Synopsis

Podcast by On The Run

Episodes

  • 93. How UConn Alum Rallied To Save The Track Team | The FloTrack Podcast

    93. How UConn Alum Rallied To Save The Track Team | The FloTrack Podcast

    25/06/2020 Duration: 34min

    Kevin and Gordon chat with Virginia Tech throws coach and UConn alum Andrew Dubs who led the way in raising $1.6 Million to save the UConn track program.

  • 92. What Will Marathoners Do Now That Fall Majors Are Being Canceled? | The FloTrack Podcast

    92. What Will Marathoners Do Now That Fall Majors Are Being Canceled? | The FloTrack Podcast

    24/06/2020 Duration: 43min

    Gordon and Lincoln react to the news that the 2020 NYC Marathon, originally scheduled for Nov. 1, has been canceled due to COVID-19 concerns. Also, the guys discuss Nico Young's 13:50.55 5,000m run and what it means for his future at NAU.

  • 91. Nia Akins On Signing w/ Brooks, Being A Nurse  TFs Role In BLM | The FloTrack Podcast

    91. Nia Akins On Signing w/ Brooks, Being A Nurse & T&F's Role In BLM | The FloTrack Podcast

    23/06/2020 Duration: 57min

    New Brooks Beasts athlete and former Penn star Nia Akins joins the show to discuss moving to Seattle, ending her collegiate career in the best shape of her life, how she plans to pursue a nursing career while running and the lessons of the Black Lives Matter movement for the track and field community.

  • 90. Reflecting On Duane Solomon’s Career | The FloTrack Podcast

    90. Reflecting On Duane Solomon’s Career | The FloTrack Podcast

    22/06/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Gordon and Kevin recap the career of Duane Solomon, who announced his retirement over the weekend.

  • 89. Will Marks This Summer Count As Olympic Trials Qualifiers? | The FloTrack Podcast

    89. Will Marks This Summer Count As Olympic Trials Qualifiers? | The FloTrack Podcast

    19/06/2020 Duration: 43min

    Kevin and Gordon discuss the unknown decision USATF will make on if meets held this summer will count towards 2021 Olympic Trials qualification.

  • 88. Happy Hour With Grant Holloway | The FloTrack Podcast

    88. Happy Hour With Grant Holloway | The FloTrack Podcast

    18/06/2020 Duration: 49min

    110m hurdle world champion Grant Holloway joins the show to discuss what he's been up to during lockdown, his favorites wines, the Christian Coleman case and his response to the nationwide protests regarding police brutality against Black Americans.

  • 87. Christian Coleman Responds To Suspension | The FloTrack Podcast

    87. Christian Coleman Responds To Suspension | The FloTrack Podcast

    17/06/2020 Duration: 55min

    Kevin and Lincoln speak with 100m world champion Christian Coleman about his suspension due to whereabouts failures that was announced on Tuesday by the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU). Coleman says he arrived back at home during the testing window on December 9, 2019 after doing some Christmas shopping, and that he never received a phone call from the doping control officer to indicate a test was to be initiated. The AIU says it knocked on Coleman’s door every 10 minutes for an hour with no response, and that no phone call is required in testing protocol. Plenty still needs to be sorted out in this case, but as it is, the world’s fastest man is facing the possibility of missing the 2021 Olympics if a two-year suspension is implemented.

  • 86. A 2020 NCAA Athlete Has (Finally) Signed A Brand Deal | The FloTrack Podcast

    86. A 2020 NCAA Athlete Has (Finally) Signed A Brand Deal | The FloTrack Podcast

    16/06/2020 Duration: 38min

    Gordon and Lincoln react to former Penn All-American Nia Akins joining the Brooks Beasts, the first known footwear sponsorship deal for a 2020 collegiate athlete. The guys discuss Akins' prospects for making Olympic/World Championship teams in the coming years and speculate why she is joining a group without other female 800m runners. Also discussed: who is next up to sign a sponsorship deal?

  • 85. Why Is World Athletics Losing Money? | The FloTrack Podcast

    85. Why Is World Athletics Losing Money? | The FloTrack Podcast

    15/06/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Kevin and Gordon react to leaked financial reports showing World Athletics losing money three out of four years. And discuss the 35-year-old mother who ran a 15:04 5k over the weekend.

  • 84. Winners And Losers From The Impossible Games | The FloTrack Podcast

    84. Winners And Losers From The Impossible Games | The FloTrack Podcast

    12/06/2020 Duration: 53min

    Track is back! Kind of. Lincoln and Kevin discuss the fast times, remote competition, and cardboard cutouts in the stands at the Impossible Games.

  • 83. Pro Track  Field Is Embracing The Weird In 2020 | The FloTrack Podcast

    83. Pro Track & Field Is Embracing The Weird In 2020 | The FloTrack Podcast

    11/06/2020 Duration: 53min

    Kevin and Lincoln discuss the newly-announced entries for the Inspiration Games on July 9, including Dalilah Muhammad and Noah Lyles, and banter about the unusual events that will be contested at the meet.

  • 82. Why Brown Brought Back Mens TF/XC + Impossible Games Preview | The FloTrack Podcast

    82. Why Brown Brought Back Men's T&F/XC + Impossible Games Preview | The FloTrack Podcast

    10/06/2020 Duration: 41min

    Gordon and Lincoln discuss Brown University's decision to reinstate their men's track and field and cross country programs just 12 days after it was announced they would be cut. Plus, the guys preview Thursday's Impossible Games in Oslo, Norway.

  • 81. Simulating The 2020 NCAA Womens Outdoor Championships | The FloTrack Podcast

    81. Simulating The 2020 NCAA Women's Outdoor Championships | The FloTrack Podcast

    09/06/2020 Duration: 53min

    Gordon and Kevin hypothesize about what would have happened at the NCAA Women's Outdoor Championships.

  • 80. The Curious Case Of Salwa Eid Nasers Missed Tests | The FloTrack Podcast

    80. The Curious Case Of Salwa Eid Naser's Missed Tests | The FloTrack Podcast

    08/06/2020 Duration: 49min

    Kevin and Lincoln discuss the revelation that each of Salwa Eid Naser's three missed tests took place ahead of the 2019 World Championships, and how it's possible that she was still able to compete in Doha. The guys also cover the latest Ultimate Garden Clash, treadmill world records and the upcoming Impossible Games on June 11.

  • 79. What We Know About Salwa Eid Nasers Suspension | The FloTrack Podcast

    79. What We Know About Salwa Eid Naser's Suspension | The FloTrack Podcast

    05/06/2020 Duration: 42min

    Gordon and Lincoln discuss Salwa Eid Naser's provisional anti-doping suspension for whereabouts failures that was levied by the Athletics Integrity Unit late on Thursday. The guys discuss the details around Naser's three failures and how it's possible that the third-fastest woman in history could still compete at the Olympics in 2021.

  • 78. Simulating The 2020 NCAA Mens Outdoor Championships | The FloTrack Podcast

    78. Simulating The 2020 NCAA Men's Outdoor Championships | The FloTrack Podcast

    04/06/2020 Duration: 57min

    Gordon and Kevin hypothesize about what would have happened at the NCAA Men's Outdoor Championships.

  • 77. What To Look Forward To When Track Returns | The FloTrack Podcast

    77. What To Look Forward To When Track Returns | The FloTrack Podcast

    04/06/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Lincoln and Kevin discuss the list of things they'd like to see if track returns in 2020.

  • 76. Carl Lewis Tells His Story Of Being Racially Profiled | The FloTrack Podcast

    76. Carl Lewis Tells His Story Of Being Racially Profiled | The FloTrack Podcast

    02/06/2020 Duration: 52min

    We chat with track and field legend Carl Lewis on COVID-19's impact on the sport, the George Floyd protests and much more.

  • 75. Track Athletes Speak Up Amid Protests | The FloTrack Podcast

    75. Track Athletes Speak Up Amid Protests | The FloTrack Podcast

    01/06/2020 Duration: 44min

    Lincoln and Gordon discuss track and field athletes' responses to the nationwide protests surrounding the killing of George Floyd. The dilemma that black athletes face in representing the U.S. while the country still deals with systemic racism has become a topic in recent days.

  • 74. What Happens To The Rest Of The Fall Marathon Season? | The FloTrack Podcast

    74. What Happens To The Rest Of The Fall Marathon Season? | The FloTrack Podcast

    29/05/2020 Duration: 51min

    After the cancelation of the Boston Marathon, Lincoln and Kevin discuss if other major races will be held in 2020, Brown cutting their men’s track and field and cross country programs and David Rudisha’s ankle surgery.

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