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In this week's episode, host Courtney Hufsmith talks with Olympic 5,000m runner Jess O'Connell about her experiences competing in both the Canadian and American collegiate systems β€” and why she feels one isn't actually necessarily better than the other. Plus, she discusses her feelings of imposter syndrome when starting out in running, and her secret to running a great 1,500m race.

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Keep It Running is a podcast for and by university athletes and alumni. Hosts Courtney Hufsmith (University of Saskatchewan) and Laura Dickinson (Syracuse University) interview a varsity athlete each week, discussing how they are staying motivated and connected to the sport, especially during the pandemic.

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