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The BibRave Podcast Episode 141: Ian Sharman, running the Boston Marathon twice in one day

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Today we bring you Episode 141 of The BibRave Podcast – featuring a race recap of Jess’s Boston Marathon and a catch-up with Ian Sharman in Boston. You know Ian as a frequent podcast guest and a serious ultra runner! This week’s episode is brought to you by Brooks Running. Brooks has partnered with BibRave to create Nashville Notes: a Runner’s Guide to Music City, featuring all the race weekend inspiration and recommendations you need for St. Jude Rock ‘n’ Roll Nashville.

When Tim and Jess talk to Ian they discuss all the details that go into an attempt at the Boston double, running from the finish to the start before he runs the Boston Marathon. That leads to an interesting conversation about running and pacing by feel, learning how to do that, and getting out of your comfort zone.

Check out our past episodes with Ian Sharman:

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Show Notes:

For those digging the sweet ukulele intro music, that comes to us from the talented musician and running coach, Matt Flaherty. Check out his site for more audio goodness!

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Thanks, and hope you enjoy!

1 comment on “The BibRave Podcast Episode 141: Ian Sharman, running the Boston Marathon twice in one day

  1. Pingback: The BibRave Podcast Episode 167: Ian Sharman: “The Harder It Gets, the More It’ll Mean” – BibRave Blog

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