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In a return to the podcasting due to social media pressures - which involved seven people liking a tweet - we tee up what should be a cracking edition of the National Cross Country Championships on Sunday. Santry Demesne will play host to the best and brightest of Irish athletics, with places on offer at the Europeans in Dublin which, as we learn d…
 
On this week's podcast we get stuck into the rebirth of the vintage Diamond League meetings in Oslo and Stockholm. Steeped in history, the meets have flagged in recent years but have come back to prominence with some impressive marketing, great local athletes and top class competition. This was proved with the number of bums on seats.Cathal caught …
 
In this week's podcast we look at the leading Irish results from last weekend, before delving into our topic of discussion for this episode: the problem with potential and athlete development. We then go international to the Prefontaine Classic (31:30 into the podcast) with interviews with Matthew Centrowitz, Christian Coleman and Shelby Houlihan. …
 
On this week's podcast we're joined by one of Ireland's leading distance runners Kevin Dooney.Starting with a recap of his running career to date, we then get into an in-depth discussion around mental health, and Dooney's own battle with depression.In an open and honest interview, Dooney talks about the moment he realised something was not quite ri…
 
It’s round three of the latest Jumping The Gun podcast reincarnation and we cut our teeth straight into the social media debate sparked by Sonia O’Sullivan’s article in The Irish Times last week. Are athletes losing their way on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook instead of getting the ultimate like… performances on the track and field?We debate the m…
 
In this week’s podcast, we digest the stunning news of Asbel Kiprop’s positive test for EPO. Was he scammed? Did he cheat? Is it time to go after his agent? Is his explanation convincing? We debate all of the above.After that, we turn our attention to some good news: Phil Healy’s scorching hot 100m times at the Tón Le Gaoithe meeting in Waterford l…
 
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