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Track Cocaine: Running content so intriguing, it's addictive.
Unfiltered news, one of a kind opinions, exclusive interviews, and viral trends wrapped up into one beautiful track & field/cross country/running podcast.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy some Track Cocaine.
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After taking a week off for the holiday, the boys are back with some more Track Cocaine. This weeks episode features some news/recap from the Canadian National Meet, news on the return of Mary Cain, and the continued hype over Shelby Houlihan. Trevor, Shay, and DB then interview track & field's biggest momma's boy Ben Flanagan from the University of Michigan. He talks about his most recent NCAA D1 national championship, tells some stories from his time at U of M, then explains why he loves Lil Peep.
Episode six of Track Cocaine features Shay and DB rotating times as co-hosts due to schedule differences. However, the trio does their thing as usual. Shay and Trevor recap the notable events from the weekend at USATF Outdoor Championships in Iowa including events like the 10,000m win by Lopez Lomong, the up and coming young sprinter in Noah Lyles, the return to the top by Matthew Centrowitz in the 1500m, Shelby Houlihan's new found dominance, and various other events. Trevor and DB then interview Woody Kincaid of the Bowerman Track Club. They ask what made him fall in love with the sport, why he chose to run for University of Portland, his summer training in Kenya, and what it's like running for BTC.
This week on Track Cocaine, the boys talk about the anti-doping bill presented to Congress and the Best Coach Award at the ESPYs (0:1:30). They then interview the most interesting runner in the world: Paul McMullen. Paul talks about his high school experience where he wanted to play football and then met his wife (0:6:55), running for Eastern Michigan University (0:15:15), the beginning parts of his pro career (0:19:11), running in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta (0:30:52), cutting off 2 toes in a lawnmower accident to only come back and run faster (0:32:29), breaking the Coast Guard mile and a half run record (0:43:43), his high speed car chase through Wyoming (0:47:44), and then gives some advice and tells the people what he is currently doing in life (1:01:37). The boys then preview what to watch for this week in meet action (1:08:07).
Episode four of Track Cocaine features only two of the three hosts. DB is on a fishing trip so Trevor and Shay take over the slack. The pair recaps the NCAA D1 National Championship and the insanity that took place in Eugene, OR at the soon to be demolished Hayward Field. They then interview Katie Nageotte who was the 2018 USA Indoor National Champion in the pole vault with a height of 16 feet, 1 inch. The boys talk to Katie about what it's like riding poles for a living, ask about her college experience at Ashland, learn the inner workings of the pole vault community, and find out how pole vaulters travel with their poles.
Episode three of Track Cocaine features a recap of the week as usual including the Rome Diamond League meet and the Tokyo 2020 marathon course reveal. The boys talk about Usain Bolt playing professional soccer and a potential Galen Rupp vs Mo Farah showdown at the Chicago Marathon this Fall. Lastly, Erik Reichenbach from Survivor comes on as a special guest to talk about his cross country/track background, his time on the show, pitch a running reality TV show idea, and promote his new comic book. Link to the comic book: https://m.comixology.com/Last-Monster-Standing-Vol-1-Big-In-Japan/comics-series/115246
Episode two of Track Cocaine features a recap of the big track & field weekend including collegiate meets and the Prefontaine Classic. The boys talk about some interesting potential "urban track meets" coming to New Zealand and Shay tells the story of his marathon experience from Memorial Day Weekend. Lastly, Andrew Middleton comes on as a special guest to talk about his high school training and philosophies which won him a D1 state championship, a Midwest Meet of Champions runner-up finish, and made him one of the biggest track & field names to ever come out of Michigan.
The first official episode of Track Cocaine features unfiltered recent track & field news, an exclusive interview with Donavan Brazier, and predictions for the big upcoming weekend in collegiate track & field.
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