist, Jake Wightman. Jake boasts PBs of 1:44 for 800m, 3:33 for 1500m and 3:54 for the mile. Jake is also one of only 4 British men who have broke 1:45 and 3:34. Join us where we talk about the success of this year, his current situation and some informal banter. We hope you enjoy the show!