September 4, 2019
Donavan Brazier made history by becoming the first American man to win a Diamond League distance final.
Christian Coleman was cleared to compete by USADA, and the Brussels Diamond League final is Friday ( Sifan Hassan vs Hellen Obiri, Michael Norman and Fred Kerley) so we had a lot to talk about.
Plus, Rojo is back from vacation and that means our Alberto Salazar segment is back, plus NOP, Bowerman Track, and Jerry Schumacher talk. Kenenise Bekele is in the Berlin Marathon and the BofA Chicago Marathon men’s field with Galen Rupp and Mo Farah is the stacked race of the fall. Drew Hunter out of Worlds. “JV” pro teams and JV “pros”. Eliud Kipchoge INEOS 1:59 talk and transgender NCAA D1 cross country talk with June Eastwood.
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Show notes (click on a timestamp to listen there)
[4:29] Alberto Salazar NOP/Jerry Schumacher Bowerman Talk
[12:48] Drew Hunter out of Worlds
[16:35] Race of Week: Donavan Brazier 1st American Man to Win DL Distance Title
[25:09] Christian Coleman cleared to compete
Note: Christian Coleman’s dad didn’t like some of Rojo’s comments on his son and posted on LetsRun.com about that. The thread on that is here.
[36:14] BofA Chicago Marathon, Kenensia Bekele Berling Marathon and Eliud Kipchoge INEOS 1:59 Talk
[50:08] Jon’s beard
[54:19 ]Brussels Diamond League Final Preview: Hassan vs Obiri, Norman vs Kerley, Ajee Wilson and Americans in 800
[66:36] Transgender NCAA XC Talk
[82:26] Ultra marathon talk: Killian Jornet runs Pike’s Peak instead of UTMB, Courtney Dauwalter wins UTMB and Jornet going up Mt. Everest again
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