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Why We Loved Euros, Keira D'Amato Is Going to Berlin, & Chris Derrick Retires

1 month ago

Show notes:

On this week’s podcast, we talk about the 2022 European Champs, why track is more popular in Europe than the US, the 2022 Falmouth Road Race, Keira D’Amato’s American record attempt in Berlin, Chris Derrick’s retirement, Chris Derrick's views on the Shelby Houlihan case and more. Along the way, we talk about Wejo racing in the 2003 Pan Am Games and Rojo apologizes to Marcell Jacobs.

  • Time Stamps
  • 0-16 Intro and Euro Talk
  • 16:52 - What do we want to see from Jakob Ingebrigtsen the rest of the year.
  • 23:30 Jonathan says Femke Bol is his athlete of the week and we contrast her with Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone
  • 26:00 - Di you know Euros got amazing tv ratings?
  • 32:30 Rojo apologizes to Marcell Jacobs and raves about him
  • 39:20 - Falmouth Road Race/Keira D'Amato wants the American record. Why is she going for it in Berlin and not Chicago?
  • 55:30 Chris Derrick has retired.
  • 68:00 We get you ready for Lausanne DL
  • 74:54 Our dreams become reality segment. Meet Zerei Mezngi.
  • 79:30 - Are the new Worlds standards too tough?

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