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- Episode 256: False Starts
- Episode 255: NCAA Indoor Preview
- Episode 254: USA Indoor Championships Recap
- Episode 253: Hakuna Dibaba
- Episode 252: Millrose Games Recap
- Episode 251: Interview with Emma Coburn
- Episode 250: Interview with Queen Harrison + Armory Track Invitational Recap
- Episode 249: Interview with Annie Bersagel
- Episode 248: You Down With FKT?
- Episode 247: Odds On
- Episode 246: Dathan for You
- Episode 245: Year in Review
- Episode 244: Without Limits/Prefontaine Movie Review
- Episode 243: Olympic Dreamin
- Episode 242: The Princess’s Bribe
- Episode 241: Interview with Alex Hutchinson
- Episode 240: NCAA Cross Country Championships Recap
- Episode 239: Take The Money And Run
- Episode 238: The Heat is On
- Episode 237: Autumn in New York
Jason and Kevin discuss Dathan Ritzenhein’s promising start to the new year, Mo Farah’s decision to withdraw from an early season competition, Moses Mosop’s return to the winner’s circle and Ryan Hall’s future in the marathon.
The guys also make their bold predictions for 2015, react to Devon Allen’s knee injury and debate if Usain Bolt will be able to defend his 100 and 200-meter titles.
Jason and Kevin recap the races, meets, athletes, surprises and controversies in running in 2014. The guys hand out awards in variety of categories and briefly look ahead to 2015.
Over 17 years after their release dates, Jason and Kevin review both Steve Prefontaine biopics, Prefontaine and Without Limits.
Jason and Kevin discuss Adrian Peterson’s short lived Olympic dream, Kenenisa Bekele’s decision to run the Dubai Marathon, Jon Drummond’s eight year suspension and Wilson Kipsang’s missed drug test.
The guys also recap a controversial finish at the Dallas Marathon, look ahead to the 2016 Olympic schedule and leave some time for Without Limits trivia.
Jason and Kevin discuss a litany of scandals in the track and field world including widespread Russian doping, bribery allegations and suspicious drug tests.
The guys also react to the latest controversial USATF decision, recap the nation’s most important Turkey Trots and try to figure out why the Olympics would eliminate events in 2020.
Writer Alex Hutchinson joins the show to discuss his New York Times article about doping, the philosophical and scientific debates surrounding performance enhancing drugs and his reaction to Rita Jeptoo’s failed test.
Alex also explains why the next marathon breakthrough might come on a loop course, why it helps to be short if you want to run fast and the physiological profile of a sub two-hour marathoner.
Jason and Kevin are joined by Kyle Terwillegar of the USTFCCCA to discuss Edward Cheserek’s easy win, Kate Avery’s almost record setting performance, the team championships from Colorado and Michigan State and all the other surprises and stories from the NCAA Cross Country Championships. Kyle also shares some predictions for next season and tells us what events are must-see during the NCAA indoor season.
Then, Jason and Kevin chat about Renaud Lavillenie and Valerie Adams winning IAAF Athlete of the Year honors, lament the decision to run a 10,000 in the morning at the Rio Olympics and try to find meaning in a treadmill running class.
Jason and Kevin discuss the IAAF’s decision to host the 2019 World Championships in Doha, the results of the .US road racing championships, Germany’s attempt to criminalize doping and Saturday’s NCAA Cross Country Championships.
With the marathon season behind them, Jason and Kevin discuss the upcoming IAAF Athlete of the Year awards, the latest developments in the Rita Jeptoo doping saga, Eugene and Doha’s bids for the 2019 World Championships and the worst marathoner cheater in the history of running.
Jason and Kevin review the New York City Marathon and discuss Wilson Kipsang’s sprint finish, Mary Keitany’s smart strategy, Nick Arciniaga’s bloody jersey, Lelisa Desisa’s wounded pride and another strong race by Meb Keflezigh.
The guys also review the ramification’s of Rita Jeptoo’s positive drug test, debate who the best men’s marathoner is in the world and read listener emails.