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Brad recovers from Sydney 10 by taking Fashions on the Field in Wagga Wagga.
Julian begins the steady process of running again.
Brady rallies the Bats to their maiden Premier Division victory at Jells XC Relays.
At the Sound Running Track Meet in California USA, Brett Robinson missed the 10,000m World Champs Standard running 27:51.51, two seconds behind first-place finisher Zouhair Talbi of Morocco.
Rose Davies hit the 10000m World Champs Standard to run 31:18.54 for third place and 4th all-time for Australia. Izzy Batt-Doyle was 7th for a time of 31:58.25.
Paige Campbell 15:36 6th in the Women’s B 5000m while in the Men’s B 5000m featured Jack Bruce in 8th with 13:51.93, Mick Stanovsek in 10th with 13:57 while Isaac Heyne was a DNF.
Nat Rule achieved the World Champs Standard and a PB of 15:06.5 to come 3rd in the race and 7th fastest all-time in Australia, two weeks after the Gifu Half Marathon.
Jakob Ingebrigsten headlined Men’s 5000m taking it out in 13:02.03 while Sam McEntee was 11th in 13:24.
Carley Thomas ran 2:03:58 to place 5th in the Women’s B 800m while Abby Caldwell ran 4:05.55 to place 6th in the Women’s 1500m.
Ben Buckingham returned to racing at the Seiko Grand Prix in Tokyo, Japan with an 8:40.34 in the Steeplechase to place 9th, Georgia Griffith took out the win in the 1500m in 4:06.04.
XCR Season Launched with returned to Bendigo Region Jells XC Relays. Stewy McSweyn ran the fastest leg of the day in 17:30, anchoring for St Stephens Harriers.
Box Hill took out the Women’s Premier Division in a dominant display with South Melbourne and Glenhuntly battling for the podium. Linden Hall ran the opening leg for Athletics Essendon and ran the fastest leg of the day in 20:07.
Lululemon once again presents Training Talk this week, with Brad taking through his recent staple session of 4-6 x 6 min reps at threshold effort, with 1 minute recovery. He goes into why he does it and how to measure your effort in each rep and how you should expect to pull up afterwards.
Moose goes on the Loose at the idea of children doing marathons and high training volumes, then the boys wrap up with details of ticket sales for the IRP Gold Coast Marathon Live Show presented by Pillar Performance to be held at the Southport RSL with patreon supporters granted early access and discount when the sale goes live.