Episode 286: Absolute Speed

Jason and Kevin discuss the results of the Chicago Marathon and touch on a few of the key story lines of Sunday’s competition:

-Should the race remain free of pacesetters?
-Is Dickson Chumba now a threat to beat Wilson Kipsang and Eliud Kipchoge?
-Why did the women run faster than last year?
-Is Luke Puskedra the hope for America’s marathoning future?
-Can Deena Kastor qualify for the Olympics?

The guys also chat about Mary Cain’s move back to New York, Usain Bolt’s completely reasonable quest to break 19 seconds in the 200m, Trayvon Bromell turning professional and the history of sprinters stealing bases.

Show Notes
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One response to “Episode 286: Absolute Speed

  1. Hi Guys:
    I haven’t been sending you any emails or voice mails and don’t do Twitter. But I wanted this to accompany the donation I recently sent you. I have enjoyed you podcast a lot and you really increased my enjoyment of the 2015 outdoor track season! So thanks again, here’s some early Christmas cash or late diaper cash. Rob