In Episode 8, Sandy and Pat interview the Ari Gold of Track & Field; Ray Flynn. Well… maybe not that, but one of the pre-eminent athletics agents, and the Irish Mile Recold Holder (3:49.77). Ray shares stories of his record run at the Dream Mile in Oslo, his thoughts about running professionally, what the best contract he tries to negotiate is, as well as the emergence of the East Coast mile series, and specifically, the Sir Walter Miler.
In Episode 7, Sandy interviews NC State Wolfpack alum, Andrew Colley, about his exemplary collegiate career, his journey to Zap Fitness/Reebok to embark on his pro career, his battle with injuries in a mini segment called “Summer of Denials,” bouncing back, and of course his connection to Raleigh and the Sir Walter Miler!
In Episode 6, Pat interviews 2017 Sir Walter Miler competitor, Stephanie Brown, to chat about her start in running back in small town Illinois, her collegiate career at Arkansas and training with Christin Wurth-Thomas, her sub 4:30 mile run at the 2016 Sir Walter Miler, and her interests in cooking and photography.
Episode 5 is the #BlueJeansMile episode! Sandy interviews Victor Lytvinenko of Raleigh Denim to discuss the startup of the iconic Raleigh brand, as well as their involvement with the Citius Mag presents the Raleigh Denim Mile. After that, Pat interviews Chris Chavez of Citus Mag and Sports Illustrated about the rise of the Blue Jeans Mile, his experience at the 2015 Sir Walter Miler, and what he’s looking forward to this year.
On Episode 3, Sandy Roberts sits down with recent NC State graduate, Megan Moye. An ACC 1500m Champion and multiple time All-American, Megan is excited to take a shot at the sub 4:30 barrier at the 2017 Sir Walter Miler; and she breaks the news about where she will be running professionally, and what club and shoe company she’ll be representing on the starting line August 4th!
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On Episode 2, we sit down with new Nike Oregon Project athlete, Craig Engels, and discuss his senior year at Ole Miss, his decision to sign with Flynn Sports, Nike Running, and the Nike Oregon Project, and of course his goal of breaking 4:00 in the mile for the first time at the 2017 Sir Walter Miler. Also, a transcription of this interview is available here via Citius Mag.