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Episode 397: Sarah Sellers; Second place at Grandma’s Marathon

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast

Sarah Sellers finished second at Grandma’s Marathon in June! This was a really big day for the marathoner who placed second at the Boston Marathon in 2018. In this episode we catch up on the last couple of years. Sarah shares about life after placing second in Boston and the Olympic Marathon Trials in 2020 where she placed 11th and snuck in a tiny PR on a very difficult course. Sarah gave birth to her first child in January of 2021 and she shares about her post partum experience in this episode as well. She is open and honest about some things she would have done differently and I hope people listening will choose to listen with kindness and grace! Show notes: Runner’s World article Sarah refers to in the episode Connect with Sarah: Sarah on Instagram Connect with Lindsey:  Lindsey on Instagram Lindsey on Twitter Lindsey on Facebook  Join the I’ll Have Another Facebook Group Support the I’ll Have Another Podcast on Patreon Follow SandyBoy Productions: Sandyboy Productions on Twitter Sandyboy Productions on Instagram SandyBoy Productions Shows:  Why is Everyone Yelling? The Up and Running Podcast The Illuminate Podcast The Herban Farmacy Podcast The Ready to Run Podcast Sponsors: Goodr Use the code “another15” for 15% off Relay Run Co. Use the code “another” for 15% off your order

42mins

14 Jul 2022

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Interview with Sarah Sellers

Marathon Training Academy

In this episode we speak with Sarah Sellers -a nurse anesthetist whose surprise 2nd place finish at the 2018 Boston Marathon made her an overnight sensation!  Plus Coach Angie answers a listener question about blood donation and running.

52mins

23 May 2020

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Sarah Sellers - American Marathoner

Scrub Caps & Sippy Cups

Ep 9 - Crystal, Laci, and Ellen are honored to have American Long Distance Runner and a CRNA, Sarah Sellers, to share her philosophies, disciplines, and secrets on honing the talent of long distance running. She tells us about her training regiments for the Boston Marathon, the tools of the trade and why running is a passion that drives her.  Sarah is sponsored by Altra Running Shoes https://www.altrarunning.com/ Listen to your music while you run with the headset Sarah recommends at https://aftershokz.com FOLLOW Sara Sellers on all her social media channels: Instagram - @sarah_sellers     Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/sarah.callister.3.   and on Twitter @SarahWhoSellers If you are a CRNA Mom and have yet to join our CRNA Mom Facebook group, check out this link to learn more. https://www.facebook.com/groups/1633304636922285/ LISTEN, SHARE and RATE the show on Apple Podcast our wherever you listen to your favorite podcast content https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/scrub-caps-sippy-cups/id1482999433 And Follow us on Instagram & Twitter @heysmartmommas

43mins

28 Jan 2020

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Episode 71 | Sarah Sellers

the morning shakeout podcast

"When I finally got to come back to running, my number one goal was no longer [to] run as fast as I can—my number one goal was, 'I don't want to have to give this up long-term again.' And so that was motivation to have proper nutrition and to realize if I have to be five to ten pounds heavier than what I thought my goal weight was, if that's keeps me healthy, then it's worth it."I’m excited to welcome my third returning guest back to the show this week: Sarah Sellers. Sellers, who finished second at the 2018 Boston Marathon, will race this year's Chicago Marathon on October 13. We recorded this podcast in front of a live audience back back in early July at the Sports Basement in San Francisco. Sellers and I spoke for about 35 minutes before we opened it up to audience Q&A.I really enjoyed this one—we touched a on a lot of topics we didn’t cover the first time around back in Episode 28—including her decision to run Chicago this fall and what she’s changing about her approach going into the race; we also talked about avoiding “the comparison trap” and having the confidence in herself to make adjustments to her training when necessary; we got into the steps she’s taken to stay healthy and keep her body strong, her renewed focus on nutrition and being at a healthy weight versus her fastest weight, how she’s learning to prioritize longterm health over short term success, and a lot more.This episode is brought to you by UCAN. UCAN powders and bars with SuperStarch give you slow-release carbs and long-lasting energy without the big crash. I’ve used the SuperStarch drink powder to fuel my last few marathons, and the new Hydrate product, which I’ve been taking on my longer training runs, is a clean, natural electrolyte replacement with no sugar, zero calories and 5 added electrolytes to replace the nutrients lost in sweat. Visit generationucan.com and use the code “SHAKEOUT25” at checkout to save 25% on your first order. Already a UCAN customer? Enter the code “SHAKEOUT”—no number at the end of that one—at checkout to save 15% on subsequent orders.Complete show notes: https://www.themorningshakeout.com/podcast-episode-71-with-sarah-sellers/Sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday morning: www.themorningshakeout.com/subscribe/Support the morning shakeout on Patreon: www.patreon.com/themorningshakeout See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

50mins

5 Aug 2019

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96: Sarah Sellers - There's A Lot More

C Tolle Run

Carrie welcomes Sarah Sellers back to the show! In this episode, they talk about her (not so perfect) buildup and race at the 2018 TCS New York City Marathon, how life has changed since placing second to Des Linden in Boston, and her life outside of running. Show notes for this episode can be found at ctollerun.com.

41mins

15 Nov 2018

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Episode 28 | Sarah Sellers

the morning shakeout podcast

"My goal isn't to garner more media attention or to shock the world or to even top Boston. My goal is to keep the love of the sport, to stay healthy, and to continue chipping away at times because ultimately I think [that] kind of like Des Linden has shown the world, if you are able to stay healthy and train consistently for a long period of time, that's where you get really good."Stoked to have Sarah Sellers on the podcast this week! The 27-year-old Sellers, who works as a nurse anesthetist in Arizona, was the surprise second-place finisher at April's Boston Marathon, running a personal-best of 2:44:04 in cold, windy, wet conditions. Sellers, who took home $75,000 for her efforts, didn't realize she was the runner-up until after she crossed the finish line.In this conversation, we talked a bit about what's changed for her since Boston while looking ahead to her next big race, the New York City Marathon on November 4.  We also discussed whether or not she's felt an added layer of pressure after her breakthrough performance at Boston, how she's learned to move on from bad races, where her mental toughness comes from, injuries and the changes she's made to her training and lifestyle in order to stay healthy, defining herself as more than just a "runner," balancing training at a high level with working a demanding hospital job, the importance of the support system she surrounds herself with, and a lot more.Music and editing for this episode of the morning shakeout podcast by John Summerford at BaresRecords.comComplete show notes here: https://www.themorningshakeout.com/podcast-episode-28-with-sarah-sellers/Sign up here to get the morning shakeout email newsletter delivered to your inbox every Tuesday morning: www.themorningshakeout.com/subscribe/Support the morning shakeout on Patreon: www.patreon.com/themorningshakeout See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

50mins

11 Sep 2018

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Sarah Sellers On The Boston Marathon

Explore The Space

Sarah Sellers is a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist who shocked the world this past April when she came out of nowhere to finish in 2nd place at the Boston Marathon. She joined us to discuss her remarkable achievement, the importance of being in the moment, and how her work in healthcare and her marathon training are bound together. Key Topics What does a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist do? Finding time to run amidst a full work schedule The discipline and value of “being in the moment.” Qualifying for the Boston Marathon by winning her first marathon Setting goals for Boston The epic weather during the race The value of camaraderie amongst the competitors The famous picture and the smile Going back to work Maintaining focus and being able to adapt to change Lessons from her success at the  Boston Marathon that connect to working with patients Can hospital food be part of a nutrition plan for marathon training?

9 Jul 2018

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Sarah Sellers On Her Epic Boston Marathon Run, Belonging Among Elites, Moving Forward

CITIUS MAG Podcast with Chris Chavez

But actually, who is Sarah Sellers? It's a question that's been asked a bunch since her runner-up finish in April's Boston Marathon. Chris Chavez caught up with her at the New York Road Runners RunCenter ahead of her race at the New York Mini 10K.Chris and Sarah discuss her perspective of how she battled the awful weather conditions in Boston. What's life been like since her runner-up finish? When did the hangover stop? How does she take a performance like that and build off of it?All that and more in this episode of The CITIUS MAG Podcast.If you enjoy this podcast, check out the other shows on the CITIUS MAG Podcast Network including the 1609 Podcast, Price of a Mile, Running Things Considered and more. citiusmag.com/citius-mag-podcast-network/Long live CITIUS MAG. If you want the site and podcast to continue going strong, please consider pledging any dollar amount monthly to show your love and support for what we do. Any amount is greatly appreciated. Your help will feed the bloggers. Visit Patreon.com/CITIUSMAG today.Follow host Chris Chavez on Twitter @ChrisChavez. Stay up to date on everything on CITIUSMAG.com and on Twitter @CITIUSMAG.

29mins

8 Jun 2018

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Ep 152 - Chocolate Cake (Sarah Sellers)

Pace the Nation

Ep 152 - Chocolate Cake (Sarah Sellers)

1hr 19mins

29 Apr 2018

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Episode 114: Sarah Sellers

I'll Have Another with Lindsey Hein Podcast

Today I have the women’s second place finisher of the Boston Marathon on the show! Sarah Sellers grabbed second place in the women’s field on Monday coming in as an unknown force to be reckoned with. She works full time as nurse anesthetist and lives with her husband and their two border collies in Tuscon, Arizona. Sarah ran for Weber State University where her running career was cut short her Jr. year due to injury. She took a good junk of time off competitive running to focus on grad school and recently started picking up the miles when she completed her first marathon last fall in Utah in a time of 2:44, securing her a spot in the elite field at Boston. Boston was her first marathon training cycle where she really focused on speed. Before the weather report for the day came out, she was focused on training to run a 2:37, to grab an Olympic Trials A Standard time. Once the conditions of the wind, rain and cold came about she shifted her focus to racing well, and as you know by now, that served her well. I am so excited to share this conversation with an incredible woman who we are all so happy to get to know! Enjoy this conversation with Sarah Sellers! Follow Sarah: Sarah on Instagram Follow Lindsey:  Lindsey on Instagram Lindsey on Twitter Lindsey on Facebook  JOIN the I’ll Have Another FACEBOOK Group Support the Show on Patreon Strava The post Episode 114: Sarah Sellers appeared first on Lindsey Hein.

19 Apr 2018

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