We stay north of the border in Episode 74 to recount Cameron Levins’ Canadian record 2:09:25 at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Levins takes us through the city streets and the mental and physical ins and outs of his race. We cover Levins’ move to sponsor Hoka One One, the prototype shoes he wore, tapering, and his advice for marathoners looking for a PR (advice that helped Levins’ brother break three). Following the interview we share words from Gene Dykes and Reid Coolsaet, and indulge in more shoe talk ‘cuz Gregg’s sporting a brand new pair of the you-know-whats.
Categories: Cam Levins, Podcast
Leave a Reply