Kiwi Running Show – 050 – Matthew Baxter

This month we remember the brilliant life of Kiwi running legend Dick Quax and catch up with Matthew Baxter who is going forward in leaps and bounds in the US College scene. We also cover off results from the Christchurch Marathon, Dorne Cup, Gold Coast Marathon, Wellington Marathon and the Paris Diamond League. Matthew Baxter[…]

Kiwi Running Show – 049 – Stefan Smith

Where have we been? How has life carried on for 12 months without the Kiwi Running Show? Never fear we never left, just took a little break to log some miles and prep for some more Kiwi Running Show epicness. This episode we introduce a new co-host, Stefan Smith, and hear his remarkable journey very[…]

Interview with 17-year-old Marathoner Haoting Ma

Haoting Ma is a familiar face at Auckland running races. His youthful smile and ever-present determination have seen him cross the finish line in countless half marathons and 10k events, but at the recent Christchurch Marathon, and at only 17 years old, he stepped up to the big 42 kilometre challenge … and dominated, running a[…]

Kiwi Running Show – 048 – Oceania Marathon Champion Dave Ridley

Dave Ridley is one of our NZ’s consistent top performing marathoners and at the Gold Coast Airport Marathon was crowned the Oceania Men’s Marathon Champion. We also catch up on the news from NZ Secondary School Cross Country Champs, Wellington Marathon, Western States Endurance Race, and the North Island and South Island Cross Country Champs.[…]

Kiwi Running Show – 047 – Keegan Pitcher & Christchurch Marathon

This time last year Keegan Pitcher didn’t even call himself a runner, now he’s about to hop on a plane to the World Para Athletics Champs! We hear his story and his hopes and dreams for the future. We also catch up with participants from a cold and wet Christchurch Marathon, dissect all the international athletics[…]

Strong – 026 – Plank Like You’ve Never Planked Before

It’s to plank like it’s 1999! The ability to hold yourself in strong, postural correct position when parallel to the ground is a great way of making you strong when running upright. A little bit of core work and targeted strength training can get the areas that running on its own typically doesn’t reach. And this[…]

Kiwi Running Show – 046 – How Much is Too Much?

In a sport that rewards hard work, how much running is too much running? Hamish and Hayden explore different training volumes for different athletes and different life stages. We also catch up on the news that Angie Petty has made the NZ 2017 London World Athletics Championship team. Plus we talk about the Wellington ladies[…]