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Episode 58 – Ryan Hill interview

Ryan Hill stops by the Summer of Miles to talk to Pat and Sandy about his path to Hoka One One and NAZ Elite, as well as his departure from Nike and Bowerman Track Club.

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Bumper Music: Bahamas, Houston Brothers, Grass Cats, Oddisee

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Episode 56 – All you need to know about the 2020 Raleigh Half Marathon

Episode 56 is your audio race packet for the 2020 Raleigh Half Marathon. Sandy and Pat walk through packet pickup to the afterparty, as well as how to run the course! Too lazy to read the pre-race emails? Dig into this episode! If you’re looking to get some help breaking a time barrier this Saturday, pacer extraordinaire Sean O’Neal joins us at the end to talk about what to expect from running with a pace group, and more!

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Episode 55 – Tom Nobles interview

On Episode 55, Sandy and Pat sit down with local 2020 Olympic Trials Marathon qualifier, Tom Nobles. Tom talks about his beginnings in running for Green Hope, his stellar career at UNC Charlotte, and finally where he is now in training and racing. He discusses his 2:17 performance at the California International Marathon, his goals for the Trials, and more!

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Episode 54 – Shari Eberhard interview

On Episode 54, the “Miles to the Trials” series continues, as Pat interviews Raleigh Distance Project’s Shari Eberhard. Shari talks about her experience at USATF Club Cross Country Nationals this past weekend, her Olympic Trials Qualifying race at the 2019 Chicago Marathon, and her time in Raleigh; which includes some of her favorite places to run, and to relax. She also discusses running at the famed York High School, and what she’s doing to get ready for Atlanta.

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Episode 53 – Jesse Williams (Sound Running) interview

On Episode 53, Sandy and Pat discuss the Pursuit Ales “Toe the Line” release (and where to get it), Giving Tuesday, the formation of the Gray Squirrel Track Club (and the Tracksmith singlets), as well as the partnership with The Longleaf Hotel. Pat then interviews Sound Running’s Jesse Williams about training for the Raleigh Half Marathon, the Track Meet, and the Sound Running Tour.

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Episode 52 – Jay and Jeremy Bond (Bond Brothers Beer Co. / Pursuit Ales) interview

On Episode 52, Sandy and Pat head over to Bond Brothers Beer Company to chat with Jay and Jeremy Bond about the launch of Pursuit Ales, the “Toe the Line” release party Friday, and why they started the brand. They also talk about the 2020 Raleigh Half Marathon (and a Black Friday discount code), Turkey Trots, and what they’re thankful for in running.

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Episode 51 – Andrew Bumbalough interview

On Episode 51, Nike Bowerman Track Club’s Marathoner Andrew Bumbalough calls into the podcast to help introduce the “Miles to the Trials” series. Bumbalough talks about his big run in Chicago, pacing Eliud Kipchoge at Breaking2 in 2017, racing in Nike’s Next%, his buildup to the Olympic Trials Marathon in Atlanta, and how to run McAlpine Park to qualify for Foot Locker Nationals.

Sandy and Pat also discuss the return of the Raleigh Half Marathon, and what to expect, and get excited about, in 2020!

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Episode 50 – Tim Jeffreys of The 41st Day (Ryan Hall film) interview

On Episode 50, Tim Jeffreys chats with Pat about the release of his new film, The 41st Day, a documentary about 2:04:59 marathoner Ryan Hall. We talked about the 7 year journey that started with a Kickstarter campaign, took him to Ethiopia, and how he handled Ryan’s career taking some challenging turns, and their relationship along the way. He also weighs in on the INEOS 1:59 Challenge, the 2020 Marathon Trials, and the 2020 Track & Field Trials in Eugene, Oregon. The 41st Day will be screened on Thursday, October 24th at the Alamo Drafthouse at 5pm and 8pm. Tim will do a Q&A after each screening. Get tickets at SirWalterRunning.com.

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Episode 49 – Hall of Fame Coach Rollie Geiger interview

On Episode 49, Sandy and Pat stop by the office of 2019 USTFCCA Hall of Fame inductee, Coach Rollie Geiger. We chat with Coach Geiger about how he got to Raleigh in the first place, his long and successful tenure at NC State, his job before coaching, recruiting in the social media age, what keeps him excited 40 years in, where he finds inspiration for the team, some key workouts the team does, changes in training theory, different areas the team has run in Raleigh, and some quick takes on Sir Walter Miler, the Krispy Kreme Challenge, and more! Tune in for a great conversation with a local (and national) legend! (and stay tuned after the interview for some messages from his former athletes)

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