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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.

Oct 16, 2019

What a weekend for running! On Saturday the world was captivated by the Ineos 159 challenge that saw Eliud Kipchoge become the first person to run a marathon distance in under 2hours, then, on Sunday in Chicago fellow Kenyan Brigid Kosgei obliterated Paula Radcliffe’s world record. We’re joined by Two Hours author...


Oct 9, 2019

Noel Thatcher joins us to discuss the final week’s action from the IAAF world championships in Doha, Holly follows up her interview with sports dietician Renee McGregor and Training Talk looks at getting injured in the run up to race day. And... as the dust settles, we delve into the four year ban for doping...


Oct 2, 2019

Martin and Holly look back at events from the IAAF World champs in Doha, where it’s been hot... and quiet. The GOAT was hot and quick in Berlin, physio Paul Hobrough joins Anji to talk running injuries on this week's interview. Show sponsor Runderwear's founder Richard Edmonds drops into the studio, you rate your...


Sep 25, 2019

On this weeks show we speak to 3100:Run and Become filmmaker Sanjay Rawal about seeking transcendence through running, we look forward to the women's marathon at the World Champs in Doha this Friday. Kipchoge enlists 42 pacemakers to help him break the 2hr marathon and Cheriot and Kastor are both out of Berlin Marathon...


Sep 18, 2019

Tom speaks to current Comrades champion (and up-run record-holder) Gerda Steyn, Martin's back from the beach, we’re recording on a Friday so the news hasn’t happened yet, and Training Talk goes back to the 1950s.