Marathon Talk has returned in 2022 as part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors family. Hosted by Martin Yelling and the great Deena Kastor, every two weeks we'll bring you news, views and some amazing guest interviews from across the world of marathons and running.
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This is my favourite running podcast. Why didn’t I find it sooner? I have been listening religiously since I discovered it a few months ago. Long may it continue!
This isn't a bad podcast, the original iteration of Marathon Talk was wonderful, it was what running is best at, an open accepting community all supporting each other. more
A shadow of its former glory, feels heavily scripted and condemned to mention the Abbott World Marathon Majors at every available opportunity. I assume the podcast was revived as a marketing tool leveraging the reputation of the original format. Won’t be listening in the future I’m afraid (it’s painful!)
Abott majors, that’s it. No other running events exist. There’s no chemistry between the 2 presenters seems very fake and scripted in my opinion.
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Marathon Talk launched 14 years ago and published 643 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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