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Marathon Talk

Presented by Martin Yelling and Tom Williams Marathon Talk is the UK’s number one running podcast. Released for free every week the show has had almost 5million downloads with listeners across the world. The show is available on iTunes and Spotify. Marathon Talk has established a trusted, credible and respected voice within the running community and was shortlisted as one of the Mixcloud 2016 industry Online Radio Awards.

May 29, 2019

Mo Farah and Steph Twell retain their British 10k titles, the day after Melissa Courtney and Chris O’Hare triumph over the mile. There’s another high profile positive from Kenya, and James Williams is looking to break the Land’s End to John o'Groats record. Sarah Dudgeon interviews Adharanand Finn, Training Talk...


May 22, 2019

On this week’s show Martin speaks to Hayley Carruthers about ‘that London Marathon’ finish from this year’s race, the London Marathon ballot is the biggest ever, there could be a new world marathon major, it’s a down-down at Comrades and fast in Manchester. Nicky Spinks does the Paddy Buckley Double. In...


May 15, 2019

On this week’s show Tom hosts a Q&A with Nicky Spinks where they talk all things Double Bob and the Barkley Marathons, Mo and Galen are running Chicago, Aly Dixon ups the distance, Athletics South Africa will appeal the decision against Caster Semenya, and there’s quite possibly the greatest dip ever from someone...


May 8, 2019

On this week’s show we’re joined by the the 3rd fastest female British marathoner in history after her recent 2hr25min in London, Charlotte Purdue. Eliud Kipchoge announces another crack at going sub 2 hours the marathon. Caster Semenya has her CAS appeal rejected, there’s a new 50-mile world best, Training Talk...


May 1, 2019

We bring you all the news from a spectacular Virgin Money London Marathon. There were world records for a fastest second half, first loser, and third placer... incredible performances from male and female Brits, stories galore, and Eliud Kipchoge at his glorious best. We also catch up with Sarah O’shea about how her...