Episode 302: Legal Eagle

Jason and Kevin discuss the legendary workout of Genzebe Dibaba, Jenn Suhr’s world record and some preliminary thoughts on the Olympic Marathon trials. Then, the guys are joined by Martin Bingisser who shares his opinion on a host of legal issues in the running world including:
-Nick Symmonds’s company suing the USATF and USOC over logo restrictions
-Two men bringing a case against the New York Road Runners challenging the lottery system used for the New York City Marathon
-UKA’s proposed athlete anti-doping contract
Also, Martin opines on the idea of athlete reparations, the IAAF investigation and the exceedingly high standards that are needed to qualify for the Olympics and World Championships.
Show Notes
-Our sponsor for this episode is Jabra, maker of wireless earbuds. Visit their website to get product discounts and exclusive offers!
-Martin Bingisser’s website and Twitter page
-The endurance section of Martin’s website
-Symmonds/USOC/USATF lawsuit
-UKA proposing lifetime bans
-NYRR lawsuit
-Athlete reparations for those impacted by dopers
-Dibaba’s workout
-Our iTunes page
-Voicemail line:  206-208-9935
-Support the show by visiting our Patreon page
-House of Run Strava page

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