Podcaster Meet Up! Joint Episode with C Tolle Run

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In this episode we bring you a special joint episode with Olympic runner and podcaster Carrie Tollefson from the C Tolle Run. And in the quick tip segment, Angie will explain how to communicate expectations with your running partner before you race together.

Podcaster Meet Up! Joint Episode with C Tolle Run

Carrie Tollefson is a middle distance runner from Minnesota. She represented the US in the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens, Greece, in the 1500 meters. She does regular media coverage for the New York Road Runners including the NYC Marathon and the NYC Half Marathon. Carrie has done commentary for the Twin Cities Marathon, Boston Marathon, and Tokyo Marathon. She hosts a weekly podcast called C Tolle Run.

It’s been fun to meet and collaborate with other podcasters through the years. We kept the agenda loose on this episode -the goal was to have a fun conversation. We ended up talking about some important topics, like pregnancy and running, time management, elite runner Gabriele “Gabe” Grunewald -a fellow Minnesota runner and friend of Carrie’s who lost her battle with cancer on June 11th. We also share our top picks for small town marathons.


Also Mentioned in This Episode

The Revel Kulia Marathon in Hawaii. Angie is running this on January 18th 2020!

Soar Running -They’re giving away a SOAR Summer Training Bundle to 2 lucky winners: each bundle includes a pair of shorts or bottoms, a T-shirt or vest and a Lightweight Cap. www.soarrunning.com/mta.

On Running Shoes – Swiss made running shoe with sole technology that gives you the sensation of running on clouds. Head to on-running.com/mta to test On shoes or gear first hand, and experience what running on clouds feels like.

DripDrop O.R.S. An electrolyte powder developed by a doctor to treat dehydration. Go to dripdrop.com/mta to get 20% off any purchase.

Shout Out

Absolutely overjoyed on this 4th of July! Ran a 2.3 mile sprint race this morning and came in 5th place overall and 1st place in my age group with a time of 12:44. 5:40 average miles and it was a 30 second improvement from last year and I felt absolutely amazing during and after the race. I couldn’t do what I do without support from MTA and my wonderful girlfriend who supports me every training run and race. A huge shoutout to Coach Angie who had put together a great training plan for me this summer so far and got me to this race feeling fantastic! I can’t wait to see what the rest of the summer has in store for me. -Luke

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