67 Min Released Dec 15, 2016

Episode 33: Breaking the 2-Hour Marathon

A behind-the-scenes look at Nike’s audacious attempt to break one of the most formidable barriers in running—the sub-two-hour marathon. We hear from the elite runners involved, members of the Nike team working on the Breaking2 project, and we provide our own perspective on the attempt. (2:34)

Inside Broadway’s first a cappella musical—In Transit. We talk to one of the show’s creators, Sara Wordsworth, about how her own running experience helped her create the running storyline that’s in the show. (28:06)

In the Kick, a pair of classic—and hard to find—running shoes goes for big bucks when up for auction, a runner finds a great way to fit some golf into his run schedule, and more tips for going long on the treadmill. *(59:18)
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