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Julian pops in and out of Cairns to get Ellie through a tough workout.
Brad recalls what he asked on the show as the snow hits Canberra.
Brady begins a marathon block of training with some trepidation.
Stewy McSweyn clocks 7:28.94 in the London Gateshead Diamond League 3000m, less than a second off his PB just behind winner Mohammad Katir. Matt Ramsden set a new PB of 7:35.65 finishing 5th in the race and 4th fastest of all time while Dave McNeill ran 7:49.32.
Peter Bol comes 3rd in the 800m in 1:45.22 while Jeff Riseley 1:50.05
Rorey Hunter sets a Personal Best in the Emsley Carr Mile in 3:57.39
Rose Davies and Izzi Batt-Doyle placed first and second in the 1500m at the Joensuu Games, Finland with times of 4:12.30 &4:12.53 respectively. Ben Buckingham ran a 3000m best in 7:49.85.
Davies and Doyle then backed up at the Savo Games 5000m in Lapinlahti, Finland with Izzi this time taking the win and meet record off Gen Gregson in 15:16, ahead of Rose in 15:32
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Two of Australia’s 1500m women are in fine form leading into the Tokyo Olympics, Linden Hall running 4:00 in a 1500m time trial, while at the Sound Running Sunset Tour Jessica Hull also ran 4:00 for 1500m.
Tasmania Cross Country Championships taken out by Dejen Gebreselasse & Meriem Daoui.
Jetty 2 Jetty Fun Run up in Queensland had the half marathon won by Liam Boudin and Jacqui Swindale, while the was 10K won by Jack Bruce and Olga Firsova.
Timothy Cheruiyot was added to Kenyan Olympic Team after Kamar Eitang had insufficient out of competition tests supplied.
Listener Question asks about how to go about preparations for racing at different times of the day, then Moose on The Loose goes on the Olympics infamous Rule #40 restricting athlete’s capacity to make a living, then Brady on the Loose on countries snubbing their athletes after meeting the Olympic qualifying standard.