#82 - Nick Bester on how to turn a set-back into a set-up, and run a sub 2.30 marathon
This conversation is with Nick Bester, who is a sub 2:30 marathoner and a running coach.
We speak about:
What a runner’s life means to him.
How he started his running journey, his role as a coach and why community is important to him.
His role as Africa Marathons Coach and his experiences running Comrades, and the Two Oceans Marathon etc.
Comparing running in South Africa to running in London.
He shares his current race goals.
Missing his sub 2.30 goal in London (2.30.01) and how he achieved this goal in Berlin.
Three key things he did in his training to help him go from the sub 3 range down to the sub 2.30 range.
Plus much more.
His social links are:
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