Episode: RtNP#69 Maratona do Porto

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RtNP#69 Maratona do Porto
In this episode I talk mostly about running and racing and our recent trip to Portugal and the marathon I ran there. I realize that my talking is quite unstructured but that is perhaps not so unusual in this podcast. I hope you can follow the twists and turns between subjects. I really ought to script my podcasts.

Intro music: Matthew Ebel - Lost My Way      www.matthewebel.com

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