Canadian Running Cover Star, Jeff Pelletier: How This Ultrarunner Documented Notoriously Difficult Moab 240 Race
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Jeff Pelletier, David Stol
1M ago
In this archived episode, Canadian Running Magazine cover star, elite ultramarathoner, and documentarian Jeff Pelletier joins the podcast to discuss his second-place finish at the notorious Moab 240 race. He discusses the biggest challenges in creating a documentary amidst one of the world's most challenging ultramarathons, how his training shifted to allow for an incredible improvement in the distance, and which races would make the best film in the future. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you find your podcasts and follow @canadianrunning and ..read more
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Ultramarathon Coach and Athlete Nik Golymbiowsky | How Amateurs Can Fall in Love with Extreme Distances
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by David Stol
1M ago
In this archived episode, ultramarathon coach, athlete, and influencer Nik Golymbiowsky joins the podcast to discuss how he fell in love with the sport, his unorthodox coaching methods, his most challenging races to date, and how he's helping the amateur running community fall in love with extreme races. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you find your podcasts and follow @canadianrunning and @shakeoutpodcast for more storytelling from the running world ..read more
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The Rundown: From 1500m Olympian to Elite 100-Miler, Ben Blankenship Breaks Down His Transition to the Trails
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Ben Blankenship, David Stol
1M ago
Ben Blankenship joins the podcast to discuss his transition from 1500m US Olympian to elite 100-miler, which culminated in his second-place finish in the Rabid Racoon 100 Miler on March 16. Throughout the episode, Blankenship discusses his winding road to professional running, why he almost gave up the sport following his collegiate career, the greatest challenges endured in his 100-mile debut, and how his training has shifted since retiring from the track. He also discusses his choice to withdraw from the US Olympic Marathon Trials after qualifying in his debut last year and his future as an ..read more
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Rory Linkletter | Recapping 2:08:01 Olympic Standard Marathon, Ryan Hall's Philosophies, Biggest Rivalries, and Career Bucket List Goals
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by David Stol
1M ago
Professional runner Rory Linkletter joins to discuss becoming the second-fastest marathoner in Canadian history with a time of 2:08:01 in Seville, Spain. Ahead of his eminent 2024 Team Canada selection, Linkletter explains the training behind his Olympic standard marathon time, the impact of being coached by 2:04:58 marathoner, Ryan Hall, and what adjustments he'll make ahead of the Paris Olympics. He also discusses which Canadian rivals he hopes to compete against for a Canadian championship and what still remains on his career bucket list. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple ..read more
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Ihor Verys | Canadian Ultrarunner Recaps Notorious 100-Mile Barkley Marathons
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by Ihor Verys, David Stol
1M ago
Canadian ultrarunner Ihor Verys joins to discuss his finish at the 100-mile Barkley Marathons. In his debut at the iconic ultramarathon event, Verys became one of just 20 individuals to complete the race in its 38-year history. We discuss the many intricacies that go into planning for such a gruelling race, the unforeseen challenges along the way, and why he got accepted into such an exceptionally exclusive race. Later, Verys explains his introduction to the sport as a Ukrainian immigrant and what he hopes to take on next after a historic race. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed ..read more
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305-Day Solo Run Across Canada: New Zealander Jon Nabbs' Expedition for Cancer Research
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Jon Nabbs, David Stol
2M ago
New Zealand ultrarunner, Jon Nabbs, discusses his 305-day solo run across Canada to raise funds for cancer research. After losing both of his parents to the disease within a two-year span, Nabbs was inspired by Terry Fox's legacy and began his 8,000km trek from St. Johns, Newfoundland to Victoria, British Columbia, entirely unsupported. On this episode, Nabbs explains how the journey carried him through the grieving process, the most dangerous challenges encountered along the run, his newfound connection with Canada's running community, his previous ultrarunning feats, and what others can gain ..read more
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305-Day Solo Run Across Canada: New Zealander Jon Nabs' Expedition for Cancer Research
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Jon Nabbs, David Stol
2M ago
New Zealand ultrarunner, Jon Nabbs, discusses his 305-day solo run across Canada to raise funds for cancer research. After losing both of his parents to the disease within a two-year span, Nabbs was inspired by Terry Fox's legacy and began his 8,000km trek from St. Johns, Newfoundland to Victoria, British Columbia, entirely unsupported. On this episode, Nabbs explains how the journey carried him through the grieving process, the most dangerous challenges encountered along the run, his newfound connection with Canada's running community, his previous ultrarunning feats, and what others can gain ..read more
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The Rundown: Christopher Morales Williams' World-Best 400m Performance, World Indoor Championships, and Brian Mclean of Achilles Canada
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Christopher Morales Williams, Brian Mclean, Marley Dickinson, David Stol
2M ago
Canadian Running staff writer Marley Dickinson joins to break down his coverage from the World Indoor Championships last weekend in Glasgow, Scotland. Later, Marley and host David Stol recap Christopher Morales Williams' world-best 400m performance and NCAA championship. Then, Brian Mclean, president of Achilles Canada, discusses the special cause powering some of Canada's most renowned races, including Toronto's upcoming St. Patrick's Day Race. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you find your podcasts and follow @canadianrunning and @shakeoutpodc ..read more
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Kim & Michelle Krezonoski | Twin Marathoners Break Down Their Historic Road to the Boston Marathon Pro Field
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by Kim Krezonoski, Michelle Krezonoski, David Stol
3M ago
Elite marathoners Kim and Michelle Krezonoski join to discuss their build towards becoming the first twin sisters to enter the pro field of a World Marathon Major. We discuss their differing coaching philosophies, finding their individual identities within the sport, how twin genes alter their physiological abilities, their expectations for Boston. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you find your podcasts and follow @canadianrunning and @shakeoutpodcast for more storytelling from the running world. You can also read our full feature story on Stell ..read more
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Gabriel Jarquin | Hoka Athlete and HIV Advocate on His Journey of Self-Discovery
The Shakeout Podcast | Canadian Running Magazine
by David Stol, Gabriel Jarquin
3M ago
In the latest episode of The Shakeout Podcast, Hoka athlete Gabriel Jarquin joins to discuss his journey of HIV advocacy, how he fell back in love with running after a formative hiatus, and his goal of earning a personal best marathon time in Boston this spring. We also discuss the power of embracing the running community, his role as President of Toronto's Pride & Remembrance Run, how Hoka has helped amplify his message, and more. Subscribe to The Shakeout Podcast feed on Apple, Spotify, SoundCloud, or wherever you find your podcasts and follow @canadianrunning and @shakeoutpodcast f ..read more
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