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Julian gives his steady progress to recovery while trying to sort everything wrong in his body.

Brad shares his tales from the gym after the pouring of tributes throughout the week.

Brady keeps the running flame alive and eyes the NSW 10,000m Champs.

Jessica Hull is the first in Australian athletics to hold the 1500m, 5000m and now the 3000m national records in a successful season, completing the trifecta at Doha Diamond League with a time of 8:38.06. Gen Gregson posted 9:07.40 in the same race.

 

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3️⃣ Australian records in 43 days 🤩! 8:36.03 tonight for 3,000m in Doha to become the first Australian woman to hold the 1500m/3km/5km treble of national records at the same time 🇦🇺😃 In possibly the deepest field I’ve competed in, I finished in 10th place. I’ve come a long way this year, and little by little I’ll keep chipping away and putting more pieces together with @pete.j.julian and my team! 💪🏼 A huge congratulations to @stewy_mac3 for breaking the men’s 1500m Australian record tonight! On this day 20 years ago @cathyfreemanofficial won the 400m at the Sydney Olympics. It’s very special to think about how we have added our own pieces of history to the 25th of September! 📸: @matthewquine #DohaDL #topgearnofear #madeithurt #madeitcount #livingthedream

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Stewy McSweyn broke the long standing 1500m National Record 3:30.51, running with the pacemakers and asserted his dominance from gun to tape. Ryan Gregson, the previous record holder was also in the race running 3:37.75

 

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National 1500m record. Diamond League win. Amazing night in Doha last night 🤯🤯#MTCrising #beansingit

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Peter Bol competed in the Men’s 800m 1:45.74 paced by Joseph Deng. Deng then followed up with racing in the 1500m B Race with a time of 3:47.39

Full Doha Diamond League Results

Stewart McSweyn is ‘Doing a Mottram’- and Hull Claims the 3000m Australian Record

Gen and Ryan Gregson wrap up their seasons taking out the Milton Keynes 5000m PB Special.
Results

 

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What a morning! A huge honour to have @gengen_lacaze and @ryangregson25 race and win in the @noble_pro MK 5km PB Special today. . . The Aussie superstars (multiple Olympic finalists) took the win in both the Elite men’s and women’s races in 15.50 and 13.50 respectably. . . They are both racing for @belgraveharriers and hopefully we will see more of them on the UK domestic scene. . . In the elite women’s race 2nd home was @eleanorbolton1 , @hannahirwin_ in 3rd. In the men’s race @clarkey1 2nd with @cw_moody in 3rd. . Full results out tomorrow! . 📷 @lloydkempson . @nike #nike #nikerunning #running #runnersofinstagram #instarunning #ukrunchat #ukrunning #run

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Sydney Athletics Academy held Twilight Track Meets out at Narrabeen hosting races from 400m to 10K, featuring the likes of Joe Burgess, Tom Do Canto, Jenny Blundell and Paige Campbell.
Results

Listener question of the week asks about how the professionals go about planning and funding their seasons and Moose on the Loose laments the loss of fitness on the comeback trail.

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