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The Shakeout Podcast: The “Director’s Cut” episode

We interview the filmmaker behind Boston: the Documentary, plus running in Crocs, racewalking a 3:10 marathon, running 42.2K while tied to 149 strangers, and other crazy stories from a wild week in the running world

Meb Keflezighi, the 2014 winner, passes the trophy to 2015 champion Lelisa Desisa.

In this week’s episode, Canadian Running’s editor Michael Doyle, web editor Sinead Mulhern and staff writer Tim Huebsch chat with filmmaker Jon Dunham about his moving new film, Boston: the Documentary, plus running in Crocs, racewalking a 3:10 marathon, running 42.2K while tied to 149 strangers, and other crazy stories from a wild week in the running world.

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Watch the trailer for guest Jon Dunham’s great documentary on the Boston Marathon:

Links to what we mentioned on today’s show:

Justyn Knight is Canada’s next great running star
A family in Utah ran a half-marathon in Crocs
Our review of the weird, pretty new Nike shoe, the VaporMax
The Breaking2 athletes printed on their shoes on their shoes
A racewalker beat nearly everyone at the Vancouver Marathon

This week Michael recommends: the opera, specifically Gioachino Rossini’s “The Thieving Magpie.” Or, alternatively, checking out a movie or art gallery the day before race day to get your mind off of running.

Tim recommends: that races adopt the crazy pace-setting laser used at the Breaking2 attempt.

And, Sinead recommends: the New Balance Fresh Foam 1080.

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