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2019 London Distance Series Meets

Epi. 135- Bucking Trends And Running 10s With Branna Macdougall

Branna Macdougall has been on the radar of the collective Canadian distance running consciousness for the last half decade. Showing dominance on her own at the junior level, (she still holds the Canadian junior 5,000 record, running 15:48) and then when her younger sister Brogan showed similar ability, all eyes were focused on Kingston, seeing what could possibly be next for these girls. For Branna, it's been an OUA championship, some solid times on the track, and most recently, being named to the national Universiade team in the 10,000. For those wondering about her current shape, Branna just added another sub-34 10,000 to her name at the Canadian Championships in British Columbia, and just this past weekend, she ran a 15:49, mostly solo, in London, Ontario. This week the young Physikult and New Balance runner joins the show to talk about that, the evolving dynamic that she has, training with her sister, and why the 10,000m isn't more popular amongst women in Canada.
Posted 2 weeks ago by Trackie | Source: Trackie Radio

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  • new-post-last-visitoldster User since:
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    Oldster said 2 weeks ago

    Glad that Branna gave a shout-out to Natasha and Rachel for their consistent support of women's long distance racing. The do it by example, of course, but also by being so directly supportive and encouraging of younger women racers like Branna and Brogan (something that people may not be aware of, because they do it with no fanfare or self-promotion).

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