- ABOUT US
Hello. This is Nick Roché and I’ve got a damn podcast now and there’s nothing you can do about it. Introducing The Full Tub Podcast, where I will be showcasing the members of the Jacuzzi Boys Athletic Club. Yes, we also have women in the club. I’m pretty sure that you’ve seen some of our kits at races and most likely thought ‘Damn, those kids look rad ass..’
You’re probably taking a second now to think, ‘Did he really just say ‘rad ass?” Yes. Now, allow me to continue with this introduction to the best damn podcast on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network.
The plan is to have some deep and personal conversations with various members of the JBAC. Get to know some of Portland, Oregon’s fastest and most thought-provoking characters. The group is just a couple guys and gals looking to crush miles and maybe have a beer or two.
We’ve been working on getting this podcast off the ground for a few weeks and now it’s finally time. The plan is to have this become a biweekly podcast.
If you forgot your bathing suit, have no fear. You can still hop in the tub in a pair of split shorts. The water is getting warm. Hop on in. This is Full Tub with Nick Roché. The first episode is out now.
My first guest is Andrew Lemoncello.
He is a husband, father, coach and one of the most accomplished members of the club. He is Scottish and represented Great Britain at the IAAF World Championships in 2005 and 2007. He competed in the steeplechase at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing. He has spent almost a decade on the roads since making his marathon debut at the 2010 London Marathon, where he ran 2:13:40 and finished 8th overall. Nowadays, he’s one of the strongest members of the team and can boast a 200-mile week. Listen to this episode to hear about he found the team in Portland, memories from training at Flagstaff and what keeps him running.
If you enjoy this podcast, check out the other shows on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network including the CITIUS MAG Podcast, Runners of NYC, 1609 Podcast, Price of a Mile, Running Things Considered and more.
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