Episode: Eleanor Tiernan


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Eleanor Tiernan

Hear Paul and Rob’s joy at catching up with another human, as they take a turn round Victoria Park with top comic and fairly-new-to-it runner Eleanor Tiernan - and hear how running has changed her life. Featuring parkrun tourism, coaching - virtually and in reality - coming out whilst staying in, running events and comedy dreams post-lockdown.


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