House of Run
Summary: Mediocre high school runners turned podcasters, Jason Halpin and Kevin Sully, co-host the weekly House of Run podcast. Jason and Kevin analyze and discuss the latest news from the world of track and field, road racing and cross country. If running is a metaphor for life, then this podcast is pretty much about your life.
Jason and Kevin draft the 20 events they are most looking forward to for the rest of the year.
Jason and Kevin discuss the US 15k Championships, no fans at the Olympics and if Lil’brigtsen is the new Sifan Hassan. Then, the guys answer e-mails about dream matchups, announcing track meets and getting rid of the clock in track and field.
Jason and Kevin discuss the NCAA Indoor Championships including Cole Hocker's and Athing Mu's performances and how they would stack up for the Olympic Trials. Then, the guys discuss the NCAA cross country championships before answering a bunch more emails. Link to the March Madness bracket Below: https://fantasy.espn.com/tournament-challenge-bracket/2021/en/group?groupID=2918102
Jason and Kevin discuss Centro's slow start, Lil' Brigtsen's DQ and Linden running a 50k before trying to get through an overflowing inbox of emails.
Jason and Kevin discuss Athing Mu's amazing 800, the results from the Texas Qualifier and Olympic Trial scheduling before answering emails.
Jason and Kevin discuss Grant Holloway's World Record, Olympic standards in the 10k, Alyson Felix's start to the season and the never ending shoe take conversation continues.
Jason and Kevin discuss the American records from Donavan Brazier, Elinor Purrier and Bryce Hoppel, the strange sight of Sydney McLaughlin finishing last, Ajee Wilson's big kick and all the other results from the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix. Then, the guys discuss two University of Oregon milers running 3:50 and the subsequent dust-up with Matthew Centrowitz.
Jason and Kevin discuss Gudaf Tsegay breaking the indoor 1500m world record, Grant Holloway running the second-fastest 60m hurdles in history, Sifan Hassan's getting upset in the 3000m, Jakob Ingebrigtsen's dominant win, and all the other results from Lievin. Then, the guys chat about the newest sub-four high school miler, Francine Niyonsaba moving up in distance and if the US's men's 5000m team is harder to make than Kenya.
Jason and Kevin talk about Nico Young's impressive "debut", if Bryce Hoppel is the favorite for silver and another new leader in the clubhouse for Athlete of the Year.
Jason and Kevin discuss Ryan Crouser breaking the world record, Grant Holloway equalling the American record, Trayvon Bromell's ascent, the Boston Marathon moving to the fall and Jim Walmsley missing the world record in 100k by excruciatingly small margin.
Jason and Kevin discuss 16-yeard-old Erriyon Knighton going pro, Brianna McNeal's provisional suspension, Hugues Fabrice Zango breaking the indoor triple jump world record, Athing Mu's stellar NCAA debut, how road courses are measured and running a mile blindfolded.
Jason and Kevin discuss the cancelation of the USATF Indoor Championships, Andrew Bumbalough retiring, American men's marathoning, athletes primed for a comeback and Kenya bidding for the 2025 World Championships.
Jason and Kevin make their predictions about what will happen in the running world in 2021.
Jason and Kevin recap the year in track and field and road racing and discuss the best athletes, races and moments of 2020.
Jason and Kevin recap The Marathon Project and discuss another big run for Sara Hall, the state of American men's marathoning and whether the gap to Galen Rupp will close. Then, the guys pick the best American women's athlete in every track and field event.