E11: Alfred Scaletta - The 6 Star Finisher 46 Years in the Making
The final stretch of the World Athletics Cross Country Championships race in Bathurst was fraught with drama, and with the marathon route in Budapest revealed, it’s a big week in the running world.
We’ve got a ram-packed episode of Marathon Talk this week with a look at the all-important long run in your marathon training, and the single fall that cost the Bathurst race.
On top of all the news and training talk, we have a fantastic interview with the incredible Alfred Scaletta who’s set to finish his 72nd marathon in Tokyo as a 6 Star Finisher, 46 years after his first Chicago.
In this episode of Marathon Talk:
0:00 - Catching up on the previous fortnight, including a heartwarming bike ride for a friend with an unfortunate, recent diagnosis
10:20 - We bring all the news from Bathurst’s dramatic World Cross Country Championships
28:45 - Training Talk: we look at the long run, and how you can experiment with it to improve your race day
37:10 - Alfred Scaletta shares his 72 marathons’ experience, 46 year journey to a 6 Star medal, and lucky escape from the tragic events of Boston 2013
1:05:30 - Wrapping up with well-wishes for those noble Tokyo marathoners in March
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