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Peter Abraham

by on Feb.22, 2010, under Archive, Running

cmrThe Honda LA Marathon has a new course and a new attitude. Peter Abraham came on to talk about about everything that will be happening over the March 20-21 weekend.

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Kara Goucher

by on Jan.19, 2010, under Archive, Running

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Kara Goucher was a 2008 Olympian at 10,000 meters where she took tenth in a personal best of 30:55. A few months later, she did her first ever marathon and took third in New York, the first American woman to make the podium there since 1994. In 2009 she took third in Boston where the top three were separated by a total of nine seconds. Later in the year she won the Rock ‘n’ Roll Chicago Half Marathon overall-the first PERSON to cross the line- in 1:08:05. GREAT interview.

 

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Dathan Ritzenhein

by on Jan.18, 2010, under Archive, Running

cmrDathan Ritzenhein is a runner on a roll. In 2009 he set personal records at 5,000 (12:56.27), 10,000 (27:22.28), the half marathon (1:00:00) and the marathon (2:10:00). His 5K PR also happened to be the fastest 5000 in American history. Dathan came on a few days after celebrating his 27th birthday. Besides being a great runner, Dathan was also a blast to chat with.

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Charlie Engle – Part 2

by on Dec.08, 2009, under Archive, cycling, Running

cmrPart 2 of the Charlie Engle Interview: Charlie Engle went from a life of drugs to life as an endurance animal. Now 47, he has completed everything from the Raid Gauloises to the Ironman to Badwater to the Furnace Creek 508. For the documentary film Running the Sahara, he and his teammates ran 4,500 miles across the Sahara Desert in 111 days averaging over 40 miles a day. Hey, when was the last time you took only two showers in 111 days?

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Charlie Engle

by on Dec.08, 2009, under Archive, cycling, Running

cmrCharlie Engle went from a life of drugs to life as an endurance animal. Now 47, he has completed everything from the Raid Gauloises to the Ironman to Badwater to the Furnace Creek 508. For the documentary film Running the Sahara, he and his teammates ran 4,500 miles across the Sahara Desert in 111 days averaging over 40 miles a day. Hey, when was the last time you took only two showers in 111 days?

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Meb Keflezighi

by on Dec.08, 2009, under Archive, Running

cmrFresh off his New York City Marathon victory, Meb Keflezighi came in studio to chat about coming to America at the age of 12, discovering running, his Olympic Silver in 2004, and the whirlwind his life has become since winning New York.

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Chris Lieto

by on Dec.01, 2009, under Archive, cycling, Ironman, Road to Kona, Running, triathlon

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Chris Lieto had the race of his life at the 2009 Ford Ironman World Championship, led for the better part of the day, but ended up second to a fast closing Craig Alexander. He came on to discuss his thoughts on the race and the improvements in his running that came from spending six weeks in Mammoth training with Ryan Hall, Deena Kastor, Josh Cox and New York City Marathon champion Meb Kelflezighi.

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Scott Kyle

by on Aug.30, 2009, under Running

cmrScott Kyle is a long time triathlete who decided to create an entire festival of fun in downtown La Jolla, California. It’s called the Coastwise Mile and it includes everything from a mile with your dog or pushing the Baby Jogger to a 5K.

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