We Aren’t Done Yet

 

I know where I’ve been, but I can’t say much for the other writers. Darren was following the Rugby World Cup. Evan (@BoneSaw_Origins) and I (@dougsportazine) are still chatting about sports occasionally over on twitter.

As for me, I’ve been preparing to take a running gig in January. I’ve mostly been listening to Trail Runner Nation, Science of Ultra, and Phedippidations to prepare. I’ve got a ton more feeds in my reader, but those are the main ones. I’ve been doing other stuff (like Music Manumit), but the running is the only thing really worth talking about here.

Well, that’s not 100% true. I listened to MUFC beat Watford on XM on Saturday. We also listened to some gridiron and to the Hornets overtime win over the Rondo-lead Kings.

As for the running, Trail Runner Nation has a huge back catalog. Science of Ultra just started, but is excellent. Phedippidations is interesting. Steve Runner has an interesting story. It’s really a show that tells people that they don’t need to be running marathons or races at all to be a runner. That’s the type of runner I am. That said, the show also dives into politics, and food…and not really running nutrition. There are at least a couple of shows about pizza. I haven’t gotten rid of it yet, but it isn’t really a great show for prepping for a coaching gig – at least not all the episodes. He does dive into shoes and various useful topics on occasion. He’s been podcasting at least since 2006 (the feed ends there at Episode 48), so there is a lot of content. The show titles are useful, so just check out the shows that interest you.

When will *I* be back with regular content? I expect not until March, though it could be earlier or later depending on how interviews go.


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douglasawhsport

douglasawhsport

I played four varsity sports in high school (gridiron, track, football and basketball). I went to states with a relay team in North Carolina and made the state semi-finals in football (soccer). I also coached travel football for TFC (http://www.trianglefc.org/) and worked for Eurosport/soccer.com. I graduated from the University of New Hampshire School of Law, where I study intellectual property and sports law.

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