Brad saves Dad Run Club and strings consecutive tons. Julian survives an injury scare and sells cold water recovery. Brady’s headspace and confidence both get a boost this week.
Genieve and Ryan Gregson each took out the Queensland 10000m Championships. Official Results
World Athletics mandates restrictions and guidelines for limits on shoe technology, specifying the maximum shoe stack height allowed for track events.
The Steigen 3000m World Challenge concluded with Stewy McSweyn taking the lead with a 7:39.18, while Sinead Diver ran 9:15.81 at Glenhuntly. Jess Hull’s time leads the women’s time while Stewy’s time is currently subject to official verification. Final Steigen 3000m Leaderboard
2020 Perth Half Marathon was won by Ben Chamberlain 1:05:55 and Nera Jerab in 1:15:29. Results
Sam Clifford and Milly Clark take out the Glenorchy 10K Fun Run. Results
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So grateful to able to race the Glenorchy 10km today 😁 Have really missed road races!! 2nd to young gun @Sam clifford___ and 30:50 so not my best, but the wind was insane!! Good battle with @ben_covington too, loved it!! . . . @tasmania @tasmaniagram @unitasathletics #running #racing #10km
Moroccan marathon national record holder and 2019 Fukuoka Marathon runner El Mahjoub Dazza banned for four years Moroccan for anomalies in his biological passport. Inside The Games Report Japan Times Article
The Board of the Local Organising Committee for the World Cross Championship scheduled for March 20, 2021 in Bathurst, NSW has recommended the event to be postponed World Athletics Press Release
Julian & The Running Company Ballarat will be featuring short videos during the Victorian lockdown on how to make the most of your allotted 60 minutes of daily exercise – you can also refer to IRP episode 123 for suggestions for 30 min bang-for-buck sessions (68-72 minute mark).
James Barker chats with Brad to talk about his 30-year competitive running career as well as his work as a renown soft tissue therapist. They look back at his personal bests including historic 2 mile race, and shoe laces coming undone in his marathon debut then looking back at his training from as far back as age 7, training at intensity at Little Aths and the different approach with his own sons. James looks back at the different coaches he’s had and their different philosophies and team cultures, including Andrew Lloyd and Dick Telford, to how his training has changed from his Junior days to as he is now at Masters level.
They focus on his work as a soft tissue therapist at Clinic 88 and lecturer at the Canberra Institute of Technology, what lead to his interest in his specialist field and what makes a good therapist then close with the common running based injuries he sees, what causes their overload and recommendations for treatment.