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ELIUD KIPCHOGE DOMINATES FOR GOLD AGAIN, INGEBRIGTSEN BEATS CHERUIYOT, SIFAN HASSAN CAN REST NOW, FAREWELL TO ALLYSON FELIX, INDIA’S NEW STAR

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On the series finale of TORCH TALK, Chris, Kyle and Dana run through the final day of track and field at the Tokyo Olympics where seven gold medals were handed out in the women’s high jump, the women’s 10,000 meters, the men’s javelin, the men’s 1,500 meters, the men’s and women’s 4x400m relay and the men’s marathon. We bring on Friend of The Pod David Melly, the host of the Run Your Mouth Podcast, for some extra spice on the final day of action.

In this episode, we discuss:

– Journaling in the women’s high jump

– Sifan Hassan’s Tokyo Olympics end with two gold medals and one bronze medal and thankfully she can now take some downtime

– India’s new javelin star Neeraj Chopra has a wild Wikipedia page and may be loaded now

– Can Jakob Ingebrigtsen take down world records after setting the Olympic record of 3:28 in the 1,500 meters?

– A fitting farewell to Allyson Felix at the Olympics but what’s next for her

– Rai Benjamin gets redemption with a 43.4 split to anchor the men’s 4x400m

– Eliud Kipchoge continues to prove he’s the greatest of all-time

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