The final episode of 2018! It’s been quite a bullshit year, so what could be better than making a podcast about it? There are some proper pearls of wisdom in this episode and, frankly, more calls to action than is decent.
We’ve got a whole load of race hate for you on this episode. Wait, what? Phrasing? No that seems ok to me…
- The athletes starving themselves for success
- Anyika Onuora: Olympic medallist on body image confidence issues as a young athlete
This episode is a bit boob obsessed, but for all the right reasons! Hannah the Runner is our amazing guest as we tackle some of the week’s running news, and continue to complain about the thing we love the most.
- GP’s see increase in ‘runner’s boob’ – here’s what it is and how you can prevent it
- Shenzhen Half Marathon: Traffic cameras catch cheats taking shortcut
- Can You Run a Half Marathon Faster Than Will Smith?
- No Run Intended – Amazon
How not to propose during a marathon, Americans in sports bras, and complaining about every single thing in the lead up to a big race.
This week we want your toilet stories! Send them to us on twitter and Facebook.
- It’s 2018. Stop Telling Women What to Wear | Rowan University Sports Bra Ban
- Sports Bra Suspension At Rowan University
- SPORTS BRA ARTICLE RAISES QUESTIONS
- Woman Beats All the Men by More Than a Minute at the Boise Marathon
- Japanese runner breaks her leg
The podcast that hates to love running is back with your responses to last week when we solved gender inequality in running (you’re welcome), discussing our bitter jealousy of world records and we even manage to rope in a guest! Kate Derrick is the Grumpy Jogger, so who better to tell us all about what she hates most about running.
Don’t forget to let us know about your chafing issues, and what has been BS about your running this week.
- Ed Whitlock Marathon Record | Pennsylvania 70-Year-Old Goes Sub-3:00 in Toronto
- Abraham Kiptum Breaks Half Marathon World Record
- Defying age to run beyond your years
- Runners forced to wade through ankle-deep water during the Venice Marathon