From the Portland Marathon:
|Russ McGarry is 50% X chromosomes and 50% Y. He began running in 2004, when he skipped the whole "half marathon/marathon deal" and leaped straight into ultra-distances. Coming from the world of standup comedy, Russ felt it natural to slide behind a microphone and yammer on about long distance running. He is survived by his wife and also his cat, George.|
|Gary Vale is a runner. He started running in 1986 because he just couldn't relax and had a lot of energy to burn. He ran his first marathon in 1987 and ran about 15 of them until he discovered a trail in 2005. With the discovery of the trails and the subsequent discovery that there are races a lot longer than 26.2 miles, ultra trail running has captured his heart. He likes the ultra trail running scene so much that when he isn't running he talks about running with his running buddy, Russ.|
|Carl the Mailman really is a mailman. And he really doesn't care about jogging.|
|So, this is where the magic happens. That's right, you heard it here -- this is where babies come from.|
Two runners who don't jog, one mailman who doesn't jog but calls running jogging...
...all discussing the crazy-ass sport of long distance running.
This isn't your grandad's running podcast...truth be told, he probably doesn't know what a podcast is.
Two runners and a mailman, coming to you from Portland, Oregon, talking about the sport of long distance running. Well, most of the time. Listen every Friday as Russ, Gary, and Carl The Mailman come at you with race results, training tips, and a metric shit-ton of juvenile nonsense.
3 Non Joggers. We run. We talk. We make references to to our junk.
Hilarity ensues when the 3 Non Joggers start making plans.
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