- Episode 157: Doha Diamond League Recap
- Episode 156: The Diamonds are Coming
- Episode 155: Payton Jordan Drake Penn
- Episode 154: London Marathon Recap + David Epstein on Hypothyroidism
- Episode 153: Boston Marathon
- Episode 152: On the Goe
- Episode 151: The Gift That Keeps on Giving
- Episode 150: World Cross Country Recap
- Episode 149: New York City Half Marathon Recap/World Cross Country Preview
- Episode 148: NCAA Recap/New York City Half Marathon Preview
- Episode 147: US Indoor Championships
- Episode 146: Interview with Ato Boldon at the USA Indoor Championships
- Episode 145: “Haven’t you run before?”
- Episode 144: Pistorius and Millrose Recap
- Episode 143: Millrose Preview/Bolt Debut
- Episode 142: New Balance Indoor Grand Prix/ USA Cross Country Championships Recap
- The Morning Run: January 31st
- Episode 141: Too Much to Talk About
- The Morning Run: January 28th
- The Morning Run: January 24th
Category Archives: NCAA
Jason and Kevin discuss the results from the first Diamond League meet including David Rudisha’s uncharacteristic win in the 800, Allyson Felix’s loss to Amantle Montsho and a remarkably fast women’s 1500.
Then, the guys compare the season’s of Usain Bolt and Tyson Gay thus far, speculate about the ramifications of Sally Pearson’s hamstring injury and debate the merits of “The Bachelor.”
Jason and Kevin discuss Tyson Gay’s big 2013 debut, Yoshihide Kiryu’s small setback and bizarre questions for Usain Bolt. Also, the guys preview the Doha Diamond League meet, continue the doping conversation and debate the worst things runners hear after a DNF.
Jason and Kevin run down a busy week of action on the track including Jenny Simpson’s impressive run at the Drake Relays, the international competition at the Penn Relays and the unique cheering of Alexi Pappas during the Payton Jordan Invitational.
The guys also discuss this weekend’s Kingston Invitational which now includes Tyson Gay (but not Usain Bolt), answer listener emails and imagine a movie where Geoffrey Mutai and Patrick Makau are marathon bounty hunters.
Jason and Kevin review the London Marathon and debate whether it lived up to the pre-race hype or if it fell short under the weight of lofty expectations.
Then, Sports Illustrated’s David Epstein joins the guys to discuss the increasing number of athletes being treated for hypothyroidism. David explains the history of the condition in sports, the risks involved, the World Anti Doping Agency’s position and Alberto Salazar’s response to the controversy.
Finally, the guys read emails and Jason reviews a cinematic classic, The Jericho Mile.
Jason and Kevin review the NCAA Indoor Championships including the doubles by Lawi Lalang and Abbey D’Agostino, the team championships from Arkansas and Oregon and the phenomenal performance of Shaunae Miller. Then, the guys preview the New York City Half Marathon and predict how fast Bernard Lagat will fare in his first attempt at the distance.
Jason and Kevin discuss the latest developments in the Oscar Pistorius case, Galen Rupp’s American record and Mo Farah’s awkward interview. The guys also chat about Sanya Richards-Ross’s reality show, Usain Bolt’s Copacabana race and the upcoming USA Indoor Championships.
Jason and Kevin discuss the modest openers by Usain Bolt and Yohan Blake, the strong fields for the Millrose Games and RAK half-marathon and the growing expectations on Mary Cain. Also, the debate of runner/not a runner continues and Kevin tells his story about avoiding a double lapping by Galen Rupp.
In their longest episode to date Jason and Kevin break down Rupp and Cain’s amazing runs over the weekend, the PAC-12 TV rights issue and discuss if the upcoming London marathon has the greatest field in history.
Then, the guys talk about Yohan Blake’s watch, the end of the Turbaned Tornado and answer emails involving IN-N-OUT’s secret menu and some of the greatest races ever.
Jason and Kevin chat about the records by Mary Cain and Brianna Rollins, Moses Mosop and Wesley Korir joining the Boston Marathon field, Andy Murray’s acceleration and the worst mud ever staged.
Jason and Kevin discuss the American entrants for the Boston Marathon, the upcoming indoor season, a controversy surrounding a track coach resigning and the recent uptick in violent occurrences at running events.