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Runners of Durango
44 minutes | Oct 28, 2019
Episode 10: Shedding the light on (Kyle) Curtin
Thanks to @OGfirenation for the punny title. If you have punny title suggestions, let me know.On this episode, I sat down with Kyle Curtin. We discussed his UTMB result, his Tahoe 200 win, his history with running, and a little dive into Durango's running culture. You can follow Kyle on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/curtin103/On Strava at https://www.strava.com/athletes/11318186#interval?interval=201703&interval_type=month&chart_type=miles&year_offset=2His multiple summits of the Hog: https://www.strava.com/activities/1461758679?share_sig=MPB31BE41572274043&utm_medium=social&utm_source=android_share
44 minutes | Sep 21, 2019
Episode 9: Maggie Guterl
On this episode, I got to sit down and interview ultra runner and Tailwind employee Maggie Guterl. I got to learn how she got into running, what drew her into ultras, and what brought her to Durango.About Tailwind: Tailwind mixes with water to meet your calorie, hydration, and electrolyte needs, no matter how big a day’s in front of you. Deliberately mild, customers describe the flavors as “clean” and “light” with a mouth feel as close to water as you can get while still meeting your nutrition needs
49 minutes | Aug 9, 2019
Episode 8: Robert Marks
On this episode, I didn't get the opportunity to sit down with anyone for this next episode, so instead I interviewed myself! I discuss what to me into sports, how I discovered running, and a bit of what led me to into the ultra world.If you enjoyed this episode, please rate it and provide feedback on whichever platform you take in your podcasts. You can also provide me feedback on my instagram @trailrunningmustache or twitter @trailrunstacheHappy trails!
49 minutes | Jul 5, 2019
Episode 6: William Mitchell
On this episode of the Runners of Durango Podcast, I sit down with my new friend William Mitchell to discuss his history with running, what brought him to Durango, and his first 100 miler. I met Will just this past year and started training with him when I was introduced by a mutual friend. I got to go on many of his runs towards the last portion of his 100 mile training and during his taper and was ecstatic to hear about his result. This episode is actually the second time I had seen him since he had returned from Bighorn and the first time I heard anything in detail about his race. One of my favorite episodes yet and I hope you enjoy it.
38 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Episode 5: Maggie Yount
On this episode of the Runners of Durango podcast, I sit down with local elite Maggie Yount. We discuss how she started running, her family, how they came to Durango, her thoughts on the Durango Running Culture, and racing.
45 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Episode 4: Krista Scott
On this episode of the Runners of Durango Podcast, I sat down with Krista to discuss a number of topics: healthcare (briefly), running, the world marathon majors, qualifying for Boston, and what we love about Durango.
23 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Episode 3: Bill
On this episode I sit down with my friend Bill to discuss his story of coming to Durango and how he started running.
36 minutes | Jun 21, 2019
Episode 2: Callie Cole
On the second episode of the Runners of Durango Podcast, I sat down with my friend Callie to discuss what brought her here to Durango, how she started running, her different running adventures, and how she changed the running community inadvertently.
66 minutes | Jun 17, 2019
Episode 1: Sean Meissner
On this first episode of the Runners of Durango Podcast, I sit down with a friend of mine and local running coach Sean Meissner. Sean is an incredibly accomplished marathoner and ultramarathoner, running coach, and race director. I sat down with him to discuss what got him into running, how he discovered Durango, got his thoughts on some of the different things going on in the sport currently, and his experience with being an RD. I enjoyed this episode and I hope you do too.
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