This episode is sponsored by the 2020 Cadbury Hobart Marathon on January 12, with the full marathon, half, 10K & more.
Brad’s sticking to his jogging structure for the week alongside Daddy Day Care.
Julian’s goes into detail the course measurement process for Run For A Cause Ballarat.
Brady runs a PB and IRP record of 14:09 at the Victorian 5000m Champs.
James Hansen of Knox and Whitney Sharpe win the Victorian 5000m Championships, while Tasmanian Sam Clifford breaks the Australian U/19 & U/20 5000m. Results
Ben St Lawrence goes back to back winning Point to Pinnacle on an altered course due to weather conditions, while Karinna Fyfe won the women’s race. Mercury Race Report
Jarryd Clifford backs up with another Gold in the 5000m Para World Champs in Dubai, with the help of guides Philo Saunders and Tim Logan.
Listener question asks about weirdest training tip they’ve heard which ends up sparking a debate involving Game Changers and Kanye West.
This weeks guest is New Zealand’s Caden Shields joins the podcast and talks about the influence of Lydiard growing up and having a highly developed aerobic base as a 12-year-old before heading off to compete in the NCAA Cross Country for Purdue University.
As time progresses, Caden talks about dealing with anxiety around racing and the strategies he had to develop to readjust his perceptions of racing.
Caden unpacks his performance at the 2019 Gold Coast Marathon where he qualified for the Doha World Championships, going into the process of earning a New Zealand singlet and racing in the World Athletic Championship Marathon before going into his typical training structure and chasing a place at the Tokyo Olympics.
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