• Brad has a quiet week with strategic resting before heading to Albury for the City2City, taking 2nd place and prioritises post-race nutrition above all else.

  • Julian’s plantar fascia settles to knock out some pretty strong sessions ahead of Melbourne Uni 5000m next Tuesday.

  • Brady has an easy week following his marathon, enjoying the opportunity to socialise  and taking the time to appreciate the spacing between goal races.

  • The Boys review the races Australian Track & Field Nationals

    • There was great theater 5000m races, where in the Men’s race Tiernan gambled with front running strategy while in the Women’s Celia Sullohern duelled with Madeline Hills to secure her spot.

    • The Men’s 800m threw a few curveballs for selectors, the fastest times coming from Joseph Deng the B Final, while the A Final featured the Luke Mathews show. Britt McGowan ran a smart race to secure her spot in the Women’s 800m.

    • In the 1500m races, Ryan Gregson did what he needed to do to get across the line as Linden Hall stays true her pet event.



  • Hobart Run The Bridge 10km showcases some of Australia’s best marathoners in cool conditions as Lisa Weightman wins the Battle of the Sexes ahead of Liam Adams.

  • 2 listener question this week, the first asks about the time between double runs, and then running with media devices. Moose on the Loose then deals with a VERY traumatic encounter.

  • #PrayForBrad as he moves into his final sessions ahead of Lake Biwa while Julian fine tunes ahead of the 5000.

  • This weeks guest is Dave Criniti who chats with Brady about starting out in ultra-running before stepping down to the marathons, and his progression within the distance while dealing with injuries. Dave then recounts running 2:17 at Berlin Marathon, as well as clocking high mileage via commuting. Dave is also the founder and director of Run Beyond Project teaching life skills to high school students through running and closes on his expectations on the Tokyo Marathon this weekend (25th February 2018).

Find out more about Run Beyond Project http://www.therunbeyondproject.com/





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