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Best Chris Chavez podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Chris Chavez podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A weekly podcast from CITIUSMAG.com hosted by Chris Chavez. Interviewing the stars of track and field every week. Whether it's athletes, coaches, agents, writers or other interesting figures from running culture, we sit down for a laid back chat on the latest happenings in the sport. Be sure to check out CITIUSMAG.com for all your latest running commentary. Support the show. Leave a five-star review on iTunes. ▶ Follow us: twitter.com/CitiusMag instagram.com/citiusmag facebook.com/citiusmag
 
Bringing you untold stories behind luminaries and legends of the New York City’s running culture. A new show from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network. Hosted by Leigh Anne Sharek and Chris Chavez. Support us on Patreon: https://patreon.com/runnersofnyc Subscribe to our newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/6cd793688a6d/runnersofnyc
 
Kevin Chavez, Dr. Carol Aicher, and Ryan Michael Hartman combine their diverse backgrounds within music to interview professionals who work in the performing arts. GRC looks to explore the successful performer's individual path in the arts to discover themes that will help listeners with their own artistic path. Interviews include Grammy winning artists, Broadway and Classical performers, as well as composers, producers, teachers, and many more from the music community.
 
Join host Laura Jane as she interviews the doers and the shakers that make San Diego's live entertainment scene one of the most bustling and unique in the country. Every week you'll be entertained by great local artists – some new, some seasoned veterans – as they share their story and insights into what makes San Diego the Finest City in the world!
 
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"There’s something inherently interesting about people going out to seek out what their limits are. The format is interesting too because you don’t really know if the race is going to end in one day, two days or six days. It ends when the last person either can’t go forward or isn’t allowed to go forward. That’s something I hope people would find i…
 
Welcome back to Hardly Kayfabe. Join Chris Chavez, Johnny Townsend and Matt Johnson each week as they discuss everything pro wrestling: the matches, the story lines and the superstars that make the headlines and keep fans coming back for more.This week, the guys discuss the future or professional wrestling, as well as sports in general, before gett…
 
Sat down with Keith and Kevin Hanson while in Atlanta to discuss the history of the Hansons-Brooks Original Distance Project as it celebrates 20 years of advancing U.S. distance running. We start by going back to the brothers’ roots in Michigan and the state of the sport in America before helping improve it. The Hansons made an emphasis on group tr…
 
It's taken me too long to release this episode but about a month ago, I hosted a live panel at the Atlanta Track Club's marathon weekend experience that lined up with the 2020 U.S. Olympic marathon Trials. I sat down and talked with Matt McDonald, Alyssa Bloomquist, Ann Mazur and Duriel Hardy about how they manage to balance their full workload and…
 
Caught up with past guest David Kilgore to recap and explain why he ran 100 miles in less than 18 hours on Friday. He raised more than $10,000 for gift cards from local running retailers in New York City, which would then be donated to NYC Health + Hospitals to provide medical workers with supportive footwear while they work long days to combat the…
 
Chris Chavez and Matt Meyer get together over Skype to recap the biggest news of March. As races are canceled or postponed, the Olympics were the last major domino to fall. On March 24, the decision was officially made by the International Olympic Committee and Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe to move the Summer Games to 2021 due to the coronavir…
 
Peter Walsh is one of the owners of Coogan's Bar and Grill on 169th and Broadway in Washington Heights. If you've ever run a race at the Armory, attended Millrose Games or bore witness to the 5th Avenue Mile afterparty there, you know that Coogan's is a runner's bar - and there's few of those that exist. However, Coogan's is among the many business…
 
On this episode of That’s Odd, Chris and Johnny discuss the escalating coronavirus pandemic. They also talk about a man who witnessed the assassination of Abraham Lincoln and the unfortunate path his life took before looking at the story of a missing link frozen in ice.BICBP-RADIO.comInstagramJohnny Townsend johnnyism28Chris Chavez ccchavez13Twitte…
 
Chris Chavez and Leigh Anne Sharek reconnect over Skype to discuss the uncertainty and odd feeling of running in New York City during the coronavirus pandemic. More than 15,000 cases of COVID-19 have been reported in New York State and people have been encouraged to stay indoors. However, you are permitted and some experts encourage still getting o…
 
Chris Chavez and Ryan Welsh sit down (maybe six-feet apart) to discuss the impact coronavirus has taken on the world, sports and running. Topics discussed include: Running in uncertain times, listening and heeding the advice of experts, Boston and London Marathon postponed, should the Olympics and trials get cancelled or postponed and more. ▶ Follo…
 
The sports world has stopped but the world could use the positivity of Aliphine Tuliamuk. At the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, Tuliamuk made her first U.S. Olympic team by winning in 2:27:23. On this show, we'll discuss how the race was the culmination of her American dream and why she is very appreciative of the opportunity to represent the U…
 
This week, Johnny escapes the clutches of the coronavirus (or regular flu - whatever) and is able to join the guys to discuss the creepy reality of a world on the verge of a pandemic. Then, Carter tells the guys about a popular legend of Edisto Beach, South Carolina. Find us on the web and social media:BICBP-RADIO.comInstagramJohnny Townsend johnny…
 
Jacob Riley joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to share how he managed to make his first Olympic team after a 2:10:02 personal best to finish second at the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials. Jake wrote on Twitter, "Been saving end of segment things so I can savor this feeling longer. Yesterday was watching the race coverage, today was finishing my log. Final …
 
Team Boulder's Lee Troop joins the show to share how Jake Riley went from an Achilles injury that nearly ended his career to the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials runner-up and headed to the Olympics. Riley ran 2:13 for his first marathon in 2014 and then finished 15th at the 2016 trials. He also went on to finish 12th at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trac…
 
Chris Chavez and Matthew Luke Meyer unpack all of the madness from the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta. Galen Rupp took the win on the men's side by pulling away after 21 miles to win his second consecutive U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials title in 2:09:20. Jacob Riley ran the race of his life and pulled one of the ballsiest moves by snatc…
 
Chris Chavez and Ryan Welsh post up at the Brooks Hyperion House at Switchyards in downtown Atlanta to test out a new podcast concept – talking to strangers to get to know their running story. For this first episode, we sat down and got to meet some of Brooks' Hometown Heroes. They're sub-elite runners who hold full-time jobs and still manage to fi…
 
Bernard Lagat was the subject of a Sports Illustrated story that I wrote this week titled: "Before Attempt at History, Bernard Lagat Returned to His Roots in Kenya." The story shares how Lagat returned home to Kenya to train for the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials, where he will be vying to make his sixth Olympic team at age 45. He holds a marath…
 
Chris Chavez and Matthew Luke Meyer reunite to recap all of the biggest storylines and news in the sport. On this episode, we discuss: The Chonky Bois (Nike AlphaFly Next%) were deemed legal by World Athletics and will be on the starting line of the U.S. Olympic marathon trials. What do we make of the rules and is there a stigma attached to those a…
 
Welcome back to How Bizarre! On each episode Chris and Erin Chavez explore some of the weirder, more bizarre moments in history and modern times.On this episode , Chris and Erin discuss a couple of truly bizarre stories. First, in the late 90s, a Russian boy insists he is the reincarnated soul of an alien race from the planet Mars. Normally, this w…
 
On this special episode of History Creeps, Chris takes over the studio for the first in a series of interviews with members of the BICBP Network. Past guest Anthony Mullen returns to discuss the things that scare him most and why the Grudge still scares the crap out of him.Find us on the web and social media:BICBP-RADIO.comInstagramJohnny Townsend …
 
Nick Willis sits down in New York City for a long-awaited conversation to look back at his remarkable career thus far. In this episode, we'll go through everything from growing up in Lower Hutt, New Zealand and his start in athletics with his brother, Steve, to his recent streak of 18 consecutive years of breaking four minutes for the mile. More in…
 
Natosha Rogers won the NCAA 10,000 meters as a junior in 2012 and then finished second in the same event at the U.S. Olympic Trials. However, her 31:59 performance was just 14 seconds shy of meeting the Olympic standard to qualify for the Summer Games in London. She decided to leave behind running to study abroad and go about her senior year as a r…
 
“Your 2:42 marathoner of today could be your 2:24 marathoner of 2024. If there’s not someone there encouraging that and supporting that, then that might not happen. We saw this as a chance to invest in the sport.” Jay Holder, Atlanta Track Club’s marketing and communications director, joins the CITIUS MAG Podcast to share the inside scoop on the pl…
 
Chris Chavez and Matt Meyer recap all the news and top stories from the running world in January 2020. It's an Olympic year and we're already getting hit with doping violations involving major stars like Wilson Kipsang. Coronavirus has led to the cancellation of the World Indoor Championships, which were slated to be held in Nanjing, China. World r…
 
On this episode of That’s Odd, Chris and Johnny take a look at a couple of cat tales. One story involves a beast terrorizing the English moors; the other depends on how you look at it - it’s either a story of one of the luckiest cats to ever live or one of the most cursed cats to sail the oceans. Listen and decide for yourself.Find us on the web an…
 
To start off the year, we wanted to introduce you to one of the kindest people me and my new co-host (Ryan Welsh) met in 2019. Henna Rustami's name might be familiar if you’re an Ivy League alum because she was a Heps champion. But before she rose to some prominence on the college scene at Columbia, she grew up on Long Island to an immigrant family…
 
Welcome back to How Bizarre! On each episode Chris and Erin Chavez explore some of the weirder, more bizarre moments in history and modern times.On this episode , Chris and Erin ring in the New Year by taking a look back at some bizarre news stories from 2019. Thousands of “penises” washing up on a northern California beach, a four-year-old reincar…
 
Mary Cain sits down in front of a live audience at Mile High Run Club (NoMad) in New York City to catch up since the last time she appeared on the show in May. In November, a New York Times op-doc was released where Cain reveals she suffered mental and physical abuse under the leadership of Alberto Salazar. She impressed many on the track with her …
 
We were very fortunate to host one last live recording of the show for 2019 at the Equinox Hudson Yards Hotel. We got to share the storytelling process of how Brenden Clarke diversified his photography work to chronicle the 2019 Orchard Street Runners Midnight Half. Much like the unsanctioned race, sometimes it’s about taking a risk and trusting yo…
 
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