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Join Dave Jankowski and his weekly guests to gain entertaining insights into running and racing. Your opportunity to hear from the experts without leaving the comfort of your couch with the added motivation to get up and run after!

Monday, Dave hosts a new guest from across the running industry including current pros, shoe gurus, top coaches, race directors, and much more.

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Ryan's back from the Czech Republic and gearing up for 2021. Find out what his training has looked like the past 6 months and his plans for 2021. 
This week, I am joined by Matt Llano the 17th fastest half marathoner in U.S. history and 2:12 marathoner. In this episode we cover the full Matt Llano story, from humble beginnings with his high school teammate Matt Centrowitz (2016 Gold medalist) to his journey to Dark Sky Distance by Under Armour. Matt is one of the first professional distance runners to publicly come out as gay in 2013 and was featured in Matt Fitzgerald's book, "Running the Dream." Matt is also well-known for his excellent diet and helped taste test many recipes in Olympic Bronze medalist, Shalane Flanagan's running cookbook. For more on Matt, follow him on IG @mattllano or Dark Sky Distance @dark_sky_distance. For more dietary resources, check out the following linksRun Fast. Eat Slow.: Nourishing Recipes for Athletes: A Cookbook by Shalane FlanaganThe Endurance Diet: Discover the 5 Core Habits of the Worlds Greatest Athletes to Look, Feel, and Perform Better by Matt FitzgeraldRacing Weight: How to Get Lean for Peak Performance (The Racing Weight Series) by Matt Fitzgerald
This week I am joined by Harrison Crum of the Crummy Marathoners and host of the Marathon Training for Beginners podcast. Harrison started running as a way to honor his mother after her untimely passing. During the process, he discovered a new passion. Check out this episode to learn more about Harrison's journey as well as his podcast Marathon Training for Beginners, where he and his wife share their marathon advice and questions for runner who are just getting into the sport. Check them our on their web page www.crummymarathoners.com or on instagram (@crummymarathoners)
Joanna Thompson recently decided to move from U.S. Olympic Development Team, ZAP Endurance, in North Carolina to New York City to pursue a Master's degree in Journalism. Far from retiring, Joanna is ready for a shift in training and scenery as she discusses the move from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the hustle and bustle of Manhattan.  Check out this episode for more on Joanna and her journey to NYC. For more on ZAP Endurance, visit ZAP's web page (https://zapendurance.com/) For more on Joanna, check out her Instagram (@jojofoshosho0)
Stephen Haas is a jack of all trades in the running world. A former professional runner turned sports agent and now coach of the newest U.S. Olympic Development team, Dark Sky Distance by Under Armour.In this episode, Stephen provides some insight into the Dark Sky team and what to look out for in the coming year. For more on Dark Sky Distance, check out their social media pages below. Instagram @dark_sky_distance Twitter @darkskydistance
This week I am joined by Thomas Morgan, a man of many hats in the running community. Thomas is the buyer for a running specialty store in Bend, OR as well as a local race director, accomplished coach, and former pro runner. Check out this episode to learn a bit more about planning a race during a pandemic, the running retail experience, general shoe knowledge, and good tips for your next shoe. 
This week I am joined by Georgia Porter, the 28th place finisher at the 2020 US Olympic Marathon Trials. Getting a later start in running, Georgia began her journey to the Olympic Trials at the age of 24, before earning a collegiate scholarship and multiple All American honors at Western Colorado University. She is currently the co-owner of the Physio Shop in Flagstaff, AZ where she works as a certified physical trainer. Check out this episode to learn more about Georgia's journey from high school thrower to Olympic hopeful, as well as some advice for your functional fitness from a certified trainer at the Physio Shop in Flagstaff, AZ. For more on Georgia, check out her instagram (@georgiaadventure) as well as the Physio Shop in Flagstaff. 
This week I am joined by Peter Wood PhD, who is running for local office in the Adams Morgan neighborhood of Washington, D.C. Peter is an accomplished runner, who is consistently searching for ways to improve his community. In this episode, Peter discusses the intersection between running and politics as well as some ideas to promote more fitness friendly spaces in our own communities. To learn more about Peter and his campaign, check out his web page www.pdawood.com. 
Breanna Sieracki and her teammates at Minnesota Distance Elite will face off against 6 other U.S. Olympic Development Teams this week at the first U.S. Ekiden relay race in Michigan. Breanna joins me this week to help us understand the race and history of the Ekiden as well as a background on the Minnesota Distance Elite team. If you want to watch the Ekiden live, check out the Hansons Running Shop Facebook page at 10am (EST) on Wednesday, Oct 21. 
NCAA National Champion Sinclaire Johnson discusses her decision to move to Portland, Oregon and join the Bowerman Track Club (BTC). Fresh off the moving van, Sinclaire talks about her first week in Portland and her plan moving into the U.S. Trials and Tokyo Olympic Games. For more on the Bowerman Track Club and the Women's star-studded team, click here. 
PART 2 of my discussion with Anthony "Fam" Famiglietti, the two-time Olympian and current world record holder for the mile and two-mile race on a treadmill.After an illustrious career, making 3 World Championship teams and 2 Olympic Teams, Fam slipped out of the distancing running limelight for a few years. However, in 2019 he burst back onto the scene running a sub-4 mile on a North Carolina greenway with a local dog. Following this feat, he broke the one and two-mile world records on a treadmill running 3:55 and 8:24 respectively. With training ramping up, he looked like a potential contender for a slot at the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2020 before COVID hit.Check out our conversation to learn more about how to cultivate and maintain a positive mindset that can help you achieve your goals.For more on Fam, check out his company, Reckless Running and his treadmill world records (mile and two-mile). 
This week Dave sits down with Ben Rosario, the head coach and co-founder of Northern Arizona Elite (NAZ Elite). NAZ Elite is one of the premier Olympic Development programs in the United States.Ben Rosario has been a fixture in the U.S. running community for nearly two decades, first as an NCAA All-American and professional runner, then as special events director for the GO! St. Louis Marathon, before co-founding the Big River Running Company. In January of 2014, Ben and his wife, Jen, established Northern Arizona Elite in Flagstaff, AZ. Over six successful years, the program continues to innovate and expand. Perhaps most notably, NAZ Elite had 5 athletes finish in the top 20 at the US Marathon Olympic Trials, including the women's national champion, Aliphine Tuliamuk.Check out this week's episode for more information on the NAZ Elite team, their athletes, and some useful advice on drills, weight training, and running that you can incorporate into your own training regime. For more information on Hoka One One NAZ Elite, check out their web page (NAZelite.com) or follow them on Twitter and Instagram @NAZ_Elite. You can also follow Ben on Twitter @BenRosario1. For coaches interested in the Assistant position, check out NAZ Elite's careers page.
This week was a hectic one. After spending more than 10 days covered in a cloud of toxic smoke from the wildfires raging across the Pacific Northwest in the United States. So, what does wildfire smoke mean for running, training, and... well, living? Check out this episode to find out. 
Join my conversation with Matt Fitzgerald renown journalist and author of 20 endurance-related books. In this week's episode, Matt and I discuss his new book, "Running the Dream" and his time training in Flagstaff, AZ with Northern Arizona Elite. Matt is an award-winning endurance sports journalist and bestselling author of more than 20, including his most recent book, Running the Dream that was release in May of 2020.  Matt regularly appears in national publications including Men's Journal, Outside, Competitor, and Women's Running. An experienced running and triathlon coach and certified sports nutritionist, Matt also operates his own training and coaching service 80/20 Endurance. For more about Matt check out his Amazon profile and his coaching web page (8020endurance.com). Or check out his newest title Running the Dream. 
Check out this week's episode with coaches Michael and Sarah Crouch were we discuss their Go RUN Vacations, altitude training, running while pregnant and much more. Michael and Sarah are a distance running powerhouse couple, with multiple national championships between them and a long list of successful athletes under their coaching belts. For more on Michael and Sarah check out their coaching web page with McKirdy Trained and their Go RUN Vacations. 
This week, I had the opportunity to chat with Anthony "Fam" Famiglietti, the two-time Olympian and current world record holder for the mile and two-mile race on a treadmill. After an illustrious career, making 3 World Championship teams and 2 Olympic Teams, Fam slipped out of the distancing running limelight for a few years. However, in 2019 he burst back onto the scene running a sub-4 mile on a North Carolina greenway with a local dog. Following this feat, he broke the one and two-mile world records on a treadmill running 3:55 and 8:24 respectively. With training ramping up, he looked like a potential contender for a slot at the U.S. Olympic Trials in 2020 before COVID hit. Check out our conversation to learn more about why Fam took a break from running, what led him to the treadmill, and how he stays motivated. This conversation went a bit longer than expected, so it will come in two parts. This is Part 1.For more on Fam, check out his company, Reckless Running and his treadmill world records (mile and two-mile). 
This week I am joined by Sean Hartnett, the  Geography Professor who has become one of the more renowned professors in the sport. Sean began his career as a running journalist and college professor before combining his skills in a unique way that would change the way runners consider and utilize data. His work has led some of the greatest runners in world history to seek his guidance including Paul Tergat, Haile Gebrsalassie, and Eliud Kipchoge. Sean has helped meet directors across the world develop elevation profiles and improve the flow of their courses. His work with Helmut Technology introduced the race timing system, that is now a mainstay of any world class marathon. Check out our conversation to learn more about Sean's work and some entertaining stories from the world's greatest runners. For more on Sean, check out his web page.  
Check out this week's discussion with Jackson Thomas, the fastest Native runner in the United States. Jackson is a 5x National Champion, 4-flat miler, and 1:03 half marathoner who is aiming for a spot at the 2021 Olympic Trials in the 5k. A member of the Navajo Nation, Jackson talks about some of the unique challenges for Native athletes as well as ways that he challenges himself to maintain a positive mindset.For more on Jackson check out his Facebook page belowFacebookWings of America
Join this week's discussion with Dave Smith, Director of Men's and Women's XC and Track at Oklahoma State University. Coach Smith has been nominated Big XII XC Coach of the Year 10 times, and has lead 3 of his teams to NCAA DI National Championships in XC. At the individual level, he has coached 8 National Champions, 160 All Americans, and 136 Big XII Champions. In this episode, Coach Smith discusses training strategies that any runner can use to improve, helpful advice for athletes who are hoping to make the jump to the collegiate level, and the inside story behind OK State's $24M cross country course.For more on Dave Smith, the OK State Program, and the new XC Course check out these links. 
This week, I am joined by Dan Watts, the operations manager of the London Marathon and integral part of the successful sub-2 hour marathon attempt in Vienna (INEOS 1:59 Challenge).Dan provides a behind the scenes look at the world's most popular marathon, the London Marathon, and describes a few interesting tidbits from his work on the 2012 London Olympic Games and the INEOS 1:59 Challenge. Learn how Dan helped pave the way for Eliud Kipchoge's blazing 1:59:40 marathon in Vienna. For more on about Dan's work check out the links belowLondon MarathonINEOS 1:59 Challenge (full video) 
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