Podcast Episode 133 – Mario Fraioli

In this episode we invite back runner, coach, writer, podcaster and running journalist Mario Fraioli. It’s been a couple of years since we’ve had him on, back in August 2016, to discuss the Olympic Preview. This time, it’s all about Mario. We discuss his experience as a runner, as a coach and get his perspective on running Boston and Des Linden’s win in horrible conditions. We also set up a rivalry between Mario and friend-of-the-show Matt Fitzgerald.

If you aren’t a subscriber to Mario’s weekly newsletter, The Morning Shakeout, please do so! It’s incredibly well-written, very well researched, covers many diverse topics in the world of running, often offers some inspirational messages, and IT’S FREE! You should also subscribe to the Morning Shakeout Podcast. You can tell Mario’s a journalist from the questions he asks in his interviews.

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Chris Smith

About Author:

Chris Smith, a.k.a. @DopeyRunr, started running in 2013. He has since completed the 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2018 Dopey Challenges, and dozens of other marathons and half marathons around the country.

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