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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. 

Nov 8, 2019

Frank Ruona has been the San Quentin 1000 Mile Club’s volunteer head coach since 2005. The volunteer coaches, under the leadership of USA Track and Field-certified Frank, run the workouts and competitions for inmates in the infamous prison.

In this episode Jody and David speak to Frank and discover more about running...


Nov 1, 2019

This episode is INSANE!

In what we reckon is a world first (Bad Boy Guarantee), Jody and David speak to triple stroller marathon world record holder Cynthia Arnold.

Cynthia pushed her three children in a stroller (pushchair if you're British) around a whole marathon in an insanely fast time, smashing the previous world...


Oct 25, 2019

Boy, is Holly Rush an interesting guest in this episode of Bad Boy Running!

(And Jody and David didn't make a single joke about nominative determinism!)

Starting out in marathons as fun runner, Holly explains her journey from standing as a spectator watching with a beer to going all the way to the European Championships...


Oct 18, 2019

We know cyclists have a ton of places they can hang out socially (so we can avoid those places...), but what about runners?

Well, the runner's cafe Mile 27 aimed to offer a place for runner's to come together to both run, socialise and be a community in central London. And it worked... for a time.

In this episode, Jody...


Oct 9, 2019

The Original Mountain Marathon (The OMM) is one of the longest running event series in the UK. It rightly has the position as one if the most challenging series, not simply because of the distances or elevation in any of the remote locations where the OMM is set, but also because of the logistics competitors need to get...