Episode 2447: Irish Win in Oz, Coach Fed, Marathon Pace, GAA Must Go Amateur
Yes, Eliud Kipchoge knocked 30 seconds off his own marathon world record but.. he still didn’t break through the 2-hour barrier. We have some simple advice that should do the trick.
Federer charmed and sobbed his way through his farewell event, the Laver Cup, winning fans’ hearts one last time – but has he got what it takes to become a great coach?
A listener argues the GAA should embrace its amateur status and eradicate under-the-table payments to managers and set the players free from the training “arms race”. And Murph puts into context how good Zach Tuohy is at a game he didn’t grow up playing.
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