It was an honour to speak with elite runner Joseph Gray in Episode 59. In this special episode we speak about:
What a runner’s life means to him
Explore how early experiences shaped his career
Some key lessons he’s learnt from his parents
What does your potential look like
How he has dealt with racial abuse whilst competing
How everyone has a role in the diversity conversation
Why he setup project inspire diversity
He shares an example of how vital support is to a young athletes development.
Bonus material: We also speak about the role that Black Trail Runners are playing in increasing access, education and representation for people of colour in outdoor spaces. Head over to the full episode (ep. 11 of the checkpoint) and scroll to 59.04 to listen to the full answer.
You can follow him on Instagram at @joegeezi
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