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In episode #49 I speak with Elise Downing, Author of Coasting. Elise ran 5000 miles around Britain and Coasting is her memoir of the journey. Just six months after coming up with the idea to do this Elise set off with no ultra-running experience at all! Coasting: Running Around the Coast of Britain - Life, Love and (very) Loose plans is out now. Co…
 
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes when you are charity of the year for an event like London Marathon? Alex and Izzie give us an insight in to the last two years, what its been like for Macmillan Cancer Support as charity of the year and tell us all about the things they are busy doing this week! Enjoy this and see you all on nex…
 
Tim is one of the founders of always Aim High a fantastic events company based in North Wales that organise events like the Snowdon Trail Marathon. Tim is a former Olympic Skier, he is a full time firefighter and we chat all about his journey and how he came to be putting on the wonderful events at Always Aim High. You can learn more and interact w…
 
In podcast episode #46 we have the first of our guest hosts. Andy Lane, Professor of Sport Psychology at the University of Wolverhampton is hosting and interviewing his friend Greg Whyte. Greg Whyte, is a former Olympian and Sports Scientist. He won European bronze and World Championship silver medals, and competed in two Olympic Games. Greg has be…
 
Dr. Peter Gorman is the president of Microgate USA who works with everyday runners and athletes as well as the world’s top athletes, team owners and doctors. He has multiple patents for heart rate monitors. Stuart is the owner of all about balance and sports therapist of 30+ years as well as the UK distributor of barefoot science insoles. We discus…
 
This week we had a chat with the scallywags behind The Empire Never Ended, an antifascist Amerikanski-Balkan podcast about (neo) fascist terror, the (deep) state and the alienation, nihilism and desperation produced by the capitalist system. Heavy stuff, Doc. We talked about the Balkan far-Right, Gladio, Order of the Nine Angles and some very silly…
 
In episode 43 I speak with Emma, Andrew and Chris from ParetoFM. Pareto are a sponsor of our event the Shrewsbury Half Marathon which is on Sunday October 10th. Emma is the Pareto FM Social Impact Director, Andrew is the Founder and Managing Director and Chris is a Senior Account Manager. Subjects we speak about include how Pareto have supported th…
 
In episode 40 we welcome Nina Davies & Edd Baldry from Byrd.run. Byrd is a new EQAI coaching platform which works with everyday life and is built around you! This was a very intriguing chat about Byrd and I hope you enjoy listening to how artificial intelligence and a more human, emotional understanding are being built into the Byrd Coaching platfo…
 
74 year old legendary global adventurer and author, Rosie Swale Pope (MBE) is running solo from the UK to Kathmandu to raise money to support PHASE Worldwide and their charity work in Nepal. In 2003, Rosie began a five-year run-around-the-world, travelling 20,000 miles to raise awareness for the early diagnosis of cancer, and to raise funds for an …
 
This week we speak with Alex Hinton [Twitter]. Alex is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology, Founder and Director of the Center for the Study of Genocide and Human Rights, and UNESCO Chair on Genocide Prevention at Rutgers University, and the author over a dozen books including the award-winning Why Did They Kill? Cambodia in the Shadow of Genoc…
 
Episode #38 Stuart Gordon - Sports Therapist of 30 years, with clients all over Europe including players from clubs like AC Milan. Dr Susie Cooper - GP, Rheumatologist, Sports Med Dr & endurance runner who defied her surgeon after rupturing her Plantar Fascia and returned to running. We discuss: How to and why runners should strengthen their feet? …
 
Dan is a Physio and is Educational Director at Rocktape. We thought we would do this one with your questions about products in the market at the moment so listen to find out more about: Foam rolling - The Science | Common mistakes | Their use for fitness & more. Massage sticks. Massage guns. Taping | Cupping and more! Connect with Dan and the Rockt…
 
Sandra is Race Director of West London’s only fully road closed half marathon, The Ealing Half Marathon. This race has raised a staggering 2.5 million for local charities and good causes and as Sandra says in the interview, when you enter the Ealing Half Marathon you are not just paying for a race place. You can connect with the race team and sign …
 
Tom is a Race Director and owner of the Richmond Running Festival. Tom and his team were the organisers of the Olympic trials at Kew Gardens. Their upcoming events include May 15th Air 10 & May 16th Kew Gardens 10k. We discuss: The Olympic Trials. Current challenges for Race Directors and Events. The future of running events. You can get a £10 disc…
 
In this episode we speak with ultra runner Paul Giblin. Paul is part of the professional Compressport team, he has medalled at world level with Great Britain on road and in the mountains. His list of successes is long and he has competed in races such as the Western States 100 and the Barkley Marathons. You can connect with Paul on: Instagram Twitt…
 
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