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Running Our Mouths Podcast
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March 17, 2015 10:05 AM PDT

Indoor track season comes to an end with the NCAA Championships. Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff break down all of the top performances and races from Fayetteville.

A close race took place at the NYC Half and Boston Marathon Champion Meb Keflezighi posted a mark faster than last year's race. What does it mean for his chances going into Boston?

Chris Chavez was on-site in Los Angeles for the U.S. Marathon Championships. As Ryan Hall stepped off the course at the halfway mark, did it spell the end for his career and hopes? Mitch discusses Hall for the last time ever.

It's all the weekend's action in under 45 minutes. Listen to the latest episode of the Running Our Mouths Podcast on Sporting News:

March 09, 2015 01:01 PM PDT

In 38 minutes, Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff preview all of this upcoming weekend's action at the 2015 NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships, U.S. Marathon Championships at the ASICS LA Marathon and NYC Half.

Among other topics discussed by the crew: European Indoor Championships, Karen Harvey's sudden departure from Florida State and Mike Powell's long jump comeback in New Zealand.

Listen to the latest episode of the Running Our Mouths podcast on Sporting News:

March 02, 2015 11:19 AM PST

Championship trophies were handed out across the country at the NCAA level during conference championship weekend. Alex Lohr recaps all the action witnessed in Seattle before delving into Oregon's flexibility heading into the NCAA Championships in less than two weeks.

Chris Chavez and Mitch Kastoff break down the results and stunners from the 2015 U.S.A Indoor Track and Field Championships in Boston.

Everyone is excited for the legalization of Olympic sports betting. The crew discusses what track and field event might be the riskiest to put money down on.

Who say white and gold and who saw blue and black?

All of this in this week's Running Our Mouths podcast on Sporting News. Listen now:

February 23, 2015 10:34 AM PST

It was an odd week for track and field when American Ninja Warrior and Taylor Swift somehow get involved. It was also a record setting week in the sport as the Genzebe Dibaba destroyed the previous women's indoor 5,000-meter world record and Mo Farah opens his season with a casual two-mile world record. Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff break it all down.

The NYC Half fields were announced this week with interesting entires including Chris Solinsky and Andrew Bumbalough. The guys discuss how much of a toss-up the race could shape out to be.

Before closing out the show, all three hosts have a change of heart on Disney's new McFarland USA film.

Listen to the latest episode of the Running Our Mouths podcast:

February 17, 2015 12:28 AM PST

After 36 sub-four minute miles were run over the weekend, Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff round up the action from across the country. Chris recaps his trip to New York from the 2015 Millrose Games as Alex returns from the Husky Classic in Washington. Mitch provides the other goods from results across the country.

Mitch compares his own sneaker game to that of Kanye West.

The crew discusses what may be the guttiest finish to a marathon from Austin, TX. Watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T6UG9PaABc8

February 09, 2015 11:57 AM PST

Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff reconnect after a weekend of running action across the country. Lohr gives a run-down of his observations from the U.S.A. Cross-Country National Championships. Chavez reports back from the Meyo Invitational in South Bend, Indiana, while Kastoff recaps his afternoon watching the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix.

Before Chavez heads to New York City for this weekend's Millrose Games, each guy dissects one race to look ahead to this weekend.

After hearing news of a new John L. Parker J.R. novel, everyone is excited for the new "Once A Runner" prequel.

The guys close out the show debating who is missing from this epic assembly of athletes after the Super Bowl. Check out this photo: https://twitter.com/AprilRossBeach/status/562702283704893443/photo/1

Listen to the sixth episode of the Running Our Mouth's Podcast:

February 02, 2015 12:26 PM PST

After a week filled with track and field action, Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff each pick their respective men's and women's champions of the weekend at the UW Invitational, Armory Track Invitational and other races across the country.

Nike's Erik Sowinski joins the podcast as a guest to discuss the record-setting distance medley relay from the Armory Track Invitational. (18 minute mark)

Chris and Mitch get heated on the Boston Marathon shoveler's status as a hero, before sharing what they look forward to in the upcoming "Born to Run" film starring Matthew McConaughey.

Listen to the fifth episode of the Running Our Mouths podcast now:

January 26, 2015 12:01 PM PST

After a slow week of track and field races, marathoning news dominated the week after Thursday night's prime-time Dubai Marathon with track legend Kenenisa Bekele.

In the fourth episode of the show, Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff discuss the newly released LA Marathon fields, examine the field running in Tokyo, comment on the latest in Russian doping scandals and each make a case for someone deserving of a Topps Baseball Card like 50 Cent.

Listen to the fourth episode of the Running Our Mouths podcast now:

January 19, 2015 02:08 PM PST

More than half-way through January and 2015 can already be declared the Year of the Pole Vault.

In the third installment to the Running Our Mouths Podcast on Sporting News, Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff break down the action from Washington Preview Meet and the 2015 Houston Half-Marathon.

Ato Boldon joins the show (20:11 mark) to discuss Jeremy Wariner testing the 800-meter waters.

At the end of the show, the guys try to come up with names for Sam Chelenga's new training group in Tuscon with Bernard Lagat and coach James Li.

Listen to the third episode of the Running Our Mouths podcast now:

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January 12, 2015 10:00 AM PST

Chris Chavez, Alex Lohr and Mitch Kastoff discuss the newly released epic London Marathon fields and share their hopes for the race. One member of the crew believes that Meb Keflezighi might be able to defend his crown at the 2015 Boston Marathon as they dissect the American elites. Among other topics discussed are the Great Edinburgh Cross-Country Challenge and the United States Olympic Committee's decision to select Boston as their bid for the 2014 Olympics.

Also, what does Asafa Powell and modeling have to do with anything? Listen to the second episode of The Running Our Mouths Podcast...now on Sporting News:

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