Kyle Merber and Riley Masters, stars of "The Real Maine", join the podcast to discuss the likelihood of a sequel to their hit movie. Both shed light on their season in Europe and plans for the remainder of the summer.
Merber and Masters marvel at the performances by Asbel Kiprop and Genzebe Dibaba at the 2015 Monaco Diamond League Meeting.
Masters delves into his foray into the 5,000-meter distance and plans to stick with the distance in 2016.
Merber has some crazy plans for the 2015 Hoka Long Island Mile in September that includes prize money bonuses at 1,400-meters.
What do Merber and Masters like about each other?
Saucony athlete Maverick Darling joins the podcast to share the story behind his cool name and his decision to return back to Madison and train under Mick Byrne.
Darling provides insight into his first few years as a professional athlete and training with the likes of Ben True, Sam Chelanga and Nick Willis over the last two years.
Very familiar with winning national titles, Darling provides his own analysis of the current state of Wisconsin cross-country and track.
Darling will race the 5,000-meter run in Huesden on July 18.
Joe Stilin of ZAP Fitness joins the podcast in Leuven, Belgium to discuss his third season in Europe and his plans for the KBC Nacht meet in Heusden.
Stilin, a Milwaukee-native, compares beers in Belgium to those of his beloved Wisconsin. He also shares an idea for a Bay View Mile in Milwaukee.
What makes ZAP Fitness a gem not many have heard of in the running community? Stilin gives insight into their camp in North Carolina.
The former Princeton Tiger and Texas Longhorn has big hopes for the 2015 Sir Walter Miler race on August 7.
ESPN's Jill Montgomery joins the podcast as she enjoys the U.S. Outdoor Track and Field Championships as a fan in Eugene, Oregon.
Montgomery was the sideline reporter for the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championship and recounts the experience that included two ice baths courtesy of the Oregon Ducks. She calls Eugene a "second home" and shares some of her favorite memories from Tracktown USA as a fan, broadcaster and athlete.
What can ESPN and television broadcasts improve on for track and field broadcasts? Jill shares her opinion.
Jill is also working on her tennis coverage ahead of the 2015 U.S. Open. and tells a story about when she hung out with Will Ferrell and Justin Beiber.
Montgomery also welcomes back Caitlyn Jenner to the sport ahead of 2016.
Chris Chavez and Pat Price host the Running Our Mouths Podcast live at the Wild Duck in Eugene.
Chris Chavez and Kevin Liao discuss their initial reactions to the BBC and ProPublica report on Alberto Salazar's alleged drug testing practices with his Nike Oregon Project Athletes.
How much credibility is left to the world renowned coach? How does this impact the public's opinion of Olympic silver medalist Galen Rupp? What should gold medalist Mo Farah do?
All this and Diamond League quick hitters in this week's Running Our Mouths podcast episode.
The Running Our Mouths podcast returns after a brief hiatus to discuss the world leading times and top performances from the 2015 Prefontaine Classic over the weekend.
From Mo Farah stretching his unbeaten streak over 10,000-meters to Alex Efraimson not getting enough love for her newly minted high school 1,500-meter record, Chris Chavez, Mitch Kastoff and Kevin Liao chat about one of the finest meets of the year.
The Running Our Mouths Podcast returns after a brief hiatus to discuss all this past weekend's action from the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight to the gold medals in the Bahamas at the IAAF World Relays. Chris Chavez is joined by analyst Kevin Liao to share his main points from Stanford University's Payton Jordan Invitational.
2:50 - Grant Fisher talks about his fitness and chasing the sub-four minute barrier for the high school mile.
7:20 - Evan Jager talks what he needs to do to get on the podium ahead of Beijing 2015 and Rio 2016.
10:00 - 1,500-meter specialists Riley Masters and Garrett Heath are in an odd spot after running very fast times in the 5,000-meter run. Should they try their luck on the longer distance?
18:00 - Was U.S. sprinter Ryan Bailey's finish line pose mocking Usain Bolt too much?
20:00 - The women's distance medley and 4x800-meter relay teams are showing the strength of U.S. middle distance running.
27:55 - Can the U.S. sweep the medals at the IAAF World Championships or Rio Olympics in the 400-meter dash?
28:55 - Our reactions to the Jeneba Tarmoh-Allyson Felix crash.
31:20 - More love for Jeremy Wariner on this podcast.
32:00 - The men's distance medley relay was a brilliant race at the World Relays. The DMR is American ingenuity at its finest.
It's one week until the Boston Marathon!
The Running Our Mouths podcast decided to have a little fun this week and spoofed an episode of Serial. The big question: How did Meb Keflezighi win Boston last year and did he have any help?
Chris Chavez channels his inner Sarah Koenig and speaks with marathoners Nick Arciniaga, Ryan Hall and Meb Keflezighi about last year's race.
Listen to the latest episode of the show now.
Season two of the Running Our Mouths podcast kicks off with a quick recap of the Florida Relays and Stanford Invitational.
Co-host Alex Lohr is off on paternity leave as he welcomes baby Burke Lohr to his family. Track and field analyst Kevin Liao joins the show.
Kevin provides us with an interview of Shalane Flanagan after her final tune-up before the Boston Marathon. (5:00)
Chris, Kevin and Mitch Kastoff discuss the new U.S. distance running power rankings for the 2015 IAAF World Championships in Beijing. The power rankings will be released on Sporting News on Tuesday and Wednesday.
Women's 800-meter run (11:40)
Men's 800-meter run (16:45)
Women's 1,500-meter run (21:15)
Men's 1,500-meter run (24:50)
Women's 3,000-meter steeplechase (30:15)
Men's 3,000-meter steeplechase (33:55)
Women's 5,000-meter and 10,000-meter run (36:40)
Men's 5,000-meter and 10,000-meter run run (41:57)
As the page turns toward outdoor season, Chris Chavez and Mitch Kastoff share what match-ups they look forward to the most.
Who would you take in a March Madness bracket of 64 milers going head-to-head?
Chavez shares the latest on Tyson Gay's coaching move to Los Angeles under John Smith. Will we see Tyson Gay in a Nike uniform ahead of the 2015 outdoor season? (7:30)
After winning the Lisbon Half Marathon, is Mo Farah in the conversation for a world record hunt in 2016? (8:50)
Following up on Jeremy Wariner testing 800-meter waters next weekend, what do Chavez and Kastoff expect from his season opener? (17:00)
David Rudisha opened his 2015 with a 1:44 800-meter victory in Australia. Have you heard his incredible story on being a Masai warrior? (19:00)
Kastoff previews next weekend's action at the IAAF World Cross-Country Championships. (23:20)
The Running Our Mouths podcast returns on April 6.