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Brad comes off Launceston and puts in his last specific workout before the taper.
Julian has a bit of a tumultuous week with illness and fatigue.
Brady tries to find something to get fired up over at Cruden Farm.
XCR at the Cruden Farm 12km cross country course saw a repeat of the podiums from Bendigo with Andy Buchanan taking the top spot alongside Andre Waring and Seth O’Donnell, as did Georgia Hansen ahead of Melissa Duncan and Rachel McGuinness.
Plenty of action for Aussies at the Oslo Diamond League, with Jack Rayner setting a new 5000m personal best of 13:06.00 to move into #3 on the all-time list, as well as World Championship Qualifier. Rose Davies in the women’s 5000m ran 15:20.37.
Catriona Bisset posted another season’s best of 1:59.42 for 6th in the women’s 800m.
In the Dream Mile, Oliver Hoare set a new National & Oceania Record 3:47.48, placing second behind winner Jakob Ingebrigsten who narrowly missed the European Record. Matt Ramsden was also in the race, coming 10th in 3:57.11
Peter Bol breaks his own 800m National Record, now a time of 1:44.00 at Paris Diamond League.
Sandgate parkrun sees some fast times from the likes of Kieren Perkins and Cara Feain-Ryan.
NSW XC Championships were held in Willandra and won by Aaron Spiessberger-Parker over Ben St Lawrence, while Paige Campbell took the title over Aynslee van Graan.
Linden Hall posts a 4:00.58 in the 1500m in Castellón, Spain, stating her case for selection.
Ben Buckingham set a 8:19 Personal Best 3000mSC at Paavo Nurmi Games, Finland
Copenhagen Athletics Games Callum Davies 3:37.86 for 3rd in the 1500m, while, Izzy Batt-Doyle posts 8:57.75 in the 3000m
This week’s Listener Question from Sidney is also this edition of training talk presented by
Lululemon, as the boys talk about pre-race hydration in terms of how far in advance as well as other factors like managing sodium levels.
Moose goes Loose on the lack of professionalism found within some team sports, then wonders how much baby stuff is enough.