On The Line: Big Moves To Finish Out The Indoor Season

On the latest episode of On The Line, we chat with the US No. 1 leader in the long jump, Upper Dublin's Jaden Price-Whitehead, then we dive into major storylines and discuss field event standouts. Bryan and Cory add their thoughts on Tierney Wolfgram's upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials marathon, then the guy's predict who will be 'The Matthew Boling' of 2020.

Run Of Show: 

  • Welcoming Jaden Price-Whitehead on to the show [1:00]
  • Jaden comments on being No. 1 and then walks us through his nation-leading mark [1:40]
  • Working on technique [3:00]
  • Goals for 2020 and the expectation moving forward [4:30]
  • Jaden on slow-clapping before a run [5:35]
  • Jaden's top LJ mark puts him at No. 2 in PA history -- he talks about reflecting on that mark [6:15]
  • Favorite meet of the indoor season so far [7:30]
  • Talking musical tastes and his talent with a guitar [9:00]
  • Jaden's hopes for New Balance Nationals Indoor [11:15]
  • A longer discussion on Gavin Sherry's and Aidan Puffer's memorable 3,200m runs [14:10]
  • A longer look at Myles Collins's 4:08 outdoors in the 1,600m, fastest effort in Feb. history [18:20]
  • Ann Arbor Pioneer's history DMR at the MITS Indoor State Championships [21:15]
  • Analyzing Leo Dashbach's fast mile time at the University of Washington [23:10]
  • Paige Sommers breaks California's state pole vault record [27:40]
  • Another field event breakdown [31:00]
  • Tierney Wolfgram is headed to the U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials [33:10]
  • Who will become outdoor track's next Matthew Boling? [38:50]
  • Indoor meets on tap this weekend [46:00]

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