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Tin Talk

By Tinman Elite

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Description

Tin Talks is aimed at providing light-hearted insight into the members of Tinman Elite. Follow along as they share their random hot takes, their thoughts on the sport of running, and what Tinman Elite is all about. Narrated by friend and photographer of Tinman Elite: Benjamin Weingart. Topics include: 3:05 Tinman Elite team culture 10:30 The team group chat 16:30 Current favorite shows and movies 20:30 Girls / Style 29:27 Hard-hitting topics 33:13 Lessons from Head Coach Tom Schwartz 39:00 Speed Rounds 56:00 Tinmob questions

Customer Reviews

Not great

I’ve followed these guys on social media for a while. Disappointed with first podcast. It felt like high schoolers rambling and talking over each other. Fielding a question like “who gets more chicks?” in the first episode (or in any episode) isn’t a good look.

Expected better

I’ve heard Sam Parsons give a few good interviews but this one was lacking. Lots of random rambling, I’d suggest a tighter interview which probably starts with the interviewer. The sound quality was also poor.

Awesome Podcast

Listened to this while I ran. It made me realize how awesome of a sport this is and how I strive to be as close with my teammates as you guys are... sick group, keep up the good work guys. (Can’t wait for the SOBM shirts to drop)

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