House Of Run Podcast: Coleman, Nelvis, Brazier Show Out

On this week's episode of the House of Run Jason and Kevin discuss Christian Coleman's world record, Sharika Nelvis's American record, the doubles by Shelby Houlihan and Paul Chelimo and all the other action from the 2018 US Indoor Championships.

The guys also review Andre De Grasse's appearance on the basketball court, Vin Lananna's leave of absence and Ashton Eaton versus the entire NFL in a decathlon.


Highlights: 

3:40 - Christian Coleman broke the world record in the 60m. Where does he go from here?

7:00 - Andre De Grasse got buckets at the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game

13:00 - Javianne Carter runs back-to-back personal bests in the 60m

14:20 - Fred Kerley didn't qualify after he got bumped in his heat

18:00 - Donavan Brazier's parade of 1:45s continues

22:10 - Historical fast women's hurdles yields American record from Sharika Nelvis

28:35 - Chelimo vs. Cheserek, the match-up we want to see this indoor season

34:30 - Props to Emma Coburn for running an indoor season

35:30 - Shelby Houlihan's historical comparisons

42:00 - Vin Lananna placed on administrative leave

46:00 - A thorough breakdown of Ashton Eaton vs. the entire NFL in the decathlon

1:10:00 - What makes us happy in track and field?




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