Local Legends in Running

by Oli Jones

Welcome to the Local Legends in Running Podcast where you hear the stories from local legends of Australian running, that you simply always wanted to hear. The intention of this podcast is to have genuine and insightful conversations with Australian runners and coaches to simply educate the local running community and raise the profile of running in this country. So tune in to hear how running has shaped the lives of the guests... Read more

Podcast episodes

  • Season 2

  • S02 E01 - S2 - Episode 1 - Nick Toohey

    S02 E01 - S2 - Episode 1 - Nick Toohey

    In 2006, Nick left Nudgee College as the fastest 800m runner in the country for his age. In fact, he still holds the Nudgee record for the event at 1:48. Post school, as you could imagine Nick headed to America with huge dreams, b...

    01:25:28
  • Season 1

  • S01 E29 - Episode 29 - Callum Davies

    S01 E29 - Episode 29 - Callum Davies

    Today in episode 29, I interview Brisbane runner, Callum Davies. Cal has got to be an elite Australian runner to watch. Only in his early 20s, he is still massively on the race, particularly in the events between the 1500m and 5k....

    01:09:59
  • S01 E28 - Episode 28 - Clare Geraghty

    S01 E28 - Episode 28 - Clare Geraghty

    Today in episode 28, I interview Brisbane runner Clare Geraghty. Clare has been one of the local superstars of running over the past 15 years, however has been struck down in the past few years by a very rare condition that affect...

    01:17:59
  • S01 E27 - Episode 27 - Don Wallace

    S01 E27 - Episode 27 - Don Wallace

    Today in episode 27, I interview ex Australian ultra-runner and current marathon course measurer, Don Wallace. Don’s completion of a handful of the South African comrades marathon events, speak for themselves. Not only has he fini...

    01:46:15
  • S01 E26 - Episode 26 - Pat Carroll

    S01 E26 - Episode 26 - Pat Carroll

    Pat almost needs no introduction; he is that well renowned in the local community, country and world for his contributions to the sport. Nevertheless, I’ll go ahead and list off some stats that demonstrate his amazing achievements...

    01:32:20