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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:37 min | Last month

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Made improvements beyond why i would say perhaps the time that target lisette myself is is is that it was slack to adjust it with that massive goal creep know wool. Of course the other turned his things haven't gone quite to plan. And not where you want it to be. Then you might have to do a little bit so searching about what you want to achieve over the next four weeks because you can also this point you can smash your head repeatedly against the the road and you know you don't make any progress. A napkin jeopardize even doing the run. So it's a really important time actually seven weeks ago these three or four weeks you're back to deliver on can can impact you run. I think we'll say f. My experience i think especially if you've been used to running medicines for number of years you've got some endurance background. You've got you've been doing it for while i've she made some really good gains in this or block especially so from eight weeks to maybe four weeks ago like you say it is actually quite an important time this time and you can you. Can you com muffins. Often you can eat colle- made you can do too much and overcook it but this time but equally slightly behind you can make some gains in these next few the last three weeks. No you only make it worse than premier itself. But this time you can you can make gains so yes just to be really mindful. I think is a good time lights. Eight check in and look back at what. You've done what you've got to do and make some decisions could luck of so this week Out of steph davies co op with her. Just a few days after the olympic marathon in sapporo issues. Fresh off the plane steph made her way through the field to finish thirty ninth and i out of the team. Gb contingent on her olympic women's marathon debut. Hey you enjoy listening to her story. And congratulations again from all of us..

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"steph davies" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

05:10 min | 2 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"Success rate of draft picks to think that they're gonna get two guys that are going to go ahead and play. But i think the other part of it is like when you look at how the lottery starts to shake out because i think at this point. It's it's cade. it's mobile your green an answer those earlier three guys. Maybe it suggs Four just i think it's mitchell or fra or franz wagner and right. There's looking either of those did scotty. Barnes feels like he's ahead of commingled now were can be was always the fifth name that i heard all season long Top-five commute top five going back to the beginning of the calendar year and it was always kamenga. It feels like barnes For stay is is ahead of kamenga so then you think okay so what can go sixth orlando so now. You're talking about for gold. No okay eighty six Excuse me five orlando. If they went barnes six commingle or whatever honestly committed. he's not taking kamanga. I it's not happening. I don't see it you don't that's kinda us down a blitz closure as hard as you can move. He might make all right. So that would put golden state at seven. So whenever i see like oh davian. He's ready and they're ready to go. I don't know that. Bob tires he. I don't look. If their evaluation david mitchell's that he's the seven best player in the draft. Their the go ahead and take him but when it's described as well he's more ready because he's older and they're of championship contender immediately. I don't think front office. Even with their situation would be saying. Hey let's take the lesser player. Just because of the schedule of our age of the roster. I don't i think that's when you start making mistakes. Especially the other thing is need with bad teams. But they're a good team. I don't i just bob myers. It would surprise me unless he likes debut on that much but it would surprise me. He's like hey there's two or three guys. I like more but will take avion because the run they just had in the tournament. We think he fits in and he's going to catch up to our guys quicker. I i think that's something a lesser. Gm can you can make the extended case beyond what you just said. Form sure just just roster fit. I actually think he's the perfect guy to play with steph davies. He's not he's not an offensively he's not your point guard. He's distributors plan off the ball right. But you want stepped out of the ball steph and dream on you. Want the offense to run through those guys. You don't want his position to be the guy who's saying the ball but defensively you need him to guard. Lillard and jamal murray name any garden. That's what he can do on the defensive end. Because i know he measured at six feet but to me. That's like i think that's actually pretty good. I think in the league that we have now. You need a guy who can guard other teams point guards. Who can go. Chris paul one night day mirrored the next nine all the way through and the worst never really had that. They've always had that like klay thompson. You know guarding small guys and shit like that. I think you could play him with clay and staff and then you have draymond and then that shows file your so but that's fifth spot becomes kind of that. That four was size. Maybe it's wise. Maybe wise can be fifth guy with that team. Maybe it's a smart team where you have like a four was subsizes. I i don't know. It may be the four with the sizes. The next guy who draft but i. I like him with curry. Is my point. Wise mood half to develop into a center. You're keeping on the floor from you. Know what were both still harms been covered. But that's still a lot to ask for team is going to be playing in the playoffs. We think mitchell is gonna be shoot threes right away right all right. That's the other part of it. Depends on who you ask like in. He measured six without shoes. They were supposed to change. This were forever all of the high heights. Is you know this are. Nba heights with with shoes on and then they decided they were going to stop doing that so i think he's six feet without shoes so as nba height based on the old standard would have been like six and a half. His wingspan was not crazy. You know that's why when you look at guys like harden and you're like why is hard so good again you're like oh the wingspan of seven. Footer reggie jackson wingspan of a nine footer. Exactly in the attitude of a ten footer. Right although i've met a ton of those guys There's there's another argument again. I was talking to somebody else the other day and they were giving me the anti on argument. You're like small wings small. He's not a first step guy finishes below the rim. I pushed back a little bit on that even though he finished below the rim. He has all the awkward. Finish the wrong the show at bring it back. Finish the other side like he's figured out how to finish at least in colleges small player but this is the part that brings it up like i don't like in. This is not my quote but somebody was talking to saying. I don't like fluke shooters so's ago so you think his because if you go through it. He was like below thirty right at thirty percent at auburn. And then he's in the low forties and you know it sounds as if it was already season right had made up their mind on davian and so they continue to talk themselves into not liking him. Are you think franz wagner for them little wagner action. Six foot really uter skilled guy. Yeah yeah could be very worriers. -i so let's let's talk this out. Wiseman draymond wagner curry and.

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:06 min | 6 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"You watch the whole event on friday did today. I did and y- being that. We had tom join us a couple of weeks previously talking about the complications around the streaming and pool. Like little bit of to tom before. We actually get into the show to the racing because when he joined us a few months ago he said i'm going to put this thing on and he did it didn't he actually At least minor he yes he did he pulled it off for for what was a relatively small number of athletes. You know when we see so many big races and things going on the intentions are to you know take entry fees and that and the other for this one. It was smooth fields in both the men's women's with a single intention of running the olympic qualifying time which brilliantly. But chris thompson and steph davies. Date i mean i was. It was fantastic. She because i was watching them on. The treadmill was so inspiring. I missed the walks. 'cause they weren't earlier but i got straight onto the to the maratha. And like you say. I think that being the had been some doubts may be about the cool about You know just the timing of the race excetera but actually looking at looking at the results in king tashi steph davies on the people the race. It seems like it when it was definitely a success and everyone really enjoyed it and some people can't have some phenomenal times especially the women and the men on shore the an ngo tesla bit more nor is it but it was fantastic. Watching the coverage was great. As well was really good to actually be able to see british rama's g king out absolutely ryan in tokyo spoke about this previously on the show. Sometimes that elite domestic top level racing gets lost when the race is consumed by another race. You if you're watching a race within a race whereas we were really able to focus on the brakes race and the top contenders in change. So yeah it made for just before we bring in jian actually may fantastic viewing because laps were taken off. a little. Bit of interest will talk a little bit more. A thomas in steph steph davies run in particular at now but the way for me the absolute highlight there were two but the absolute highlight was tomatoes. Last one hundred meters when you saw him run towards the tape and on his face. Yeah you could just see. It can unique crossed the line just before he got about twenty meters before he crossed the light inside the olympic qualifying time. You know running. I think to ted end what he run to ten african to ten fifty to ten fifty new. I think you choose chicken. Fifty multi seconds. I think inside forty seconds inside the olympic qualifying time just five days after the birth of his son. Theo and just about a month or show three weeks before he turns forty. You could see 'em light shouting and crossing the line an incredible show of emotion and then that was followed up with the second most brilliant thing which is post to. Isn't it enough that it was just amazing to see like. I've lost a love a little bit for elite running to be honest in the last few years and this reignited a passionate. So thanks bedford. Thanks chris thompson. And thanks chris davies and everybody else who who ran but to tell us about it what it was like on the day what we chat to and gender is welcome to the show. Hi there al. Thank you for having me so you were there. You were dine that what was it like. Yeah it was..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:48 min | 6 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"There's there's going to be a lot dropouts here as well because if people aren't having a you know people will be dropping now you know it's not like you know you might remember it but you know a lot of a lot of elite. Athletes would drop out at tower bridge and every hour. Hotel is next to it sort of thing. Well if you're not having a good day for whatever reason there'll be a lot of you got twelve opportunities to stop and so there's you know there will be a lot of dropouts you know and it will be in full as you can get full people on these past there as well. Is it going to be convenient on that thing there but all all our team will be working with the athletes to make sure that you know just like an attract race. They will move out to probably the left hand side to allow the train to pass on the inside. So i've not worries about that again. What you're going to lose from that is what you're gonna gain from having cherry blossom trees and you know five thousand bush's gardens protecting them from winds we've even got. Every athlete has one so when not actually going to tables a for the drink station there plus ones will be handing drinks the athletes. So again i think about all the seconds that people might lose out from that But we'll have the ability for the for them to be passed it posits than hunk stations and like children fifty meters so yes. We got loads of things there. So when looking forward to let's call it. Let's call the women's so unbecoming with she's not doing it. It's going to take quite a lot to knock her off that spot record. So what are we. Give gonna stick with my debutante charlotte arter and then i'm gonna coming with steph. Davies surprise seven. she's already got time So all she's got dues race..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:03 min | 6 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Think let's see what he does if he's not injured. Its debut where by wildcard. I'm gonna go with definitely with ben and i'm actually gonna took in just josh griffiths to me as well because a think- to run to in london last year and i'm pretty sure he said after eight had a bad day and sold it takes is just a good day and we know he contained on. So i'm gonna go bend and josh from my tapes eleven level. It'll ring though in the. Oh toronto thome evans. In told has to twenty-six marathon so on paper you would go. Maybe not actually iran sixty three fourteen at the two thousand twenty at world half marathon championships and tom knows have to bang at the miles and he also knows had to put himself in place on a cool like that one. He ran the european country championships. I think now improving either five k. All the time you never know now she can hold it together. As far as you said. First half and false oat sure if he can still meet himself in the middle Yeah it'd be pretty amazing. That i don't know gone personally. I personally Scientists to say well again. The coaches two separate coaches of sesame that they jewelry the most so so let's see if his buddies covering up. Apparently it's funny nowadays modern modern athletics. One of the coaches said. He's been doing a lot of instagram ing. So training and even more without any pre racist to go into well. We're going to judge you. Know how many how many likes on instagram. Laura to show fall so yeah on. The go of jewelry knows the hugh gardens. Save the richmond Tanguy win a full-time you want all marathon there as well. So maybe it's maybe it's his home course i guess so So maybe maybe there's a bit of a you know. A few seconds gained from that as well as going to be exciting in in women's another debutante charter sixty nine. Forty half half-marathon. Pb not done american before park gratin smasher but also in field in the field. You've got a charlie. Perdue course ran two twenty five in london in twenty nine teen lilly. Partridge who ran two twenty nine in london in twenty eighteen in both of those established matheny contenders and then a new comma. Sarah english breakthrough to twenty nine forty one. In december twenty twenty one of the few people to have actually backed american performance. has the qualifying time and ran seventy twenty full for a half marathon also. You've got natasha. To thirty forty nine and steph davies two thousand seven fourty also ran seventy one fifteen half in twenty twenty so is loaded. The women's race is is red hot. This is this. Is the exciting one. You know decided. It's a loss of the fan because actually this is the. This is the one that. I'm really excited. As set i can imagine saying including the pacemakers a group of ten guys in the first group for the marathon rice. And then maybe a couple of just second bit more conservatively than have a forward..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

Poker Stories Podcast

08:04 min | 10 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Poker Stories Podcast

"Hello and welcome to poker stories. A podcast brought to you by card player. The poker authority and hosted by me. Julio rodriguez this is episode number one hundred and five which means that. We are officially kicking off year number. Five of the poker podcast and we are kicking it off in style with. Michael schwimmer. now despite being a poker show. We've had some pretty great athletes on the podcast including greg mueller. Who played pro hockey in germany and jovita. Who played basketball for the portuguese. National team mike. Leah was a wrestler of vince. Van patten was a tennis standout and both steph davies and eric baldwin played. But none of these guys can touch michael schwimmer. Michael is from virginia where he was a standout athlete in three sports excelling in baseball and basketball. In fact he was so good. He was named player of the year and mvp over nba center. Roy hibbert when his team won the championship. He offers to play for both coach k. At duke and rick pitino at louisville but he ultimately chose to play baseball near his home at the university of virginia although he was drafted as a junior he decided to finish school and get his degree before being drafted by the philadelphia phillies. Michael spent three years in the minors before ultimately getting to live out his dream when he was called up to the majors in two thousand and eleven after his baseball career ended. He started a big league advance which is a company that Essentially bankrolls promising minor league prospects in exchange for a percentage of their future earnings. His second company jambos is now positioning itself for the rapidly expanding sports betting market. But why did i ask a former major league. Baseball pitcher turn sports betting. Ceo to come on the podcast. Well that's because michael will be playing in the very first episode of the high stakes poker reboot coming to you. This december two poker go as it turns out. Michael has been playing quite a bit of high stakes poker of the years Which we will get into during this podcast. Anyway that's enough intro. Here's my conversation with michael schwimmer. I'm here with the one. And only michael scheuer how you doing michael. I'm doing great how you doing today. Julia great you know just a learning more about you. The the star of the upcoming premiere episode of high stakes poker. That's got a nice screen to it right. It's so funny that you said that. But yeah i have not heard anyone say in that term before but some other guys other guys there. We'll get to that. We'll get to that and how you found your way onto that show But i want to go back to the beginning. Because you're a very unique guest for this podcast. Normally we have a bunch of poker degenerates on here but You have a much different background. Having played in the major leagues. that's crazy. i professional athlete. We've had on sorry poker players. They don't count. Let's talk about Growing up in fairfax virginia. Because you are basically like the most gifted athlete of all time to come out of that area right. it's crazy. I was reading through your wikipedia. Page in the list of accolades is an outstanding. While i appreciate that. I can tell you with certainty that i not. The most. Gifted athletes come out of the northern virginia area. But i do appreciate the compliment Know growing up in in that area. There's it's actually pretty pretty good hotbed for basketball. Baseball actually turned into lacrosse but You know that's the no one hears about the cross anymore. I feel like so I i've always been a sports guy and a math guy kinda growing growing up sports. Where's my dream always wanted to be a major league pitcher and was fortunate to sort of work my way to get there. So you're for those who don't have the visual six eight to forty. Is that fair. that's exactly right. i've been to forty. I know what that feels like. Six zero six eight Not quite where you always a big guy or was this a late bloomer situation. Did you just know early on. You're just going to be the dominating kid on the field. Well i was born two feet tall. So i started from birth. Yeah so. I've always been taller than everybody. Sort of at every stage You know my life and got to the point. Hit hit a pretty big grossberg. I think it was like six inches in a summer. I grew from eleven to twelve. And so that really kind of catapulted me. To sort of a different level has thing. I started high school about six five six six and then ended up at six eight and that was about it. I mean were they like putting you in special leagues. Because you wake up on the on the little kids i mean i have to imagine it was a lot of unfairness in your matches in one thing that i think my dad did a great job with and i think a lot of parents don't do this anymore. They want their kid. Always be the best on the team. And all that and i was pretty good athlete at a young age and so he got me into playing with all the older kids the best and it really yes. I was like eight playing with a ten eleven year olds and nine playing with eleven twelve year olds and so being part of teams. Like that like in basketball. Sometimes coming off the bench even right Instead of being the best player for eight years old really helped me see where. I wanted to go and helped me develop my game and really helped me. You know work harder. I'm an extremely competitive person. Like extreme as it as it gets and so the best way to motivate competitive people like myself is to you know get in situations where you lose and you don't like losing so you work as hard as you possibly can to try to avoid that happening again and so you know with my dad consistently putting me in leagues and teams with people older than me That was really really helpful to my development. Did you have a focus. The of a favorite growing up. Or i mean. I know that you played at all three sports in high school and renamed sportsman of the year in virginia. Yes i My dad was more basketball. Focus than anything. I loved basketball. And this is probably my favorite sport at the time. But it was really. It was really probably the hardest decision in my life in highschool deciding whether or not to pursue baseball or basketball in college and You know ultimately a much do what i do. Whatever decision and break it down. Mathematically and logically weigh the pros and cons risk reward and decided that at the time. I was much much better basketball player than i was baseball player and got a lot better looks in colleges from pretty much go sort of wherever i wanted in basketball but for baseball you know very few teams wanted me But for my calculations. It was something to where i was really close to this my ceiling in basketball so i was pretty much as good as i was going to be In baseball you know being six eight as a pitcher. Even though it wasn't very good at the time. I felt like i had a lot of room to grow. And and sort of my potential was a lot higher in baseball. I thought Than it was in basketball so ended up ended up choosing.

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

05:49 min | 10 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Know the women and and the amazing situation that the women are in that we're going into this rice were full women who've already got the qualifying time. Yeah you know so so we have it. I don't think in twenty twenty jess seki when to 2528 charlotte perdue to twenty five. Thirty eight steph. Twelve to twenty six forty steph davies to twenty seven forty all ran those qualifying times in twenty nine thousand nine but i think all of those athletes stay has been just been a little up and down in their form. I guess but if you if you want to change the policy regardless of it you literally saying two of them. Women who've just mentioned will missile and the person that will go some residents men the corner fines on so in order for you to change policy selection policy based on someone else's opinion. I literally means speaking to than goals and saying this. Someone's going to go a guy who has not been so british on in charge of british athletics. Okay in charge that we've you know we've gone hand to make sure that this global pandemic has. That's actually happened. That wigan going to step forward and offer the athletes trial rights you know. Would we normally get looking under normal circumstances in our again. That's all awful. We're we're we're trying to make sure these guys guaranteed and this is the other thing as well from an athey and this been who nineteen so it wasn't anywhere as great as an as these athletes that we're talking about but probably my myself in being one of these athletes so the right so i do know what i'm talking about With certain things we have had the athletes low on the twenty sixth of march that they have an opportunity to go to tokyo sheltered. It's flat if they want to for the ones that haven't got caught a fine time. I promise they've got the opportunity to run the false. If they concentrate about running false i kind. They have an opportunity to to do this on this course. Exactly i mean in this situation tone that that is we can only go with an an just to echo. Olympic selection standards for governing body fixed. Well in advance and you know to change them is unlikely and matic. We've seen examples of policies being contested in the past particularly in. In in truth. I remember a few years ago But typically always did this in her own career. You go you run to the standard you. Don't try and change the standard or the policy. You know what it is and it's your responsibility as an athlete to go faster than the qualifying time and to meet all the requirements that sets out in the policy. And if you do that correct then you can go if you don't do that then you're not going to go and it's pretty simple which cut.

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Obviously there'll be an issue it doesn't need to be bake you know. It doesn't need to be a crowd friendly particularly in this environment. In fact it needs to be less than those things doesn't it. It needs to be streamlined. And tightly controlled you know because for the event to go ahead. It's control of the environment which is going to be the most impact unfortunately It's not going to be an event like other events and athletes who wished to participate in. This probably need to get their head. Round that you know in an ideal world it would be amazing to have a big opportunity with spectators and crowds and and you know everything olympic trial. Should we know it should involve those things but the reality of where we're at is it is likely it will not involve those things and athletes have to start getting ahead around for the best of their ability for that kind of event that is difficult it is difficult and it has been quite. Few athletes who've spoken are already about that because You know the sang that it sir reason befalls schools but it but it really isn't and that's the problem is net with. We have certain athletes who already have the qualifying standard A couple of the guys with the sierra but we only have women that have qualifying standards from nastier and so therefore they need renita standard and then they got to hit the go. You don't have the standard you've got to achieve the standard and and place right. Cetacea selection partisan penalty clearly says the i team plays urge for like as in each individual's event will be automatically exit for the same event provided within the last one of the to find parents set out the athletes achieve at least one a qualifying standard and standard is like say two hundred thirty for the men We already have a couple of guys who have that. And then the two twenty nine thirty And we have. I think it's twelve Pudgy and jesper seki who we interviewed on our story steph davies who all cropped the times in two thousand nine hundred nineteen but they've had not been the most all of them about injuries this year So embarrassed with the guys have my firearm to five seven and come hawkins to eight. And johnny miller t ten and Ben conner will say round the qualified deneen in london and his api eight laps right. So that's right it's gonna it's gonna be a white either but doesn't need to be with this need to be doesn't the subtle. It doesn't need to be because you're not going to have thirty thirty athletes in the field and you're not gonna having together for very long together. Yeah so if they if they're waving them is the nation's on the as well as the problems while potentially but okay. Well i don't know the course but i can see a tweet. I'm just looking at the moment. From andy dot from andy hope. Oh who's a coach. Who will have. I imagine three or four athletes on this potential start line. He says this was just recently. Perfect sunny afternoon for a walk. In cubans with dave bedford. Now of course. Dave better known as the race director of the london marathon And i think richmond run fest is is actually his son. tom's And so you know if anybody knows if he's fast is dave and so walking. I mean there are a few others of course but walking ran to see whether or not a route is is suitable to cover a course in that time an echo suitable in so many ways there will be other events which will be flatter other potential causes..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

15:21 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"And also whilst also be day? Oh I had a fictitious Lost at least when I was speaking I was talking about running a business. Rubbing she's about running. Let me finish Teheran and let the face teams have gone live. They started coming out on international day on a six year. And actually I'm really proud of the fatalities and the and the group of Gall said it was a tennis. I should say Calls from all over Europe and had not shoot and he's about woman in the mall and had some filming Donna where only A six year in income stories talking about will run. Basically and so yeah. It's been some really nice to cross coming out all over this week Bristol nozzle EEK to me up with some of the girls. I've met on inside. This is really weird Ashley on Instagram. And who've actually following my one of my online programs and they asked if I paste them on one of the sessions that I'd sat so driven to pursue meets. We will never met each other. We did three by five cat north race with one cave recovery and then we got cake and because she lacked was really really good. It's so big shops them. Laura Victoria and Helen. Hello Victoria and Helen. You've got a busy week. You've been busy busy when I was age slipped into Little Sky News which will be taking place is what one of the great things that we pride ourselves on Maryland Talk? And maybe this is talking about. This isn't so he's a little bit of a lesson for holly the main thing we try and do American to holly is give other people. Avoid for the running. They're doing and that's really important for us. We do this little thing. Lynch the star well. We talked briefly about what the other has been up to in terms of running and we try to move on to the world of running and then we feature a really fascinating voice from the world of running and then we tie with something. Chatty and education like informative little bit lighthearted fun at the end of the show. At least I took about running. Should we move on? Let's move on. I think it's about time a big thing. She's those those listeners who have popped Patriot place there. I support for the show if you like running ramblings we'll put a link to Had support from Patriot on this week sheds and Exxon. We've got kids around the world. I love this that we now use all social media channels to share your amazing kids around the world. Fatos if you cou fighters toes if you showing few American kit in an interesting place or adult places like this while please do show on social media using the Hashtag cashback kids around the world maitree do tack at Marathon took and then we will choose favorites to read out on the show and the top mom is all very serious. Curry look at him. Scully runs with his Buffalo that was at the top of the hill. Wraps WAS NO MARTHA STEWART? Run Camp I am knowing more from the very bottom taking an olean clients. I plan to run all seem Hashtag. 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Let's say a next up is this you will be you. This is Stan. Unhappiness Happiness to. That's a great tack on that Troubles continue picture to classic black after completing the COP thrown half marathon in to Ruin Zealand. All beautiful hot hot and very dusty afraid event through the forest and trails in Wacko Wacko Wack rewire a struggling with this one of the media. I'm sorry everyone. He lives in Iraq Harare great atmosphere at the event of US race as engaged. Couple Tomas me to marry him on the Monday and I said yet brilliant. Congratulations Thomas Placements. Recovery stuck choice a boiled egg roll. Who doesn't like a boiled egg or something lovely so obviously the big tool the moment as the lots of races counselor virus which is obviously a really worrying time for everyone But it's just quite frustrating for people who have been looking for two races and training for lease marathons and half marathons a sashi sought to repair soft. I think last week week before which was cancelled and subsequently so many other races have been persuaded or cancelled so Rome. Marathon has been canceled. It hasn't been postponed And we also have Paris race was set to take place on. The fifth of April has now been stained. And it's been pushed back to October. The eighteenth obviously. There's lots of questions I've actually just heard as well that I think it's Cypress Marathon Association cancelled on behalf. So a lot of people out there I think to take a holiday inn and that's also been cancelled and then obviously the other thing which happened. That weekend was the big. Hof took part in a minute but that was the qualify for the Waldhof Championships in Thailand. Which was set to be on the twentieth of March again? This has been postponed until Genera table so much uncertainties and they're so much uncertainty and obviously that's big question marks over London as we've talked about Uneven Boston and we're just still waiting to hear I mean I guess the the thing I think is is the problem is I wish London. You sort of really WanNa know now. Don't you if it's happening? We all so as difficult as it is. My personal view is that we have to think much wider than our own. And I'm sure most people listening to this do anyway but so much wider than our own kind of athletic performance goal. You know. There's a significant public health risks. And you know that's changing day on day on day so you can kind of understand why it would be wrong to make a premature decision over mass gatherings in so so like mass gatherings I guess you know Could be sporting could be music. Could be anything where you know. Large groups of people get together in one place. Same time of course the issue of the major city marathon. Is it not so much? The participants as the full scale pressure on resources and infrastructure. That goes with that participation. So it's all of the people on the streets either watching it's all of the restaurant is all of the hotels ation. It's all the transportation exactly and you know. I think at some point public health England will announce Ask the appropriate strategy for dealing with mass participation events and actually it won't be done to individual events in no. It'll be a blanket policy decision to get through the next level of of management of outbreak. Which is difficult isn't it? You know it's so difficult to I mean. I think that's talk about has have put out there that it will be. Obviously they will take whatever. The government or public health will will suggest that they do but gas every day. I've had the radio day loss of the days and every day. It seems to be the Bulls seems to be movement creating momentum that has more things happening and so I think it's really important not to I mean we see colosio scaremongering and You know but also have to be rational and particularly with our running so prepare if if it was me I would be thinking to myself and it is. I am running. London and I am excited about running London. And I'm currently in a position where you know. I am still preparing in my own SMASHER WAY TO TO RUN. London but I'm also genuinely uncertain of whether London will be able to go ahead and I think that so shifting so rapidly in daily depending on the countrywide soup strategies for manor managing the corona virus. And that won't be won't be something that London. Marathon say okay. We decided to you know it'll be a decision. That all marathons in spring has taken out of the half to take you know and it's in the interest of wider public safety and wider public health and to reduce the spread of what for some people could be fatal. You know a fatal disease and I think to myself actually for majority of people running London there would be some risk to their health but actually I think what would the risks other people's health basically. I don't exactly I think the problem is with thinking about ourselves as runners but actually as you say is not that it's about the wider implications. And you know the the that it could cause it's not about the runners of such competing but yes I agree. I think that while I think we'll find out sooner or later if the next coming weeks what is going to happen the we can just yeah. I think the best thing is not to panic and assist the panic. Buying either won't amendment is just one of the things that runs a really good at. I would hope and particularly people that. Listen to this show because we've spent years talking about this is if you want to have a good run and you want to enjoy your running. Then you've got to focus on the things which which you can learn to master right and you can learn to master and control the training that you do and hopefully like again if you're trusting in process what you're doing you're running because you love it and you're not so performance outcome driven although you participation in a major city marathon in the spring is important. Imagine if it's you know taking ten years to get in you might not get any again and work with those London. Marathon mothers and for many of them. This is a once in a lifetime opportunity and you we have to see it in the wider picture of public health. The wider picture of increasing number of deaths per per day in the UK in the wider picture of the you know Italy struggling to contain the spread of the virus at its peak. And so anything that we can do to be advised around controlling that as a nation should be something that we actively support and we should be saying. Actually this is the authority. These are the decisions they've taken and we should respect. This is my personal view. We should respect those. We should respect those decisions and ultimately try and help save lives. I guess you know As a consequence of of the current virus as I said earlier the World Half Marathon Championships in Poland have actually been postponed until October And I am. I also put in mathematics weekly the only last week off the big coffee and the coffee went ahead as well and there was some great performances. Many from Chris Johnson and Lee portraiture. They let the fool purchase team. They will be leading the team of ten. He'll go to the world hoff's Did you watch it by the way our didn't know it was a great race? Actually Thomas was really. He did see the. He went off rocket quick really quick and he came so close these. Pb which he didn't he sent in two thousand twelve years. Kwon OPB Running Sixty one seven. And so he's got purchased again back for the White House. Amazing and Ozzy departures as well won the race. In what does she do seventy sorry? I'm trying to find what time she ran. Seventy low and again yes. Untested fantastic and then one is awesome. Great performances in the women breakthrough performances. So we had in lily. First second was Samantha Harris. Who only started wanting something like a year ago and then Steph Davies third. So yeah some two hundred seventy one fifteen. They'll make their international debuts and then full place..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"Plays this for the show. If you like what we do support support show become a patron check out. This week's show notes around the world. We now all social media channels to share your amazing kitchen on the welfare tastes. Says if you've got the fighters all indeed boring ones have you show American tool kits an interesting place shelly. Social media using Hashtag kitchen around the world breath and talking at March and she's a favorite to down show which we have. I do believe a plus up. We have on the Graham Chester running tools. We're wearing the awesome electricity whilst enjoying a tour in Sunny Bahamas nice note. I think one of the guys in the back. The tech is jealous of my trust the process t- marathon talk day. Is that the guy with the glasses looking at him. Presumably Major Nick Leeson himself. Yes like what's happening is somebody just walked into a room trying to like quietly make a cup of tea either that or they're sat in the corner ringing a little bell what's happening. That's just come home. The dog has Scottsdale thing which space evolve that was what the ball and then we heard Creepy and please quick question. He's only let's go for weeks because the bow has arrived on the we'd all and when he comes out we're going to hit again he so we so listen to show a European to know how long it takes to have a way when the bell goes when goes for the second time we know that pizza site. If you're at home you can give a chair because Pete with a Finnish is one or two actually move on with his show on your eucalypt upped right here we are. I like this one. It's Dave Stanfield. Who is Dave stanfield w seven Valley Country Park which is local to me up the road? I I don't think my lovely new trust the process. tee-shirt Nice to slip on after Most Valley Park Ron Brilliant. Well done Dave Dave and I thought we got stuck Haley. seventy-nine is that right. Would you say that presumably I think railway sightings in central Birmingham quite right for Marathi talk on the wealth and I wearing my mouth until twenty miles mostly with the company bunkers run as braving storm. Kiara got to get the marathon race training miles in slow pace today. But the body a new shoes. Well while rates by Ron Eight to ten minus to you but both times you have to sing to me and hold my hand. Crossing bridges will done outwardly. This week one two three four five finally this week Mr Davies vs UK. A New York in January top of the Rock. What's that top of the Rock in at marathon took t shirt that we aren't trust the process tease looks? This great. Doesn't it literally ten K.. An amazing experience for gloves couldn't reach hands for a long while. Nine out of ten is that top of it must be a famous place in New York City. That looks like central park behind. Doesn't it through the gap in the buildings. Does she are incredibly right. Let's talk some news. Shall we start this week for the news. It's Jemma Reiki who is we did speak about her briefly last week. I think she ran a new eight hundred. Two and British Indoor record say she is in great form Ulm. She took advantage of that on her American debut. The twenty one year old Scott ran for seventeen the wannamaker mile millrose games in New York to their fifth quickest mile. Indoor of all time is incredible. Isn't it. She went through what she went through. Fifteen hundred meters in four minutes point seven so she almost ran a sub four minute. Fifteen hundred meters which you in their track global track championships for women typically could win a medal and she's gone through that in a mile and that wiped away two the Laura Mirrors. UK bests in one. Go so she beats Jenny Meadows British eight hundred meter record in Glasgow the previous week he can then she goes and Beats Laura. Moore's fifteen hundred meters and indoor mile bridge records the following week. She's the European under twenty three champion. She phoned up coach and the young afterwards and asked him. Was that right brilliant. Isn't that unbelievable. The really unbelievable and she she's she said the Normally Hustler that's why she's doing this because she's training. Yeah and it was just like you know in order for US I. It's great isn't it. Must be like we. Should we call it the Nora Muir effect. Maybe that's you know maybe creating more fantastic Scottish. What is good? We can't overlook because we do have to. We did mention this last week when cotton overlook my understanding is she was in new spikes now. I'm not saying you. You say I didn't look at this. I didn't know what really suggesting zero tracy champion. She's clearly talented. But but at the moment it's the first question on everybody's lips isn't it all goes overseas. Everybody says when when a race happens on the on the roads were they were they in by fly shoes and Laura in the prototypes. Not Quite it. Has I think these spikes are going to be available. But I have seen coverage in the week around the spike and the new shoot at particularly of tool on whether or not happen at Tokyo gained given that these new running spikes will be available. I think the cool the viper fly. Yeah they are and actually that leads us onto the next bit of Knees Life Ontario. Which is the I'M I? I'm getting really confused. By the nine hundred honest keep getting like the new one out is the Nike Zoom Alpha. Fly Fly next percents and this is just come out An it's a she with a full length carbon-fiber play and zoom airports and things he put in your ears but they okay. We don't have an official stock hype from Nike at Nike told run as well. We are pleased to replace the nikes invade. Fly Series remains legal. We will continue a diet of the weather. Plastics Industry on standards performance that meets the needs of elite in everyday athletes. Not believe that we got the straight from Roswell DOT COM measurements. This shoe will be legal. We did talk about this a little bit. Last week I think was he knew taught. We do look similar here. Tony Sam similar. We did talk about the world athletics ruling. So that's a governing body formerly I W. F. Ruling on shoe millimeter height Senate being set forty millimeters. Yes in an and keep Toga was wearing a prototype of the NYC as you L. Fly next percent than the new Alpha flies. Apparently not the same shoes as he will but he's based on the technology that he he he running and say I didn't realize that she has to be on the market for period of full months before warning competitions. Roy Yeah that's part of the release stages Che's stay out of things at the moment. Yeah so and they are going to be worth they can be on the market for whooping two hundred thirty seven pounds. He law interested. Yeah so you better not wear them out there copays. Yeah why not one for the other day perfect now this is some sadness actually is more of ultra news. It was actually in coolest coolest from tool contra posted this on identify anyone who's followed MDIS marathon to solve which is crazy race. That's partly the toughest footrace on which is running for seven days over six stages including arrestee over the Sahara desert now last year. I didn't if you saw this Martin. But they were joined by by a random doll did he. Yeah Yeah and he. He's loving actually I. It seems each on was She was out there following the race on official level and she was in scrubs toys and she was like placing about this dog and they named him cactus. He was a stray and he asked she was. He spent most of the race in the lead but sadly cactus was got run over. And so he won't be competing this The main he definitely won't be competing but yeah he was hit by connors nearest high so yes sadly he so as as an Koehler says hippies enjoying doing running in the desert in the sky by CACTUS. But I thought I talked said we. We also brought news of Mo Farah couple of weeks ago running the vitality behalf but he pulled out. He has pulled out this week with an Achilles injury sustained in training. He's want before a couple of times and Cantonese can I need a keely was towing the line and I think we previously recovered this. We said that it would be an interesting smackdown. He did say it was really looking forward to racing it a Obviously he's not because he's not tip one of the things which struck me was the it quite a long in time to decide ahead of time. You're not going to do it. Your remain thoughts true not till March. She's Yes yes so it's like well I don't even notice that is to make you think the injuries either quite serious enough that it's GonNa Chunk some proper training time right although he does say minor Achilles if you're thinking to yourself okay Mr Chunk of training. I'm definitely not be able to race like it's are- that that's a redesign of a racing program for something which feels mine matching this Publi mall all to the story that will. Yes maybe. Maybe he's gone ye of training for a period Ahead of trying to qualify for the Tokyo Olympics. In another event you know so sometimes. I guess you're racing. Plans change particularly injured. You have to restructure things a little. Bit Lily Partridge. I think has been added to the fields though with Haley carruthers an Stephanie. Davies both who we've had on the show but we've we've had three on the show so so be at least interesting to see half Akili and Lily Partridge headquarters and Steph Davies. Do and we will see Chris Thompson and Dr Griffiths in Washington which isn't Ross is debut. Marathon isn't Ross. Yes exciting exciting eighteen. Right where you run time to write and run. All you need to do is head to tell us about your recent run giving them all kinds of ten make make sure you tack at Martha Tool and say use the HASHTAG radio. Ron will cheese favorites to read out one shot so head straight to the top okay. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa talk about Brian. How did you? What did you say Sunday? We've had him before. Who is it come on? You can do see this Brian. I plus plus That sounds about right. Okay Sarsaparilla. Brian Festival Leslie Book. Should your name anyway. Ten Out of ten fun treadmill workout the SAM first quarter mile at six miles per hour. Timmy malls increased increased. One point one mop-up our every quarter last quarter in six forty eight from oil which is not to what miles hawks. This is very turning the screw Africa. Keeps it interesting as tacking right. 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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

10:19 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"So right your run to write your own all you gotta do his head onto twitter and tell us about a recent ron give mark out ten tag at Marathon. Talk and use the Hashtag Radio Ron. Well we'll choose our favorites to read out on the show Martin in. What is your favorite this week? Would you say to Reza Griffiths. Marathon talks about the fastest or the longest run but it was cold and fresh and bright right and I enjoyed every mini van training for spring. Half slow instead. He returned to finish ten attention. All authors runs fresh berate. It's the perfect weather this week. Isn't it for them. from Barcelona was all blue skies all the way mazing views. Brian Flash Polar. He's got to tim well. Six Times half mile at six fifty nine per mile quarter mile recovers nine thirty one mile base. Treadmill is nice when it's ten degrees Fahrenheit outside and you want to hit an exact pace intervals will not true got to keep up a fall off service dog. What because size Lebron's dog you're looking capitulating seem like this hand okay nicely one Froth Peach redwoods we to London marathon training complete with an at ten on not not the flattest cross country I've ever done? And he shows a picture of the profile for the run looking at one two through his big hills who. Yeah Yeah that looks tough Mauri as well right Jemma burial at misadventure twenty five and I think Jim is a new marathon taught listener. Yes No. She says. Great clubroom on Chris Morning Two degrees and patches of ice felt a bit like gumby out and finally Ron Nine ten any profit Prada PORTA lovely relaxed Friday royal flush. Look at that that should be a new thing. Friday Friday royal flush go out on a Friday and when a royal flush that is each consecutive mile or kilometer faster than the previous one of not naught keeping my heart rate below my air Max of one to eight bring on the Friday curry beer. And there's a lovely looks like a straw profile of each mile. It's getting a little bit quicker. Nine forty seven nine five nine twenty nine twenty one nine zero six classroom. Well done right the big news. WHO's the London? Marathon elite fields were announced last week and auto racer phenomenally eight six. Well we have Actually I think this was something that people were hoping to see. Yeah off the Kenenisa Katie ran so fast ask a quite surprisingly. I guess Earlier in the year Bikila ran in Berlin He Ran September twenty nine teen. I think it was. He ran to a one forty one in the same race. Berlin two thousand eighteen year previously Kenya's elegant Toga ran two zero one thirty nine. So just two seconds separating the fastest two marathon runners ever and of course Elliott show gay. Who after running? That record also became the first marathon runner ever to run under two hours when he did the time trial in Vienna so they the marathon have announced that both the Keeley and Kip Togay I'll doing the London marathon this year. Wouldn't it be amazing if those two seconds between the on the day so I would we love to see them probably. Do you know an so one thing. I think the moment is. There's so much non enthusiasm for running at elite level. You know he's a it's just loaded with skepticism and cynicism and doping allegations and positives. And and here's to people who arguably the greatest of all times in their own rights became of course I seventeen world titles on the track doc cross country than indoors three Olympic gold medals on the track Elliott show gay the reigning Olympic champion. I man ever to go under two hours and the world record holder towing it on the start line of the London marathon. So I mean that's special to have two people who are arguably the greatest marathon runners of all time meeting in the same race is it's pretty special boss. Interest in while says athletics weekly the Bow Fleets feel a world record could fall in London without. That would be amazing. Ed Yeah Yeah I mean I. I don't know when the world record was was lost set in London. I know it's been at Berlin for so many years. Yeah but between and when the race raced each other of the four times the met over the marathon distance since kip jobs always warm up. AQUILES got the better overall head to head record on over distances as he yes well he's going to be a race. I think for me The key will be can hand. Becky Lee continue to deliver the preparation that showed his form in Berlin. Like I mean. They're both getting a bit old. A bar in the Keeley has been the one so to what we know about choke is he so consistent is name when he prepares for a big race. You we know they've he's on the line he's easing good shape whereas Keighley's not quite like that and his preparation is very up and down. So I love all this hype but ECON Carnivora just hold onto it until you get to view days before the race and they both go. Yeah we're still unique shape and have you pace as Dino outpaces. We'll see I don't know I don't know I think normally the they're they're all pacemakers out there but I don't know be good either way it'd be good it certainly I need you know. Look I think without those guys in the field it becomes a significantly less attractive event at the elite level. Yeah you know. Who else are you gonNA put in? That's going to cause any interest whatsoever here like they just isn't anybody we used to get excited about Wilson Kipsang and then of course the news last week you know it's it's top two on the top two but as long as the great British. Oh isn't that. I mean you know with the Olympics. It's it's really really important is big particularly in the women. Yeah it's Olympic ear and of course that really brings out all the hitters From from from a domestic point of view in definitely has done that in in the bridge. Men's and women's Women's. I'm really excited about the elite women's feel because because we've had so many British women running so fast in the last few years Jesper two twenty five twenty eight Charlotte Perdue to twenty five. Thirty Eight Steph twelve to twenty six four t Steph Davis to twenty seven fourteen. Lily Partridge to twenty nine twenty four. You know one two three four five sub two-thirty women in the field. And Yeah there's another another eight British sheesh women all running on the two thousand five so and with those Tokyo places up for grabs anything about the marathon in situations like this is sometimes. Sometimes people don't run to form the you know they don't they don't achieve what you expect into every year. It seems somebody comes through. Whose unexpected acting like tracie? Morris did all those years ago remember Pete Riley Stop Who's a Stockport Harriers finished first Brit years ago. I don't get run beyond about about twelve miles. And he just kept going all the way and got the best time. And it's GonNa be interesting to see if somebody unexpected gonNA come through and get one of those plays if a breakthrough. Yeah because you would have thought you know jess running to twenty-five Charlotte running to twenty-five staff running to twenty six and then Steph Davies in two twenty seven so normally in the Olympic if you're running to twenty nine you all their all their backs so lily partridge with our two twenty nine. V breath some work to but exciting actually looking forward to following that in terms of build up in women's field is also bridget Gakkai The Kenyan who ran to forty four to break Paul reckless world record. She's telling the line with Negative which is to seventeen uh-huh eight probably and Gladys Girono to eighteen eleven. The next top Kenyans in field. I think sinead divers in the women's field. That's quite interesting hosting. I'm just looking down through the men's starting lineup in as well good to see Derek Hawkins back Callum Hawkins brother. I've seen he's been back doing some training to be really good to see him. Jack Rayner Australian to eleven. Oh six run our interview these coach earlier in the year. Nick Faldo yes. It'd be good Andy Vernon I think is is is also Ross Millington Millington as well to say. Yeah what Tim do think he won the ten thousand to beat when we went there in an thought at the time you know he's light and fast and.

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"They'll won't be as hot as it was a couple of years ago in London. Anything you think you you need to do you know anything else you might change from. You know the kind of formula that you started to put together in the last few years that you know is work for you. Got Anything else that you think A. K.. I'm willing to try this or you're going to stick with as as you currently no. I think we're going to mainly stick with the format that we have. I mean I would love to increase my mileage even out of it slightly but I don't know if that is going to work for me based on Nichols I've had in. The Pasta will will see Jenner the format stay the same. I'd like to add in more of our strength and conditioning routine and audience. Mike parametric stuff. But I don't think we're GONNA WE'RE NOT GONNA make any Few keys actions that my coach told me about it but I missed in the build up to the Lancia so he'll probably tell them how to save for US at some point. Yep He's not disclosed yet his legacy any join my recovery time and so. I'm sure you'll have a few sessions. He's GonNa Change or or at and he's gone. Mind that we can build on from for. Molly goes into Valencia but I also really love to get. My halftime died was a big goal for me. Iran seventy to fifty seven in Oxford rich and it was pretty horrible day and but running Sub To seventy four half's backed back at. Valencia has really really give me an edge to to do a good half and there. I mean there's some over the springtime in the build-up Decide which one I I think will work. Best with my training. Plan was exciting exciting. This is exciting time. She gets to all the ponding and and his perfect the thematic being on the first December. Because now I've got a few weeks off to catch all the people for Christmas and and on Spec into it on twenty twenty yet carefree. Because you know it's game changing. I mean this year has already been a game changer of the year for you and you know next next year could continue could continue to be getting that consistency is so important. Yeah and I think that's had this past year or so is just have consistency instructor. I know everyone says it but consistency really Sochi. Absolutely I've got to ask you. I'M GONNA ask you a couple of other. The things one one intrigues me. But I know very little about it and again. It's not meant to be a question that loaded with anything other than your person. The Knicks experienced. But we've seen this year and I'm not sure fully. I know the answer we've seen this year. That particular brand of shoes shoe has kind of dominated the market and I think but I'm not one hundred percent certain that you were in them in Valencia. Is that right yes. I know what you're meeting yes I wa- swearing the Aso's like about eighty percent exactly right of seen so many photos of pretty much. Every elite event have missed them. It's like okay here. We go to put yourself in that position. Everyone's kind of getting the hands on on the shoes. Like what's your take on own them. Did you wear them before like so. I wore the four percent London. Okay and in all honesty for me. I didn't think that sorry I mentioned the name. I thank between 'em the fours and the next I'd folks there was no. It's not like I put on one versus the other and thought these are amazing using actually thought Justice and I have I've just always I've worn them for the last two hours into it's just be natural for me to go with it and it's the height and my boyfriend jazzing this the other night. He was like well. If I gave you another pair of shoes and ask you to run and you got minute headstart like would you take it and uh-huh and I would be very open to to running and other types of shoes. I just wear them because they're comfortable and they work for me and I'm I guess when you're seeing everyone else wear them and I guess it kind of you want to know what the bosses all by it but I think if I was in another type of shoe I haven't tried enough to know but I'm sure confident by V day question for you. I've never asked anyone this tool but I I don't know put on the spot because I don't know how I would feel and I don't know I haven't even ask Liz my wife this question. Either I don't know why respond to be. I'M GONNA ask into a later. So do you have any current kind of kit suppliers or sponsors ring like that. I'm sorry I don't know that no I don't took so let's say I come mm to you right and I'm not Nike. Yep I'm someone else and I say I see you've just run to twenty seven. We love the to run in cashews. We'll give you you know this this kit and the shoes and not these ones. Yep I would definitely try them. I mean you can't turn anything done until you've tried them if they don't work for me 'cause he feel uncomfortable or causing me Nichols or whatever then. You can't run in them. If they were comfortable on feel the felt good that I would definitely go for it produced and still. Yeah if you're producing the goods still then then I definitely would go for it for me. It's all about comfort shoe and I haven't tried enough shoes in all honesty to it to be able to compare about because I put them on in the NFL comfortable and and they feel good. When I run so I've I've just gone with it but that's never trying? Yeah you sound like the kind of person I could give flip flops to need still just put this on and ran to twenty-seven and the next year in flip flops. She's just went to twenty five. And one final question Steph. We ask everybody this. If you would not gonNA run a marathon or two next year he said with hurtful kind of thing is cross and instead you would just gonNa run one mile with six months amazing training as false as you possibly can fast. You'RE GONNA run that mile six months that lyle and an an anti shoes slippers. I'll say I'll say four thirty six rift. Yes yeah great you up with the likes of former London Marathon winner Joyce Smith my own wife. Liz Yelling at four fourth full Terry Moody American Ramaphosa. Five he go Benita Willis. Have you ever heard of Benita full machine cargo marathon in To twenty four you just ahead of her just ahead of Lilli. Partridge for thirty nine. You're in amongst it Dennis. Dennis thank you so much. Enjoy the rest of your brake before Christmas. A Super Christmas and we look forward to seeing how you you hit the roads in twenty twenty. Yeah thanks for having me Americans too. We hope you enjoyed Martinsburg interview with Steph and all set for a fabulous start to the two thousand twenty Williams. He's yelling and that was married from talk Uh Yeah..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

12:19 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"That was a huge goal for me. And then I because it's Donna on Olympic year. We have this time that we're trying to achieve to qualify and that gave me kind of another benchmark mark to push it on and I guess standard of female North Mothers in the UK at the moment is is amazing Red Hall and I think that also issues as you on am when you know. There's other amazing There that can do it then. You kind of think. Well why if I put the time in the dedication in the effort into it than what I achieved up to. What does that look like? So if you take us from take us from from What it looked like perhaps previously to what it like Naveh so just have much? Prep heavy been undoing. Wasn't it like a you. Bang at ease incredible miles every week. If you go monster sessions. What's it like? I haven't launched her sessions but I really focus on quality achiever than quantity so mileage is really low compared to Ta- To mostly math marathon runners and I tend to do more around the cross trainer and yet what I know why. What's your what does it? What does the week look like so either on sixty six miles a week and then if I go only one double run a week and the arrest all day running cross train as a typical weekend would include a track session and then another day with some longer intervals and then the long run over the weekend and thought just G to Kinda might experience keeping the mileage little bit lower and jumping on the cross trainer at works for me? and WHO's so you buy to UNIFIL Sedan and Talk About Your Planning and coaching and having an approach where you'll running sixty miles a week is is working for you the long run. And what do you sessions. In the week with Clapham chases so I do a session with some of the clapping chasers so we have kind of smaller group and there's five of us have run a tents and and they're all my running between Nick Thakur our correspondent Event to twenty four Seattle. So next seminal. I'm always trying to chase in training. And now we have a great group who kind of between two thirteen to forty and we all push each other and so that's the kind kind of their own copy chasers trained under under filled. There's there's four of us and so that's the kind of group I train with all GonNa runs in between I do on my own and Dan. Yeah that's kind of format to the week. That's about having that small great. This is really helpful. Yeah so often when you speak to somebody. You have made a significant breakthrough. They'll say while my mind is gone from you. Know like fifty to ninety the Ad Week and you think tank okay so so you know what I'm trying to get a measure on is to. What do you attribute in your training like five minutes from two thirty to twenty seven often in the past? We've seen to to an adult mean this in any disrespectful way at all to thirty two we've seen many reasonably high numbers of very talented British women running to thirty two and sometimes their breakthrough performances and they run to thirty two then. They tend into hoffer Iran that two-thirty too. Often it's because they've put in a ton more training or something you know. Something's enabled them to make the jump from two thousand eight from from wherever they were to the whatever to thirty two but then he's read that you see to thirty two to twenty seven utilized a a mile further up the road trying to understand what you think made that difference. It's purely on the quality of our sessions. I mean the the sessions nations. We have the the tempos in the long runs. The intensity is quite high. And the reason why I've kept away from increasing that mileage Don't get me wrong from Berlin. I probably have slightly increased it. I injured after Berlin on my head. And that has that stopped me or wanting wanting to to kind of get that mileage up so I definitely increase in number of hours Hispanic the cross train. I mean I cycled tune from every work every day. So I think that counts towards it but generally the the quality and the length of our heavy sessions are the bulk of my all my training which I thank as a worth where I improved an even comparing the stations between London and Valencia build ups. We may be added more rats bridges recovery times to help push and make it feel a bit harder and then generally the overall mileage roughly the same like Jeremie. My made like two weeks. In the whole Mike Optima seventy miles and then we start to taper but it's really kinda focusing on that long sessions Sion's and having the high quality with it. I think I put more quality in it this time Ryan than a half compared to my London belt definitely compared to my Berlin build and specifically what does high quality high quality look like thought just going faster over shorter recovery. Yes so you know when you do a section and you think okay thinking about that session the new going. I know it's coming and it might be the following night and you particularly when you're focused on gull you often be thinking about. That's a big section. It's coming up I want to concentrate on. I want to deliver on it. Yeah she kind of invest a lot of emotional physical effort into completion of that work. I then you do that work at and you walk away thinking my stare nailed it. Yeah you we know. What was some of those workers for you so a typical track Might be something along the lines of by twelve. Okay and I'm we might start the recovery footsie seventy five seconds and then drop it time for the first half and then dropped down the second half to like sixty five seconds seconds for doing longer intervals out on the road. We might do like surgery by five K.. And all Two Minute Chalk DOC and so it's again keeping keeping that recovery for the longer intervals. Were still moving rather than stationary. Recovery's I think as well just having since London. The team that I trained with now is more focused on the same goals. So we're all all building towards Valencia. Together I'm more consistency. In the people restraining with am to kind of unhappy people try to push from behind or from in front Ron I think is is really helpful and I would always encourage people to trade who not only just to make it more fun but to push you think the combination of both I mean they're on People are busy or I'm going away or whatever but I think January with people I think it really. It really does help. Make a difference and having the support from I worked for LAS DOS management. Having support from them to have flexibility in my working hours to make sure I can get enough recovery time in as I think key is well like I mean athletes. They have more time to get that recovery. In on you're working on training that can be difficult Helps the my work understand With people who are like minded driven vehicle orientated so the they get what it takes aches to to put into your goals to give me that flexibility so I can balance both my career. I'm running and by having able to sleep for an extra half hour. Whatever a night I think also just really helps you then perform your best the next day? Rather than having to get a mega early to equestrian in the morning and then I'm up early especially on nights where we tend to keep her hard as hard so after track on Tuesday August. Jen some Oklaho- late so then have enough flexibility to be go to sleep a little bit more next morning as is really really helpful to then help him perform two or three days later when my neck session and had is it make you feel. He'll cut of looking at global marathoning at the moment and what does that mean feel aspirations for next six-year. Yeah I'm excited. I mean I'm nervous. Do like I did not think that I would run as as quick as to twenty seven so I really really hope that I can go out next year in improve fat or at least hit that same time. And and we've I like I'll be working towards London amp to try. I do that this time. Taking part with the hopefully the other elite women because last year I was on the masses and that will be. I mean a huge interesting for me because I've never been in a a marathon. That's a female only only race. Am I mean. That's really exciting. But of course it's a little bit Norfolk he do. And so that will be the next goal but at the moment and just take my recovery really seriously after Marsden always take two to three weeks off. I think it's really good to physically mentally reset and I'll sit down with Phil. We'll go through my goals for for next year and I mean I've got few. I definitely finally want to kind of target London and see if I can make make sure going fair for the Olympics NBA guessing that London so each year we each Olympic Cycle. We get pretty excited about the London marathon because it's often the race that can define whether somebody gets to go to the fans. This is going to be a high level of interest with fool British women. I am this year running the four four of the fastest times in history. Yeah over the distance and so assuming everybody holds themselves together for neck race sir. You're going to have to run pretty quick to make that team so it's going to make for a really exciting Qualifier yet and we. I mean we don't know if they're gonNA pre select tiny one or not yet me no line expect expect that would be me being the fourth fastest and that kind of play out whether they take however for many people from the from the London math next year. Who knows but yet I mean I'm going to have to work hard to knock off some more time and so two right go ahead of you ahead of me as am just control Perje onto twenty five? I think they're pretty close folks and then Steph twelve so your role within couple minutes of each other at London is very different. You know it's very different particularly from a female runners perspective and Liangello perspective. One of the things you get used to doing is running a competitive suv race with not many people around you exactly. I remember passing the elite runners last year when they were going towards the finishing we were going. I am And they were all spread out and very much on their own. And I've had that experience yet am running in the masses for the for the math that I've done John Valencia was was a very flat courses. Bail conditions were perfect on the day..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

12:29 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"And we'll catch. It's all things new year running next week. Joining us on this week's marathon. Talk interview is Steph. Davis Steph recently ran and the Valencia Marathan in a pretty impressive to twenty seven. Forty two I think she placed placed fourteenth. It was a banner five minute. Pb on our previous marathon that she did in London where Sharon to thirty to thirty I think can she make Maybach. Correct me when I bring but I think that was also from the mass. Start her previous best of that was to forty one the previous year the the lane. So I'm really excited to find out how you go from running to forty one to twenty seven. Welcome to math and talk steph. Hello thank you for having me that to twenty seven I think took you to ninth breath on the UK women's all time marathon list. That is amazing thank you it is amazing. I mean what's it like What's it been like for you since running? That's time to be honest. I think it's still sinking in a bit and echina- grass that beat my time at London but not quite the I've got ninth all time in the UK and I mean it's Honor just to be out there with all the best runners in kind in the next event especially such an exciting year. Yeah well I mean. It's a mega year next year. Isn't it for marathon running. So if if I have said to you when you cross the line in Berlin in September last year running to forty one if I said to you so steph in it just over a year's time you're going to run two minutes inside the Olympic qualifying time you know and put yourself in with a great shot of of making live team. What would you say I would be not? You're joking having off Norway and I didn't know I mean coach has always believed I could do it. But I'm that's one thing that I am not very good is the self-belief an and I think that she during the race something just clicked and all kind of fell into place to push along. I would never have thought. After Berlin nigh be a year later running twenty seven. Do think that it sounds like so often. We hear people say yeah well known. Athletes will go here well. I never thought I'd run that quickly but secretly it currently in their back pocket. They like they were going for it. Propagating free so when you told the Line Valencia what what was in your mind so my palmer just go out and run a two thousand nine hundred fifty Olympic qualifying time and and then kind of I saw I was feeling halfway and then try to push on but I ended up going in with a group and we were slightly quicker than that pace on a had. Watch set to buzz for every seventeen forty two which is the five kilometer split for the two thousand nine hundred thirty pace and I so I knew will almost treat away when my my watchful slashing the I was ahead of ahead of that and there was some moments of an cult panic but worry that I was. I was pushing too hard too early on because everyone news in a marathon in its later stages where you pay the price and I just went with my got and an kept with and then when I got halfway I was just assessing each kind of couple of K. as I was as it was cooling and then it felt comfortably fast towards the later stages you hit some some kind of diet patches and I was just breaking the race dying on my head the whole time and praying that I was not gonna hit that wall all and I didn't am I mean that's the last couple of kilometers. Were starting to really hard that had to dig in but but January am l. fell cage and had you any indication of what you know when you go in. You know you you can go into a race having done preparation leading into that race. Definitely to run that kind of time. You know you run for Clapping chases your coached by Phil Kisii. So you you've got a good setup out it's done it you must have had some indicators. In training by understand the uncertainty of knowing whether you can kind of capitalize capitalize on those indicators yet will I think my progression between Berlin and London was all a confidence this for me and and and also I really liked back in allies my splits from London Meyerson and that means that showed that I did have have room to quicker me. My last five K.. In my London London marathon was my quickest is the whole race so I really had a lot to give at the end of the London marathon on a race I did just feel on a high. I didn't feel I mean I'm sure at some points I it but I don't remember feeling any deep deep bites of pain and where I was really having to dig deep at at London so I think that the back of my mind also the kind of bit of confidence that there was more in the tank. And I'm not very good at taking taking risks and I I get nervous. cushy gone too soon and kind of blowing up. It's always a fear of and I think at Valencia something something just kind of twigged and maybe take that that kind of rest GonNa push on and and it paid off and I mean my training had been going well I had had a few options dimes. Nickels but I mean most Martha and hundreds do and I think you learn from from those experiences and they can can make you a stronger in your overall performance. But this is you know so just get. It was Berlin your first marathon for Lomas. My First Marathon Naiad I'm had had done running for a long time before that very own and also Berlin was the very first marathon even that one and and again that felt like a very comfortable marathon and took boost. The food is also. I've got my hands up smiling at the camera. By Kosher they had heart stock. Pretty talk from that so you feel like you ran. Berlin into forty-one inside this kind of feeling inside your comfort zone the whole way. Yes yeah I was pushed a bit more London and ran ran to thirty two. The Fastest Five K being the final five K.. So then you decided I did. Let's put in a bit more on the line. Here in Valencia. Go for that into qualify. Time see what comes out of the other way and you come away with the ninth fastest British marathon yet. Yeah but even that decision was only made during the race. I mean I really kind of aiming for that to nine thirty pace but ended up in tied up in a group Grit with my own decision and to stay there and and that paid off to wet his come from. So you know. It's an impressive breakthrough not only in terms of progression but actually in terms of the time. You've run so to twenty seven to one of the top ten times in history. Run by British woman is the second the third fastest time run by a Scottish woman. Third Third Fastest time. Who's head of you McColgan and Steph twelve instead? Of course yes steph. Just yeah so where do you think that come from so I think I started running when I was in senior school kind of early senior school and join the club as well so I was doing running back in the day variety of events and I was just kind of doing whatever misdoing doing. I wasn't Focusing on a tank aor a particular competition and an went university and Edinburgh. I eight joined the running club there as well and and that was kind of my sport with I was unique but I never really had any consistency structure to my training. It was just more of a social sure. Thanks and fun I I did get some good results at university. I got my fill blues in my final year for my performance in the Scottish Brett's tissue needs cross country since he kind of. Did you know that you had. I'm trying to sort of define where you think that talent to run required to run to twenty seven come from it's like you know what you mean honestly don't have like an exact. I'm sorry I think it's always been there on. I've always been chipping away at it but it's only I'd say this year since London the I've really pushed it and uncensored my billups London Berlin. I definitely have more consistency. Structure my training. But but I feel since after Berlin for London and inform We've really really stepped. Is that some of my life. Okay so you've got you've made a purposeful to run more. Yeah exactly since Berlin. I Spin I mean I love it when I say it's my life. It's because I choose to do I love it but it's been like I'll cut short with friends etc need to train in the morning and it's yet and it helps my other half. He is a really keen athlete himself so he gets it. And he's very supportive and on my work ours. Well I am. I've got flexibility in my working hours and to the the appreciate have a demanding training schedule and they'd give me flexibility theorized role to support that and that came in the beginning of this year. Will I guess not seeming. Yeah I guess they can see you know. Maybe there's somebody who Quantify five to Tokyo in. That's an amazing achievement. Do you come from a athletic background in you. Did it played sports but knows or any other indicators through growing up through kind of family through genetics you know it was like do you appearance a bit like minded look at being go. You run your completely weird. They definitely thought that to begin. And every time has to be to run. They'd be like Oh my goodness again. Why they are Super Supportive at to my dad's since young age has been at the side of tracks cross country courses and gave me pet talks along the way so he's always been really key for me to do it and since they? They saw me run that London. I really kind of understood what it was all Abiam why I'd be putting in so much effort in high matches it means to me on the worth of it and I mean my mom was there at Valencia. She blew up a giant candidate balloon and the core so every time I I could hear our see her. She had this candy cane eighteen so I could spoil her which was which was amazing and so no. They don't run themselves and I mean they keep fit. They was jam occasionally. The lights will walks but they don't by any means to any sort of running. I'm kind of the first person in my family that I knew of. And do you said you've committed and you've you've sort of seriously committed to it. Yeah like where does that drive. Come from guessing just quite competitive myself. I mean gene wants around that to to London and decided I wasn't GonNa do Valencia. I really wanted to beat my London my time at London..

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"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

Marathon Talk

13:22 min | 1 year ago

"steph davies" Discussed on Marathon Talk

"So wrong Congo. They're called Zany same. You've tucked up campion drake and his Queen Maller now. Gobble Gobble Gogo. It's not even Christmas talking about well organized and say look breaking the weather now time for bed and rest before long flight time so he is I wish I actually I actually wish I wish I need his name. But he's in Davis Glad Massachusetts with his classic marathon tool smiling away. Congratulations it's time to write your own to rate you. All you need to do is head to toe witter ever told you before the the rest of this. I have gone on a social media fast. Have you. I've I've badly posted or looked for weeks hardly paste on anyway. Da No but I've really just decimated the social media environment no twitter. No facebook no instagram for weeks. And if you missed it just not the same of gone. A haven't actually deleted them from the phone. But should I tell you what I've done to see slightly off topic. Isn't it as we are. This seemed range mildly ironic as we're asking people listen to the show to use social media. But what I've done is I've moved the APPS on my phone different environment. SABE sabe changing environment. Changing behaviors changing habits. I put them in their own little thing that contains the APPS. Wherever that's called older is that we're now I must make up? Yeah Bucket they have any phone and I've moved it to a screen accounting C- Insert instead of it being like bang on home screen. I go Bingo like right now. Just press it and instantly on being consumed well now at the packers. He's now as Reagan I wish I etc but because it's my job is all consuming and it's so wrong it's like I told you went ice. I smashed my phone the day and I had to get amended and I took it to has his mind on the road lineup on his door and he's actively with me. How long only a couple of hours? Yeah and of course I left and straight whereas I just remind them you say two hours on the phone oughta bliss but so I was is reading about I think are coming where it was a piece of research on people who suffer from genuine anxiety when they don't have their the phone with them and what catagorize anxiety is a feeling of panic when they don't have their phone or when something damages their phone uh-huh how many people is like how many people listening to this. You know when you pat. You pockets like where's fired. Anything or is it and there's that moment contrary like of the thing the thing is I use my phone and stuff and do everything weight loss slightly panicked so you do you panic. And that is a sign nine this anxiety around ownership of the phone just like hang on. That's gone a bit too much. I understand if you'd lost the dog. You know all Ooh you know your wedding ring. He loses his and he's terrible. But if if you lose your phone you shouldn't really panic over it because he's he's only anyway back to social media especially Iran only after his head to twitter about recent one get mark our ten tag got marathon to use the HASHTAG. All of us here but low will so let's kick off this week with Stuart read eight and a half fat tenth. My turn will alter Fox late Scotland on Saturday. Ten Five K.. Laps in the freezing cold minus one point five not being mentally strong enough to just go out and run the eleventh lap. Great Fun though and the Trans Teepee was just as well as well and I'm clearly completely nuts because I look at. ooh I love to do something like that anyway. Pizza Pearle bit colder noisy for the usual five by one. CAIN Monday morning session today. Oh this is Peter. He's always sending sessions. He's he's very speedy so the scenic Frosty Sunrise rundown rum dat loan down by the Thames. Instead HASHTAG RIGHT ROM eight upset and it doesn't actually. It's been more than teach frosty. We've had some amazing sunrise highway. I'm topic again this. They Iran. What have we got singer? Pull Ben tough supposed to be aiming to be a major twelve K elevated the highway. That's baked in thirty degrees of gone off. You already been faced in thirty degree Sun all day ready to throw it back ready to throw it back at run as a pizza stone does not make it easy for run out all right and to be fair it's Baltic over here at the moment all and there's somebody else that leases shine Tan Eh. Ten half marathon three lava fields inlands erotic skull away and zero to international running term in Chaudri or Roy unofficial lizzy foreign because a strong inconsistent training plan by k the company of Company of amazing friend upon Cake flat-coast resulted in a thirty one minute. P. Bay on a negative slam Four Twenty Twenty one martin financiers slaughtered nine point eight ten of knighthood eight Wi with the finishing stretch of dreams. I'm I'm not quite sure what the point into is maybe last night. But she yeah an amazing congratulations Right staying with Valencia. What unbelievable weekend for running at there was certainly snappy Joshua Chapter Guy Smashed The world ten K recold old when he ran twenty six thirty eight at the K.? Over over in Valencia Sunday. He's Ugandan he broke the world record by six seconds. That was owned by Kenyan Leonard Cohen Event. In in twenty ten so nine years old. He took six seconds off than twenty-six. Thirty eight so what to part runs in quick you nuts teen means eighteen. Teenagers Nineteen Eighteen nineteen weakness may thirteen nineteen from bacteria. Walt he is the world cross country. Champion he's also the world ten thousand meter champion from Doha earlier on in the year and he's now the world record holder over ten K on the roads roads of what a year. He said a car. Believe it eastern only twenty incredible isn't young the women's race yes. I was a pretty incredible as well swims race. As a Rosa Razor Derision from Ethiopia she close to eighteen thirty to move up to number eight on the all time world list. I know say the first four finishes were on all until eighteen. Something and funny enough they. Vivian charrier eight hundred. Fifty one fourth the hand Bob from Ethiopia to eighteen forty six third as mayor Abraham from Ethiopia to eighteen thirty three for second even even even fifth-place you don T in two thousand seven common denominator between them all show. You mentioned that disgusting. What we're one of them? No well they will waring's Let's say up anyway. Moving on Bridgeton Steph Davis contingent impresses the classroom chase athlete. He ran to thirty to chiefs From the master in London in April incredible films she improved. PB massively to twenty seven forty two when she came fourteenth and as an Olympic qualifying meantime centers. Amazing that Mark Move. That is amazing. She is so what I don't know so. She runs guarantee thirty two in London. She went to twenty seven eight in the. Yeah what she is she wearing. I could check chat. I think probably hang on Well I I I can check. Don't say it without knowing what do you have a little all do smelly because I know someone who actually filmed tar going cost you carry on Tolkien and I'm GonNa look okay. I'll check out check back. But anyway he has a great run from Steph. Davis have loved to get Steph on the show and talk about in a hair. She achieved Olympic Olympic qualifying. Time ninth on the U. K. Women's marathon all time list to twenty seven chunking five minutes. It's off personal because after I was talking back This with Liz on a run. We did yesterday. Liz's math and PB to twenty eight. So you know staffs run faster than than Liz but what we used to see. She said look. We used to see a fairly large amount of of domestic domestic British international marathoners in the regional to wants to thirty three. Yeah so to thirty one to thirty three you you know goods national level female marathoner but to make the jump from thirty two to two twenty eight was quite I too difficult jump. It was quite hard and therefore not many people did it. And so if you did do it you re in the top ten. UK All time marathon customers was this year we've seen full of the UK's Women's top ten marathon performances in history run. I I do you know what I was thinking. Exactly the same thing to tell you my. I was actually the Hiba as long as thinking about what she was thinking about. It only know how hard it was for her. I remember running biphosphonate. She didn't she went off and get her. PB though I may be wrong was that the xt noisy. I remember is running and I remember thinking God incredible. Then she went on to Ron. Happy Bay was London presumably And and so I was thinking that exact thing like like people's going doing these massive the jumps it. I would and the same with the interview last week which was really good actually with Jess how they have made that transition. I think also interesting speaking the staff. Don't I'm sorry to Jess. Don't know about stuff justice still working full-time justice story slightly different. Because we know a pedigree in England we know how good she's been you know she's worked from genius I already know that much about Steph Davies. So yeah we do. Do you know yet if you I'm just GonNa Stories in that old. They've been archived. Find them that well. I do know that was interesting. Was Haley carithers. Ran Dan London marathon in two thirty three fifty nine she ran a PB Valencia she ran to thirty to forty five Ellen Ellen Davies. He's one of two thirty three twenty four and a Kirk round the PB of two thousand four thirty. Six Lily Partridge. I think that she does she dropped off the running through about twenty five K.. But that jumped from thirty two to twenty seven is amazing. Jump It'd be great to get Steph the show so why don't we see if we can organize that. Catch up with Steph and see what is she's done to make that Incredible distance was looking tweet from John Brand. John Bryan came forth twice. I think in the Olympic Games over the marathon distance at Sydney and WanNa say Athens. But I'm sorry if I've got that wrong. He said forget about times. He's a former U K. Ten thousand meter record holder and European in cross country champion. He said forget about the time when they're athletes have to wear these shoes in order to be competitive. If I was racing I'd be wearing Obama says no way out of put myself a disadvantage whilst whole we've talked before but I mean is for me and my job. These shoes are an absolute nightmare and But I completely understand why athletes onto them. Of course I totally understand but it is a real issue for sponsored athletes who was sponsored by other brands and And they can clearly see people making these huge improvement treatments. This may not be the shoe but zoo. That new turnkey will recognize exactly. I mean we can't say it's definitely issues I mean. Can we say.

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"steph davies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"steph davies" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"The kinks day like the kinks times. Have you played that? When you and I first started. I don't know if you remember this. But a coach Bob was shadow coach hasn't come to see the majors this year, hashtag Koto Bob for life. And he he was sending me some Ray Davey Steph Davies came to the Warfield did a solo show is my point. And I went to the show. Find myself standing up in the balcony by myself knocked me on my ass. You want after another I like the Lakers Warfield or feel your come dancing. Murph. Your your paranoia will destroy all that stuff surprise. You had a longoria song? Yeah. I think he was desperately when he has last year was so bad. It was almost like Polly was rubbing two sticks together. Trying to start a fire. He was just like we gotta get something going here. That would make you write a song about. Well. You know, they actually have coke. Did you know this on baseball reference? There's something called the win. They win Brisbane wrote about it. Let me get it for you. You're looking at up I wanna credit Murph for like an underrated line. It's just starting to sink in now. And I'm appreciative it more and more, which is what the Beatles road, Victoria. They'd be writing books about it today. A great call. They was oh true. Have you talking about McCartney's genius air Meli, and how it was based on like a Bach concerto or something you know, what I may call them. Here you go win. Frankenstein..

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