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Track and Field History with Jesse Squire
Track and Field History - a podcast from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network - will go back and explore some of the best athletes, races and more from the world's greatest sport. Hosted by Jesse Squire.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 15 ratings
Just keeps getting better
Every episode is so well-done, unique, intriguing, interesting and educational! Everything from his voice, the editing and the flow of the conversation are some of the best in the podcast world.
Spritz. via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/30/20
Great Podcast
Great Host Great History of Track All Around Amazing Podcast 5/5
jack_F@ via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/23/20
HOOKED!
This guy’s voice is amazing!
6footblonde via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/09/20
Recent Episodes
Things like the American Track League and its recent string of meets are rare and a huge logistical undertaking. In United States history, I can think of another time when something simpler and similar has happened. I'm thinking of the International Track Association that launched in March 1973....
Published 02/02/21
Jesse Squire sits down with Ken Goe – a sportswriter for The Oregonian for 43 years who just announced his retirement a few weeks ago. He’s got deep ties covering track and field since he was assigned the beat as he first got his start at the paper. He takes us through those early days in his...
Published 11/23/20
On Wednesday, November 4, the Bowling Green – Toledo rivalry will be renewed with its 85th football game. To celebrate this I will run from Doyt Perry Stadium, the home of the BG Falcons, to the Glass Bowl, the home of the UT Rockets. The course is 26.2 miles and the run will be known as The...
Published 10/30/20
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