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Julian hits up the Bellarine Rail Trail Fun Run after sweating it up in the gym.
Brad links up with Running 4 Resilience and hoses down any travel plans in Melbourne.
Brady scraps it out over his long run to be Bendigo’s King of the Mountain.
With a little over 4 weeks before the 2021 Nike Melbourne Marathon Festival, the boys share their preparation tips at this crucial stage of training in terms of their training loads and planning out their long runs, when to start tapering as well as crucial advice for practicing race nutrition.
Peres Jepchirchir wins the New York City Marathon in 2:22:39, doubling up from her gold medal in the Tokyo Olympics, winning over Viola Cheptoo & Ababel Yeshaneh. Olympic Bronze medallist Molly Seidel came 4th setting an American Course Record in 2:24:42.
Albert Korir won the men’s race in 2:08:22 ahead of Mohamed El Aaraby of Morocco and Eyob Faniel of Italy while Keninisa Bekele finished 6th in 2:12 and Half Marathon World Record holder Kibiwott Kandie came 9th in his debut in the distance.
Bridge 2 Brisbane 10k won by Tim Vincent in 28:45 ahead of Louis McAfee and Jack Bruce, while Josephine Auer 33:56 ahead of Ash Gentle and Samantha Phillips
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Moose on the Loose is tired of the running commentary on how the weather and course are affecting your training compared to against the perfect ideal conditions as the wind and heat pick up.
This week’s episode is sponsored by Brooks Adrenaline GTS 22 where the boys give a review of the shoe ahead of its upcoming release in December 2021. Stay tuned to the IRP social channels to find out when you can pick up a pair when they get released.