Pace the Nation is on location at the Brooks Hyperion House in Atlanta, Georgia for the 2020 Olympic Marathon Trials.
— Kelyn Soong (@KelynSoong) February 28, 2020
We are excited to bring on five guests for this show.
We start off talking to Adam Dalton, a Brooks athlete running in the US Olympic Marathon Trials, who tells us his story, talks about his qualifying race and lets us know his expectations for the big race tomorrow.
Our second guest, Steve Dekoker, is the Sports Marketing Manager at Brooks Running, who talks to us about the Brooks Hyperion House, their presence at the US Olympic Trials and the Home Town Heroes program.
Next we are joined by 2008 Olympian Brian Sell who talks about the mustache, shares a few race stories, and tells us about that being a Honda Accord.
Julie Stackhouse, joins us to talk about being an ambassador for Brooks Running in Jacksonville and talks to us about being attacked by a dog during a race and shares her experiences with the physical and emotional recoveries.
Finally, we are thrilled to talk to Brooks Running CEO Jim Weber who talks to us about the Brooks Brand, their investment into the sport and shares some stories about Gabe Grunewald.
The hosts close out the show with their woefully inaccurate race predictions.