Sep 27, 2019
We’re excited to bring you Episode 163 of The BibRave Podcast! This week’s episode is brought to you by our friends at Zwift. Make sure to join Team BibRave on Turn It Up Tuesdays - a group run that features structured workouts, fun training, and loads of FUN! 🙌
This week Tim, Jess, and Julia talk about the recent release of the 2020 Boston Marathon cut-off times, and the fact that over 3,000 qualifying runners still didn’t make it despite times being lowered by 5 minutes! They discuss the impact of downhill races, shoes, technology, and also alternative options. They then share the recent story of a runner who has been disqualified at numerous racing events, and recently released a statement about her anxiety disorder. Is cheating ever “ok?” Give the conversation a listen and join in the debate by tagging @BibRave and using the hashtag #BRPodcast.
🏝 Race-cation ready? Join Team BibRave for the BibRave Bahamas Getaway: Exuma Marathon, November 7th-11th. Stay at the luxurious @GrandIsleResort and create a race weekend like you’ll never forget! Book today!
Have you checked out our latest podcast special series? 😍 Check out Explain Like I'm 5: Bone Conduction, A Special Podcast Feature by AfterShokz - we tap into YouTube-renowned audiologist, Dr. Cliff Olson, AuD. Dr. Cliff is an expert in all things related to Audiology, and his insight into the science and benefits of bone conduction are extremely illuminating. 💡
And, if you enjoyed this episode, we would love it if you could leave us a review on iTunes! Want to join the podcast conversation? Message us on social - Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook - and don’t forget to use the hashtags #BibChat & #BRPodcast!
For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!
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