Episode 43 - Coping with the Heat: Tom Evans
Cooor its hot! How do you cope with running in the heat? We spoke to Ultra Runner, Tom Evans, fresh from his bronze medal at the World Ultra Trail Championships. We talk about how he took up competitve Ultra Running after a boozy bet, who he trains for the longer distances, and how he specifically trains for hot ultra races. We also discuss Jermaine's over active imagination, driving buses through puddles and Shaun's pitiful attempt to run sub 30mins at 10k.
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