Boston Marathon runner-up Sarah Sellers talks about her race and sudden fame after finishing second in a marathon major in her second try at the distance.
After a keen observation from Docs, at (4:17) the guys start the show off talking about last weekends George Washington Parkway Classic 10 miler.
At (12:10) we are joined by 2nd place Boston Marathon finisher Sarah Sellers. At (13:40) we talk about how Sarah got her start in running, and at (15:13) we talk about her time at Weber St.
At (16:15) we talk about how she gets her training in around her full time job as a nurse anesthetist.
At (21:20) we talk about her path to Boston, winning the Huntsville Marathon and signing up to join her younger brother.
At (23:15) Sarah talks about her thoughts concerning the weather going into Boston and her expectations going into the race and at (25:15) we talk about getting into the elite start wave and how she managed the weather at the start of the race.
At (29:30) Sarah talks about the first half of the Boston Marathon.
At (32:17) we ask Sarah about the second half of her race and then at (36:15) Sarah talks about the last few miles of the race.
At (37:42) Sarah talks about the last 600m of the race and crossing the finish line. At (45:03) we ask Sarah about the current state of American distance running and being a part of that. At (46:50) we ask Sarah what is next for her.
At (47:50) we ask Sarah what it was like to go back to work after Boston and at (49:30) we talk about her social media and her interaction with Kara Goucher. We are back at (51:56) to recap the interview and we make an offer on the spot.
At (56:44) we talk a bit more about the men’s winner Yuki Kawauchi and a rumor about his motivation for the race.
At (1:02:57) we talk about a viral tweet by Caitlin K.
I think we all wanted this set to Titanic. You’re welcome. pic.twitter.com/zP8FR4R3KN
— Caitlin K. (@catydidski) April 18, 2018
At (1:05:22) we recap the sparsely host-attended PTN Happy Hour.
We close out at (1:12:41) with a question to Farley about the Boston Bike experience.