RaceMob Podcast Episodes

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Breaking Barriers and Celebrating Black Excellence with Running - Tes Marshall

Episode #15

Dynamic race director Tes Sobomehin Marshall shares her intro into running, starting the Atlanta chapter of Black Girls Run, creating the Running Nerds and Run Social, and launching The Race a celebration in Black excellence.

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YouTube's Running Legend: Seth DeMoor Shares Training Tips, Injury Stories, and Celebrates His Recent Victory

Episode #14

Seth's an accomplished runner, dynamic personality, and all around great guy. It was so fun having him on the podcast! Fresh off a victory at the Pike's Peak Marathon, and celebrating his 100K subscriber to his YouTube channel. We had an absolute blast!

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Kevin Chang - RaceMob founder tells his story, fitness journey, and vision

Episode #13

We turn the microphone on Kevin, and get the inside scoop on his background, fitness journey, and why he started RaceMob. Plus, we get a sneak peek on his vision, and what's in store for RaceMob going forward.

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Boston Qualified! 3 Avalos siblings share training tips and stories from the event

Episode #12

Ray, Anthony, and Bre are some of the fastest and most accomplished runners you will find. Ray and Anthony have marathon times in the 2:40s and Bre has a marathon PR of 3:01. These siblings (with a 10 year age gap) qualified for the same Boston event even though they trained apart. Catch their training secrets, and stories from the event.

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Mermaid Series - Welcoming and Encouraging Women's Endurance Events with Carlo Facchino

Episode #11

The Mermaid Series features women’s running, duathlon, and triathlon events. And now spans three states - California, Washington, and my home state of Colorado. The Mermaid series is known for their welcoming atmosphere, and providing a safe zone for many beginners to complete their first event.

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Beep Beep! Elite Level Speed with Running Champ Verity Breen

Episode #10

Verity Breen has been an elite level endurance athlete for nearly 30 years. She had early success in triathlons, and was named to the Australian national team. She then focused on running, winning prestigious races from around the world. Learn the techniques that keep her running at an elite level, and how she continues to crush race after race.

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Behind the Scenes at the Big Sur Marathon

Episode #9

The Big Sur International Marathon has been named to nearly every “Top Marathon” list in existence, and is a famous bucket list race for most runners. Today we dive behind the scenes at this historic event with Race Director Doug Thurston and Marketing/Communications Manager Hilary Fujii.

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Selecting the Right Running Shoes - with Legendary Store Owner Chris Schenone

Episode #8

Running Revolution store owner Chris Schenone joins us on the podcast to go in depth on running shoes. We get the history behind some of the most talked about brands, as well as tips for selecting the right shoes.

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Open Course Racing - a New Type of Virtual Event with Pacific Coast Trail Runs' Greg Lanctot

Episode #7

Greg Lanctot is a pillar in the trail running community - as the owner of Pacific Coast Trail Runs, one of the longest running race organizations in the world. PCTR is launching a new concept - Open Course Racing - with the TOGETHERelay! Greg and his team have mapped out 70 segments spanning 370+ miles throughout the Bay Area. And it all seamlessly syncs with your GPS watch or phone app using a PWR Lab account.

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Conquering 40 Spartan Races a Year in his 50's with Chris Smith

Episode #6

Chris is a highly regarded track and field athlete and a college football player. He is an accomplished Adapted Physical Education (APE) instructor and personal trainer. But it wasn’t until his forties when a run changed his identity. In this episode, we talk about Chris’s physical gifts, what drives him during his 30-mile obstacle course events, how a marathon changed his life, and of the 40 Spartan races, he ran last year, which one he recommends the most. We also talk about his work teaching APE to special education students.