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The Bad Boy Running Podcast

Running is great, so why aren't the podcasts? Bad Boy Running is a podcast for runners (boys AND girls!) who are bored of the dull and dry podcasts currently on offer. Hosted by friends Jody Raynsford and David Hellard, both running journalists, bloggers and lovable idiots, the show features the conversations they'd have in the pub focusing as much on the camaraderie and social side of the sport as the technical. 

Apr 3, 2020

When you're the husband and coach for ultrarunning champ Camille Herron, you would be forgiven for thinking you're somewhat in the shadows.

But Connor Holt is a serious athlete who was "kind of a big deal" during his college years and has a fascinating story to tell about how he started out, his experience of moving to...


Mar 27, 2020

Tim Shieff is a freerunning champion, Ninja Warrior and former OCR competitor. But it's not necessarily his athletic achievements that always get the headlines.

Tim has been on a journey through his life to find the optimal combination of nutrition and lifestyle to complement his activities - which has led him down some...


Mar 20, 2020

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Mar 13, 2020

Jody and David speak with endurance athlete Ben Blowes about his incredible adventures, including running with a tumble dryer on his back.

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Mar 6, 2020

It's taken 205 episodes but finally meet the Grandfather of The Bad Boy Running Podcast: Danny Coyle.

Danny was the editor of Men's Running during the period when Jody and David wrote for the publication and was responsible for bringing them together at Sierra Leone.

After leaving Men's Running, Danny went on to become...