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The Track and Field Exchange Podcast is the Caribbean’s first track and field podcast. On the Track and Field Exchange, co-hosts Donald Smith and Noel Francis focus on 100% Track and Field in the Caribbean and global space. The Podcast uses this space to bring all that you need to know about events, current affairs and things to come in the track and field world.
 
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The podcast returns to take a dive into the 1985 film "On The Edge" starring Bruce Dern. From Rotten Tomatoes: "Banned from competition 20 years ago for exposing payoffs in amateur athletics, former long-distance runner Wes Holman (Bruce Dern) decides to enter the Cielo-Sea Race, a punishing, mountainous footrace in the Pacific Northwest. The compe…
 
In this week’s episode, our host, Donald Smith along with guests, Dr Jason Strachan and Marlon breakdown the top five in the men’s and women in the 2021 World Athletics Awards. They discuss: The favourites for the male and female categories with Ryan Crouser, Warholm, Sydney McLaughlin and Yulimar Rojas being identified as the leaders in their resp…
 
In this episode, our host, Donald Smith and Noel Francis speaks with Jamaica Olympian, Damion Thomas discussing “Obstacles and Lessons”. Damion Thomas is a 110m hurdler who has represented Jamaica at the Olympic Games in Tokyo 2020. The former Louisiana State University (LSU) athlete equalled Wilhem Belocian's 110m hurdle junior world record of 12.…
 
In this episode, Christopher discusses his Tokyo 2020 experience from his nerves before the event to his biggest accomplishment, making the 400m final at the Olympics. He also speaks about his mindset in making it through the various rounds of the 400m and the mile relay and not focusing on the lack of crowds at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Stadium. The …
 
In this episode, our host, Donald Smith discusses “Common Injuries in Track and Field Athletes” with our guest, Dr Jason Strachan. Dr Strachan is a Senior Medical Research Associate with extensive experience in orthopaedic surgery. Dr Strachan is trained in orthopaedic surgery, emergency medicine, sports medicine, and paediatrics. In 2016, Dr Strac…
 
In our first episode, our hosts, Donald Smith and Noel Francis discuss Tokyo Previews: Must Watch Events and Jamaica’s medal predictions The duo discusses the possibility of a 1,2,3 for Jamaica in the women’s 100m. Medal prospects for Jamaica including the 100m, 200m women, 400m women, 400m hurdles women, triple jump women, long jump men,100m hurdl…
 
Things like the American Track League and its recent string of meets are rare and a huge logistical undertaking. In United States history, I can think of another time when something simpler and similar has happened. I'm thinking of the International Track Association that launched in March 1973. It featured the likes of Lee Evans, Bob Seagren, Jim …
 
Jesse Squire sits down with Ken Goe – a sportswriter for The Oregonian for 43 years who just announced his retirement a few weeks ago. He’s got deep ties covering track and field since he was assigned the beat as he first got his start at the paper. He takes us through those early days in his career and the evolution he’s seen in the sport since. T…
 
On Wednesday, November 4, the Bowling Green – Toledo rivalry will be renewed with its 85th football game. To celebrate this I will run from Doyt Perry Stadium, the home of the BG Falcons, to the Glass Bowl, the home of the UT Rockets. The course is 26.2 miles and the run will be known as The Marathon Of Hate. If you’re a runner you won’t ask why I’…
 
"The club cross country championships are popular because of the team aspect. I can speak to this because when I owned my running stores (Big River Running Co.) we used to send our team (Big River Racing Team) to Clubs and it was our chance to re-live our high school and college glory days. You put on the spikes. You huddle up as a team before the …
 
Like many of you, I try to keep myself in shape by working out through running. I often need some sort of goal in my future to keep myself honest on following my workouts. Usually, that's a race. The problem is that no races have been held in the United States since early March and it doesn't appear as though we'll have any for a while yet. I need …
 
Quick question: Which city has the record for most Olympic bids without winning or hosting? The answer is Detroit. Detroit is now a cautionary tale of a city built on a single industry and how white flight can destroy an entire region. However, Detroit was once one of the most important and wealthy cities in America. It was either the fourth or fif…
 
We're going to take a look at one of America's greatest and most forgotten competitors – Earlene Brown. She is the greatest American women's thrower of the 20th century. Four years ago, Michelle Carter won the women's shot put title at the Rio Olympics. She was the first American woman to win gold in that event at the Olympics. She was the first me…
 
It feels a bit uncomfortable for me to be blathering on about sports history with all that is going on in this nation right now. But no less a man than Pope John Paul II said “the dignity of the human person is the goal and criterion of all sporting activity”. And we desperately need humanity and dignity at the moment. So on we go. If you’re on Twi…
 
If you run, jump or throw, it’s likely you have worn something that Ron Hill Sports has helped pioneer. This episode takes a look at Ron Hill, who is maybe best known as a marathon world record holder and definitely has a record-setting running streak, but you might not realize you wear his inventions every day. ▶ Follow CITIUS MAG: twitter.com/Cit…
 
I want to discuss a man who is largely not remembered a whole lot and certainly, many of today's younger runners probably haven't heard of him. He was an extremely important person in the history of long-distance running and marathoning. I'm talking about the British marathoner from the early 50s, Jim Peters. He did more to change the marathon than…
 
Let me tell you about one of the most-watched sprint races in history – at least in American history to an American audience. Sportswriter Bill Simmons calls it his favorite YouTube clip. It's not his favorite track and field YouTube clip or his favorite sports YouTube clip, it's just flat-out his favorite YouTube clip of all-time. To do this, we n…
 
Just about two weeks ago, the wonderful show "Schitt's Creek" came to an end after six seasons. The plot seems very topical because people who had lots, suddenly have nothing due to circumstances out of their control. All they have is each other and their family. That seems very timely. I was thinking about something that CBC (the show's originator…
 
One of the things that I find very useful for history – especially while looking at track and field history – is looking at the past and allowing it to educate us on how we got to where we are now, how things changed and what we can learn from the past. Most recently, a very important point has been raised that we may have significantly less money …
 
This week I talk about the influence of Don Canham. He was an NCAA champion high jumper for the University of Michigan, then the Wolverine head track coach for two decades, and then the athletic director for another two decades. He was a president of the USTFCCCA. He co-founded the USTFF which fought the AAU for control of track and field in the US…
 
This week, LetsRun.com released a bracket of 64 runners to determine the greatest American distance runner of all-time. It had 32 men's nominees and 32 women's nominees. They'll play it out over the next couple weeks to determine who the greatest of all-time is. I thought, 'This is a really hard thing to determine because there's so many different …
 
Episode 2 of the Track & Field History podcast takes a look at one of the great individual rivalries not only in track & field but in all of sports: Jim Ryun vs Marty Liquori. All nine of their head-to-head matchups took place between 1967 and 1971, the last of which was known as the "Dream Mile" and had as much hype as a title fight. Ryun was the …
 
"The things that he did for track and field are just too much to put into words. Besides building one of the best track facilities in the entire country – it still is one of the best track facilities in the countries, he then started up invitational meets to put together the best collegians and post-collegiates. Usually, these were sponsored by Pep…
 
Track and Field History is a new podcast from the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network, where Jesse Squire will re-visit, examine and inform listeners about the greatest athletes, races and moments from the world's greatest sport. ▶ Follow CITIUS MAG: twitter.com/CitiusMag | instagram.com/citiusmag | facebook.com/citiusmag ✩ Connect with Jesse and the show v…
 
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