Episode 14: Eilidh Doyle, Athletics

Earlier this month, Scottish 400 metre hurdler Eilidh Doyle announced her retirement from Athletics. So it was only right that I invited her onto the podcast for an in-depth exit interview!

We covered everything. From the pressure of London 2012, to the relief of winning European gold, Eilidh has experienced it all.

Hear how Eilidh actually quit the sport in her late teens, why she missed Christine Ohuruogu in the call room and how she briefly ended up living with her coach Malcolm Arnold.

This episode is littered with superb insights into life as an athlete, it really is one for the die-hard athleticos!

Please spread the word about My Defining Moments and leave a comment if you are enjoying the podcast. I’m @ChrisBrownSport on social media, so feel free to get in touch!

Eilidh was such a pleasure to speak to, so please enjoy this episode!

Thanks for listening!

Chris

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