Simon Essuman
20 May 2015

Podcast: Ghost town at AAI Games; Highgate hits the right note; Foster flies in Clermont

Part two of this week’s podcast reflects on the underwhelming AAI Games, where the atmosphere was distinctly lacking. In London, the atmosphere proved superb at the Highgate night of the 10,000m PBs as several Irish athletes took to the track. We hear from Liam Brady’s coach Rob Denmead and get

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Thomas Barr qualifies for Final as fastest Qualifer
20 May 2015

Podcast:Thomas Tanks It; Mulcaire magnificent, and is Gatlin good for the sport?

Thomas Tanks It; Mulcaire magnificent, and is Gatlin good for the sport? This week, we reflect and celebrate two breakout performances from a pair of young Irish stars and enter into a dark discussion about an ageing villain of the sport who continues to defy logic. Kevin Mulcaire broke John

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27 May 2014

Santry sprintfest, Bahamas bonanza as Schools set for classic

In this week’s podcast, we dissect last weekend’s AAI Games in Santry and the World Relays in the Bahamas, all the while casting our critical eye on the weekend’s activities. We discuss the difference between a jogger and a runner and take all your random questions, asking whether the IAAF

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Galen Rupp
28 Jan 2014

Cullen refuses to back down, Indoor season ignites, and Rupp ‘cains’ opposition

Mary Cullen joined us for this week’s podcast to talk about her journey back to the top after a litany of injuries. She returned to form with a bang at the Raheny 5-mile on Sunday to move to second on the all-time Irish list, and with a clean bill of

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