71 Min Released Mar 9, 2017

Episode 44: Testing the Limits

The latest on Nike’s Breaking2 project—the company’s quest to help three of the world’s best athletes run a sub two-hour-marathon. We take a deep look at Nike’s recent half marathon test run in Monza, Italy, along with a breakdown of Nike’s latest innovations in footwear—and the controversy surrounding them. (1:33)

In the Kick, the regular ways runners always fail their precious feet, Sara Hall’s key to a marathon breakthrough, and the best foods for runners on-the-go. (1:02:20)

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Host: David Willey

Producers: Sylvia Ryerson, Christine Fennessy and Brian Dalek

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