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Julian gets through his biggest marathon workouts in St Moritz.
Brad’s getting up and about, much like his beloved Raiders.
Brady gets towed by a young-gun from Cobram and gets ready for the Tan Relays.
Lisa Weightman and Jack Bruce win the 12km City To Bay in Adelaide which doubled as the Road Running Championships. Read: Athletics Australia Championship Weekend Report
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Thanks @citybayfunrun and @athleticsaustralia for a wonderful morning. A great start to Spring sunshine ☀️. First 5k a PB 15:44 and again at 10k too 31:46 as we rolled down the hill. Congratulations to all the amazing competitors today. It’s an honour to join the champions of Australian distance running on the race honour board. Xo #runningmumsaustralia #inspiringtheeveryday #citybay2019
Isais Beyn of Queensland takes Australian Marathon Championship title over Dion Finocchiaro in the Sydney Marathon. Ingrid Cleland of Newcastle wins before working a 12-hour nursing shift. The boys debate the level of depth left wanting at a national championship.
Nike Campus in Oregon hosted the Portland 5000m where Bowerman Track Club’s Woody Kincaid became the 8th American to run under 13 minutes, with teammates Lopez Lomong & Matt Centrowitz running 13 minutes flat.
Geoffery Kamworor runs a new half marathon world record in 58:01 at Copenhagen Half Marathon, going on to prepare for the New York City Marathon in November.
Japan’s Marathon Grand Championship selecting the marathon team for the Tokyo Olympics with Yuta Shitara fading to seventh, with National Record holder Suguru Osako provisionally selected coming third. Read: IAAF Report
Full Australian Athletics Team officially announced ahead of World Championships in Doha.
Listener question from Steph Auston asks what the boys would tell their younger selves before Moose lets Loose on professional athletes trying to rort the drug testing process.
Camille Buscomb joins Julian to talk about where she sits in the Kiwi Athletic scene and growing up in the distance running scene in Hamilton, starting at age 8 and developing a love of racing. She looks back at the decision between pursuing fashion design and running out of high school before heading over to Purdue University, recounting some of the challenging experiences in the US before transferring back home to New Zealand, going through multiple coaches before finally joining the Melbourne Track Club and seeing first-hand the culture of hard work and confidence. Camille talks about what’s required to be a professional athlete, planning and seizing her opportunities in both studying and athletics as well as why she prefers track over cross country and whether a marathon is on the cards for the future and her expectations ahead of the World Athletics Championships in Doha.
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