Season 11, Episode 27: Probably Definitely


This week Meagan runs the LMCU Bridge Run, and Sue recovers from her highest mileage ever; in Meagan’s Book Club, Alex ponders the merits of electric-shocking the brain in Endure; our Runner Girl of the Week struggles with her last long run before Chicago; and in Running News we discuss the tragic abduction of Eliza Fletcher, Boston and London Marathons announce non-binary registration options for 2023, a new consecutive half marathon record is set, a new 24 hour record is set on the track; and excitement builds for Kipchoge in Berlin.

Listen now: Episode 27: Probably Definitely

Meagan’s Book Club

Current selection: Endure: Mind, Body, and the Curiously Elastic Limits of Human Performance by Alex Hutchinson

Next selection: Above the Clouds by Kilian Jornet

Runner Girls Book List on Amazon

Runner Girl of the Week

Evelyn on Strava

This Runner Loves Purple on YouTube

Running News

Eliza Fletcher abducted and murdered while on a run

Runners can identify as nonbinary in Boston and London marathons

Separating Sports by Sex Doesn’t Make Sense

Female consecutive half marathon record broken

Aleksandr Sorokin breaks his own 24 hr world record

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