The Marathon Show

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A show about and for marathon runners. Hear from other marathon runners, race directors, medical professionals and suppliers about running marathons. We feature segments dedicated to upcoming races, training programs, equipment and stories about how the marathon has changed people's lives.

On-Demand Episodes

Listen in and hear our 3 runners talk about their favorite training route, two marathons they want to run, including The Great Wall, Venice and a Solar Eclipe Marathon in Austraila, and what foods they crave after a race, plus a discussion... more

The things you want to ask your favorite professional at your local running store. Eric Sach of The Balanced Athlete, Renton, WA, answers questions about orthotics, nutrition, the importance of a proper fit in your running shoes, and he... more

The 2012 Olympic Marathon qualifying race is in Houston in January 2012. Wade Morehead, executive director of the race was a guest on the show. Wade talks about the 3 loop course, the size of the field, men and women running together... more

Dr. Bill Pierce, co-author of "Run Less Run Faster," talks about using cross-training to improve running times, common causes of running injuries and counsels Joe on his heart rate monitor, plus much more. Very insightful stuff.

Nationally syndicated talk show host, Rusty Humphries is the guest. Rusty, the runner, talks about his journey into running and his goals. He gets advice from some of The Marathon Show's favorite people and he plays clips from Jillian... more

Marathon Show guest and nationally syndicated talk show host, Rusty Humprhies, turns the table on The Marathon Show host, Joe Taricani. Rusty will talk with Joe about about his journey into running, how The Marathon Show got started and... more

Leah Thorvilson has been winning marathons for a few years and now she's qualified for the 2012 Olympic Trials. Leah talks about her Olympic dream, a fierce race in Green Bay, how to bounce back from a bad race, and how to have... more

What tempo, hill or track workouts work for you? What does the finish line symbolize to you? Shoe buying - the good, the bad, the ugly. Join panelists Betsy Rogers, Ann Scholl and Scott Dahl discuss these topics and more.

Karla Bruning is the sport editor of the Washington Times Communities. Listen in as she talks about the running status of many elite marathon runners, how to be a successful blogger and her coverage of the Olympics, plus much more.

Among other things, you'll hear about how Gu makes you perform better, why Roctane is worth the money and you'll hear a gut-wrenching story about the woman's marathon in the Beijing Olympics. Christian Johnson, VP of Sales and... more

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