Craig Engels. The man. The legend. Craig Engels joins the Sweat Elite podcast two weeks before one of the biggest days of his life - the USA Olympic Trials in which he has his sights set on qualifying for the Tokyo Olympic Games in the 1500m (and possibly 800m).
Craig Engels, for those unfamiliar, is one of USA's fastest middle distance runners with personal bests of 1:44.68 (800m), 3:33.64 (1500m) and 3:51.6 (Mile). He is the 2019 USA national champion over 1500m and hopes to add another national title to the resume in a couple of weeks.
What makes Craig so unique is his approach to his profession in prioritising having fun and being happy over anything else. Tune into this episode to hear Engels discuss this idea in depth.
Sydney Gidabuday joins the Sweat Elite podcast to discuss his transition from Tinman Elite to the Roots Running Project. Sydney holds PR's of 13:22 for 5km, 28:15 for 10km and 62:32 for the Half Marathon. Other topics discussed include Sydney's college days at Adams State and his move to Boulder...
Colin Thomas is a lead sport scientist based in the UK who has spent months in Kenya studying and researching the best Kenyan distance runners.
Colin has recently released a new book (published on Amazon): "Running on the red dust. A firsthand insight into the creation of the world's best...
Kate Grace joins the Sweat Elite podcast at Nike HQ Chicago after a stellar 2021 season of PRs over 800m and 1500m.
Kate shares insights into her transition from Bowerman TC to Team Boss, her cross training and strength training routine, training schedule and future goals.
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