This episode is sponsored by. the Think Big Run The Bridge in Hobart. Australia’s richest 10km road race and for the past 2 years has been the fastest 10km road race in Australia. Coming up on February 27, it includes a 10km, 5km and 1km events – for more details hobartrunthebridge.com.au.
Brad tries to manage his high heart rate in the heat and humidity.
Julian gets his mileage up while organising the upcoming Surf Coast Training Camp.
Brady takes out the Vic Country Champs 5000m and nearly takes the double in the 1500m.
Oli Hoare celebrates his birthday in style, taking out the Wanamaker Mile in 3:50.86 at the Millrose Games in New York. Jessica Hull came 4th in 4:24.06, also running the Wanamaker Mile, both setting National & Area Records for the Indoor Mile. Geordie Beamish of New Zealand and teammate of Oli at On Athletic Club takes out the Dr Sander 3000m in a thriller over American duo Cooper Teare & Cole Hocker.
Rose Davies goes back to back at the Zatopek:10 in 32:58.45, taking the victory by outkicking Eloise Wellings in the final lap, with Izzy Batt-Doyle placing third.
Jack Rayner won his maiden Zatopek:10 over a tight contest against Dave McNeill, winning in 28:16.86. Liam Adams & Joel Tobin White were third and fourth respectively.
Catriona Bisset took out the Women’s 800m over Ellie Sandford 2:01.20, while Tom March won the Men’s 800m 1:52.85 over Wolfgang Cotra-Nemesi.
In the Women’s 1500m Claudia Hollingsworth carried her Vic Milers Club form with the win over Melissa Duncan in 4:16.50. Luke Young took the win over Jude Thomas in 3:48.44. The U20 Ondieki & De Castella 3000m races were won by Amy Bunnage and Thomas Diamond respectively.
Berihu Aregawi runs 7:26.20 for the 5th fastest Indoor 3000m ever in Karlsruhe, just shy of the long standing record of 7:24.90 set by Daniel Komen in 1998.
The show wraps up with Moose going Loose over inappropriate crowd behaviour, before a preview of the Patreon-exclusive episode of The Long & The Short of It with Louis McAfee, Jess Stenson and Luke Mathews.