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British Olympic Medallist Josh Kerr On The Importance Of Lofty Goals

In a recent conversation for the Sweat Elite Podcast we were joined by Scottish middle-distance talent Josh Kerr. The Tokyo Olympic bronze medallist in the 1500m joined us on the podcast to discuss his life on and off the track, as well as the power of mindset for achieving big goals.

Pat Tiernan – From Toowoomba to Tokyo

Pat Tiernan – From Toowoomba to Tokyo Article by Tait Hearps After a recent PB of 60:55 at Houston Half Marathon, as well as an exciting move to Puma’s new elite team, Australian Olympian Pat Tiernan sat down with us to discuss his journey in athletics over the...

British Olympian Marc Scott on training with Bowerman Track Club

British Olympian Marc Scott on Training with Bowerman Track Club Article by Tait Hearps Marc Scott is a British Olympian who runs for Nike and Bowerman Track Club. His PBs include 13:05 for 5,000, 27:12 for 10,000 – a time which places him second on the UK all-time...

A Glimpse into Life in a Kenyan Training Camp with Coach Peter Bii

A Glimpse into Life in a Kenyan Training Camp with Coach Peter Bii Article by Tait Hearps Every year superbly talented runners come out of Kenya and demolish fields in races on the world stage. Their domination of the roads has only been paralleled by Ethiopians in...
Frank Shorter – Training Insights

Frank Shorter – Training Insights

Frank’s reasoning for doing such fast workouts relative to race pace (especially when racing the marathon) was that in his mind, the greater the delta between training pace and race pace, the more comfortable and therefore sustainable running at that race pace becomes. Once he was feeling more comfortable running these workouts and was happy with how fast they were, he would begin to shorten recovery rather than increasing the pace of intervals.

Galen Rupp On Tight Turnarounds, Consistency And Training

Galen Rupp On Tight Turnarounds, Consistency And Training

Some may see Chicago as an interesting choice given Rupp competed in the Olympic marathon a mere nine weeks prior. However, Chicago holds a special place in Galen’s heart – he grew up visiting family there often, and in 2017 he was the first American to win Chicago marathon since Khalid Kannouchi in 2002. Despite the tight turnaround from Sapporo to Chicago Galen says that the training leading up to this race was some of the best of his life – much better than leading into the Olympics where he was disappointed with an eighth place finish.

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