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#64: Bart Yasso: Race Everything!

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Release Date: 10/20/2017

#247: Jenny Jurek: Badass. Asian. American. Runner. Mom. Wife. show art #247: Jenny Jurek: Badass. Asian. American. Runner. Mom. Wife.

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We welcome Jenny Jurek - one of our favs - to The BibRave Podcast this week! She's an accomplished runner, climber, designer, author, & everything in between. Jenny shares the highs & the lows she experienced while crewing for her husband, Scott, on his Appalachian Trail FKT back in 2015. In the book NORTH, she spoke about some experiences as an Asian-American female in a part of the country that - frankly - doesn’t see a lot of people that look like her.

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#246: Who’s Behind the Chicago Marathon? show art #246: Who’s Behind the Chicago Marathon?

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Tim and Jess welcome Mike Nishi, Chief Operating Officer of Chicago Event Management to The BibRave Podcast! They put on the Bank of America Chicago Marathon (among other events)! As a Chicago native, Mike’s long history with the Chicago Marathon is fascinating (his childhood story of running it for his first time is mind-blowing). The fact that his company is now responsible for the herculean task of operating the race of more than 40,000 people gives his story even more cachet. 

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#245: Announcement!! Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus! show art #245: Announcement!! Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus!

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This is a big one, people! This week’s episode is all about BibRave’s latest offering & first-ever digital experience. We launched Run to Escape: Mission Mt. Olympus & this episode gives you the scoop on the background & creative process, as well as what you can expect from this experience that mixes running with the clues, codes, & explosive popularity of Escape Rooms.

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#244: Aliphine Does it Her Way show art #244: Aliphine Does it Her Way

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We’re thrilled to welcome back on this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast!  This lady has so much going on in her life and Tim and Jess cover it all. First, she just had a baby, Zoe Cherotich Gannon, so that’s been an adventure in and of itself! Aliphine talks about what her health, nutrition, and training have looked like postpartum, and how she’s looking forward to the next big thing in her life… the ! The three talk a lot about Aliphine’s training and mental outlook It’s super inspiring to hear from someone who genuinely believes in herself and her instincts! ...

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#243: How Hormones Impact Running Through the Years with Dr. Stacy Sims show art #243: How Hormones Impact Running Through the Years with Dr. Stacy Sims

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Get ready for another insightful convo with guest, Dr. Stacy Sims. She's an exercise physiologist, a nutrition scientist, & an expert in sex differences in training, nutrition, & health. We dive into all things hormones & our favorite topic that we hate to love - aging. Dr. Sims explains the differences between sex hormones & how they impact performance, fueling, & recovery with age. By understanding our bodies’ natural aging process, we can better optimize our fuel, training, & recovery to hit our goals!

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#242: WTF is Clubhouse? Or Hopin? New Tech and Tales From the BibRave Summit! show art #242: WTF is Clubhouse? Or Hopin? New Tech and Tales From the BibRave Summit!

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Tim, Jess, and Andy give listeners a behind-the-scenes peek into our recent BibRave Ambassador summit, which was held virtually for the second time and hosted on a new platform. Spoiler - we had an amazing time!

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#241: Reactions to Unlife Your Life, Asian Hate, and A Missoula Marathon Update! show art #241: Reactions to Unlife Your Life, Asian Hate, and A Missoula Marathon Update!

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Get ready for this week’s episode because it’s a doozy! First, Tim and Jess share some of the reactions they received from the Unlife Your Life episode, most of which really surprised them. The next topic is about #AsianHate, how it’s affected Jessica as an Asian American, and the incredible complexity behind racial issues today. Lastly, Tim and Jess talk with Ashley Cossairt, Interim Executive Director at Run Wild Missoula and Race Director of the Missoula Marathon.

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#240: Seeing the Unseen - Native Women Running with Verna Volker show art #240: Seeing the Unseen - Native Women Running with Verna Volker

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We welcome Native Women Running Founder, Verna Volker to The BibRave Podcast! NWR is an organization dedicated to encouraging Native women runners in the running community & amplifying their voices on & off the reservation. 

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#239: Will We Race in 2021? show art #239: Will We Race in 2021?

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A big welcome to Mark Colpoys, Senior Race Director/VP Event Production at EnMotive/Ventures Endurance, to The BibRave Podcast! He shares his take on racing during COVID and beyond. 

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#238: Unlife Your Life show art #238: Unlife Your Life

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We’ve got something different for you on this week’s installment of The BibRave Podcast. This episode is all about reexamining some of the choices society bakes into our lives. Think: going to college, buying a house, what job you take, etc. So many of the big life choices we make are either permanent or have a LONG-lasting impact on our happiness, identity, career prospects, relationships, and so on. 

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On this week’s episode of The BibRave Podcast, Tim and Jess chat with one of their favorite people in running and author of the new book Race Everything, “The Mayor of Running,” Bart Yasso. (you may remember Bart from Episode #9)

The three talk about Bart’s new book and why “starting lines” are so important to ALL runners, especially when it comes to exploring new distances, events, places, and people.

They also discuss Bart’s storied career (and approaching retirement), and how he’s witnessed the power of running transform lives, communities, gender roles, and lifestyles. It’s another great conversation with one of the nicest and most interesting people in running.

Check out the latest episode below. Also, don't forget to subscribe on Apple Podcasts, and if you like what you hear, please leave a review!

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!