'Why do you run?' Runners are asked this question a thousand times. They are asked by friends, family, strangers, but mostly they ask themselves. Personal Record is a podcast for everyday runners like you looking for the most elusive answer to the most obvious question...Why?
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Tim has great guests and makes it feel like the conversation that you might want to have with people on a long run. He asks interesting questions and also lets the conversation flow. Keep it up!
Awesome podcast. Tim has a natural ability to interview and make guests feel comfortable. Whether you’re just starting out or an elite athlete, this podcast has something for you.
Tim is an amazing host and the personal record podcast never disappoints. more
Love listing to this podcast it’s easy to listen to and Tim has interesting guest and great questions.
Tim has a knack for interviewing runners. It's great to be able to hear what makes these runners tick and what drives them.
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Personal Record launched 6 years ago and published 48 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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