Mark Coogan, 2007

Locker Room Talk with Mark Coogan

Mark Coogan represented the United States at the 1995 world championships (at 5000 meters) and the 1996 Olympics (in the marathon). At Dartmouth, notably, he successfully guided the career of Abbey D’Agostino, 7x NCAA champion. He is currently the New Balance Boston Elite Coach. Daniel Wallis caught up with Mark for this insightful chat on… Keep Reading

RUNNING AROUND THE HOLIDAYS

It’s that time of year… Christmas, New Years… all that good stuff. Holiday’s are great, except they create some unique challenges when it comes to training. Runners are creatures of habit; we create routines for ourselves to manage stress and   stay on top of all the variables associated with training. Basically, runners build their own… Keep Reading

Better Beer Miles with Josh Harris

  Tomorrow Josh Harris (@_JoshHarris) will take on the world’s best at the Flotrack Beer Mile World Championships. Having recently run a solo 4:56 personal best as part of a time-trial, Harris enters the competition with a ranking of 8th. Along with defending World Champ Corey Gallagher (@CoreyGallagher4) and superstar Lewis Kent (@lewiskentmiler), Harris is part… Keep Reading

INTERVIEWS/RUNNING/SOS MAGAZINE/USA

Interview with the Clean Sport Collective

Many sports are currently mired in drug scandals, with track & field currently one of the leading offenders. Although large-scale reforms are required to address the cascade of problems associated with state-sponsored doping, there is plenty of work that can be done to address the culture of the sport at the grass-roots level. It is… Keep Reading

Afternoon tea with Neely

Currently based in Boulder, Colorado, Neely Spence-Gracey was 1st American in her debut marathon at Boston earlier this year. She has since capped off 2016 with a PR (2:34:55) and an 8th place finish at the New York City Marathon where she was also 2nd American. Having trained at both sea level and altitude, do… Keep Reading

“I just want to drink beer and train like an animal” – Rod Dixon

Introduction There are substantial distinctions between the varying degrees of alcohol consumption, yet a reductionist method is consistently used to describe all use, particularly for athletes. This has been the case since 1948, when a medical investigation into cardiac disease found that alcohol could be beneficial, and whose physicians were prevented from publishing their findings.… Keep Reading

SOS MAGAZINE/Uncategorized

SOS and in competition use

The upcoming races in Brazil will see potentially the longest media mixed zone ever and you could spend as much as 50 minutes after your races going though this area and missing out on vital recovery and hydration after your performance and race, which you will need to get you ready for the next race.  … Keep Reading

SOS MAGAZINE/Uncategorized

Fancy running a mile?

OK fancy running a mile? Yep that’s 1609 meters or four laps of the track with 9 meters added on to make it the classic running distance known the world over. Former world class miler and SOS aficionado Matt Yates gives you his lowdown of how to piece together the jigsaw that is a mile.… Keep Reading

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