Wed, 4 March 2015
Bob Kennedy joins us for the third episode of the Run Faster Podcast. Bob won both the high school national championship, which was then called the Kinney National Championship, and won the NCAA Division I Cross Country Champions as both a freshman and a senior.
Bob Kennedy was the first non-African to break 13 minutes for 5k. Many of you may remember when he took the lead of the penultimate lap of the 5,000m at the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GA. Some runners may have even raced in the shoe Nike named after him, the Zoom Kennedy.