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Bradley recaps his week leading to a tough day at the office in the Melbourne Half Marathon. Julian comes down with a cold before heating up the track. Brady's pain free and on media duties at Melbourne Marathon, recording several interviews with Melbourne Marathon winners Sinead Diver and Liam Adams; Half...
This week’s episode is Styx Brewery. You can vote for Styx Brewery’s Inside Running Pale Ale and other beers on the GABS Hottest 100 by January 17, 2020. Brad survives a dramatic week of the bushfires around Bateman’s Bay and Canberra. Julian’s big mileage buildup continues and sets a target in the Vic Country Championships. Brady’s training at Falls Creek is cut short following evacuation protocols.
Brought to you by RunnersTribe, your number one source for comprehensive running news from around the world. Brad starts his taper ahead of Melbourne Half, dodging old ladies with sticks and then a long run with Tom Do Canto. Julian is still hitting the hills, trails and forests of Ballarat before Brad examines his...
Inside Running 39: Jeremy Roff Julian catches up on his long run, balances meetings with workouts and rubs shoulders with Olympians for a new fundraising event for Ballarat Foundation. Brad gets over his injury scare and out of Canberra for some time on the coast before bailing out of City2Surf for...
Julian trains with 5k race pace in mind, then escapes the hot weather with surfing in Iceland. There’s talk about who Julian expects to face in the Vic Country Champs. Brad’s maintains his “extremely impressive training runs” with his longest run before Lake Biwa and has deja vu...
Brad kicks off the week with some short recovery time between runs, does a session through a thunderstorm before running the windy Canberra Marathon for his Sunday long run. Chico State product Julian’s sessions includes hill sprints, the Moose Fartlek™ and a dreaded tempo session that works out fine in...
“I just want to drink beer and train like an animal.” The legend behind the quote Rod Dixon is this week’s guest, chatting with Julian in this first of a two-part interview about his athletic range from the 400m all the way to the marathon, starting with his prowess in the egg & spoon race. Rod remembers the inspiration felt from Edmund Hillary visiting his school and seeking something greater to aim for than Everest, having awareness of the great running culture within New Zealand, and comparing how the harriers club system in his time compares with today’s modern running scene.
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Julian gets his hip looked after, and puts in some heat sessions. Brad struggles a bit with motivation but stringing together some days. Brady froths over the warmer weather while waiting for the iron infusion to kick in. Stewart McSweyn runs the Zurich Diamond League 5000m in 13:32, paced by Ryan Gregson & Pat Tiernan with Joshua Cheptegi of Uganda taking the win. Zurich Diamond League Results via Watch Athletics
Jessica Stenson (nee Trengove) joins Brady for a chat about getting into podcasts and on expecting her first child with husband Dylan before diving into her career of 12 marathons, starting at age 24 and making the debut at Nagoya 2012 that saw her qualify for the 2012 London Olympics.