Listen Live to Lorraine Moller, Bruce Deacon and Nobby Hashizume talk about Arthur Lydiard training as well as the Lydiard Foundation clinics coming to Boulder, Seattle and specifically, Victoria, BC.
Moller co-founder of the Lydiard Foundation is a four-time Olympian and bronze medallist from the 1992 Barcelona Olympics (age: 37). She won the 1984 B.A.A. Boston Marathon and several others. She is a three-time medallist from three different Commonwealth Games and she also medalled the IAAF World Cross Country Championships.
She is a fully self-penned, award-winning author, speaker and coach. She will be on the air to talk about lydiard clinics she has recently run in Australia, Boulder, as well as Japan, Seattle and the upcoming one in Victoria, BC, which happens Friday, November 14th to Sunday, November 16th and will be run by co-founder Nobby Hashizume.
Hashizume was a corporate coach in Japan with Hitachi Corporation. He has written translations into Japanese of the Lydiard method of training. He is also a former athlete, current coach and public speaker. He is considered the world’s leading authority on the Lydiard method of training.
Bruce Deacon is a two-time Olympian, three time IAAF World Track and Field Championships competitor and has run under the 2:20:00 benchmark for the marathon at least 20 times. He is a coach and writes the training program for the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon, Half Marathon and 8K, which is taken in by approximately 10,000 participants each year. Deacon continues to run and coaches by the Lydiard method.
Listen to their radio interview with Alan Perry on CFAX 1070, Monday at 10:30 AM Pacific Standard Time (PST), which is the same time zone as Los Angeles, Seattle and Vancouver. You may stream live if not in the Greater Victoria area.
The Victoria Lydiard clinic will take place at the Pacific Institute for Sport Excellence (PISE) in Victoria, BC from Friday, November 14th to Sunday, November 16th.