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*[http://www.coolrunning.com.au/podcasts/plu/gchalf06_plu_to_halfway.mp3 Plu during Start-10.5km in the Half Marathon <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg"  border="0"> ] 23m 38s 2.7mb  
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*[http://www.coolrunning.com.au/podcasts/plu/gchalf06_plu_to_15_21km.mp3 Plu 15-21km <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg"  border="0"> ] 21m 01s 2.4mb
 
*[http://www.coolrunning.com.au/podcasts/plu/gchalf06_plu_to_15_21km.mp3 Plu 15-21km <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg"  border="0"> ] 21m 01s 2.4mb
  

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What is a podcast ?

A Podcast is bascially an audio file that can be downloaded and played whenever you want to listen to it. You can play it on your PC or on a music playing device - MP3 player, iPod or whatever. In effect it is like a radio program. CoolRunning is just trying out some examples to see whether to do anything in the longer term. Some CoolRunners will listen to these on their commute to work, at the gym, on a bike or even out running. Technically a Podcast will have a subscription mechanism (usually RSS) that will download all new updates for you - we don't have that yet, you need to come back to this page to see if there is anything new added.

Technology

To play a podcast click on the link next to the mp3 symbol: <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0 Usually you will be asked to play direct from CoolRunning (this is called streaming) or save it to your pc so you can oplay it later or copy to an iPod or other mp3 player (you choose). If you are unable to play mp3 files, then a free player can be downloaded from many different websites and installed onto your pc - but here are two examples of good ones: Winamp or MusicMatch.

Podcasts Available

(02-July-2006)

(29-Jun-2006)

(10-April-2006) Canberra Marathon: some podcasts by Courtly Love on the course at the 10km, 26km turnaround and 40km (all the same spot) and an assortment of interviews:

(11-March-2006) Six Foot Track 2006: some podcasts by Plu while on the course: Thoughts on the Start <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (2m 50s), Black Range Waiting for the Runners <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (3m 34s), The Leaders <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (7m 41s), The first hour in summary <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (4m 06s)

(9-Dec-2005) Various interviews from 2005 Coast to Kosciuszko : Virtual Runner at 96km <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (7m 27s), Virtual Runner at 109km at 10:00pm - part A<img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 55s), Virtual Runner at 109km at 10:00pm - part B <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (7m 30s), Virtual Runner at 158km at 6:20am <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (3m 36s), Mr G on Virtual Runner at 180km at 10:05am <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (8m 15s),MelSki on Virtual Runner 28km (3:52pm) to go is that 207km <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (8m 13s)

(4-Dec-2005)

(15-Oct-2005)

(9-Oct-2005)

(14-Aug-2005)

(5-Jul-2005) Various interviews from 2005 Gold Coast Marathon (53mins 27secs total) Bandanna <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 02s), Bellthorpe <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 39s), BennyR <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (2m 41s), BlueDog <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 17s), BobFickel <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (8m 56s), Caro <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (53s), CathyP <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (54s), Clairie <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 41s), CourtlyLove <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 22s), Eddie+Puntermatt <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (3m 13s), Gnscon <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (2m 58s), Kelvin <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (3m 49s), KevinCassidy <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (5m 08s), Plu <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (8m 12s), Run67 <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (52s), Sailaway <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (2m 20s), Tesso <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 12s), Tim <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (52s), Truckie <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (58s), Tuttle <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (1m 00s), Vespa <img src="index.shtml_files/mp3.jpg" border="0"> (2m 28s)

(20-Jun-2005)

(19-Jun-2004)

  • Not a podcast, but in 2004 there was an interview with Sean Greenhill on CoolRunning, being interviewed on radio about ultramarathons. Added here to complete the CoolRunning Audio archive.
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