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Brad commences his return to run program.

Julian sets expectations for Osaka and recaps an eventful Roo Run, then gives a preview of the Geelong 5k/10k.

Brady spots fish along the river and runs on New Years with Zacca.

The Devonport Carnival saw the first of two clashes between Oli Hoare and Stewy McSweyn, running the mile off scratch, with Aaron Harvey of Ulverstone taking line honours off 140m with Oli taking second and Stewy fourth. TasCarnivals Report Devonport Results

Burnie Carnival saw the two Olympians rematch, this time Stewy taking the duel over Oli in the open Mile running off scratch, with Abbie Butler first across the line. Results

Izzi Batt-Doyle set the parkrun world best at Aldinga Beach 15:25
https://www.parkrun.com.au/aldingabeach/results/244/

 

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Josh Cheptegei won the Madrid 10k on New Years Day in 27:09 over Mo Katir and Jesus Ramos, with the view to defend his World Cross Country title in Bathurst and potentially line up for a marathon later in the future. Prisca Chesang of Uganda took it out over Francine Niyonsaba of Burundi and Beatrice Chepkoech of Kenya.

Ejgayehu Taye of Ethiopia came two seconds off from the Road 5k WR at the Barcelona 5k running 14:21, with Addisu Girma winning in 13:26
World Athletics

Letesenbet Gidey & Berihu Aregawi take out the Jan Madea Cross Country race in Sululta, Ethiopia
World Athletics

Listener Question asks the boys what their running goals for 2023 are and then takes a turn on Brady on the Loose over Nike missing the chance to hype up Brett and Sinead.

Erchana Murray-Bartlett is out running “Tip to Toe”, running a world record 155 consecutive marathons from Cape York Peninsula, Queensland all the way to Melbourne Victoria to raise funds for the Wilderness Society and to raise awareness about Australia’s wildlife facing the threat of extinction. Erchana joins Brady to chat about how she started off as a junior soccer player and then joining Vigor and Collingwood Harriers to become a regular on the Melbourne AV scene, racing marathons around Australia and the world along the way.
She talks about how the Melbourne lockdown throughout 2020 culminated in starting Tip to Toe and meeting her partner, and what she puts the success of journey the down to, sharing the some of the specifics to satisfy world record requirements, the tough impact of fitness, wildlife encounters and the challenges of sharing the journey on social media

How Tip To Toe will finish and what she has planned once the adventure finishes.

You can donate to the Tip To Toe GoFundMe here
Wilderness Society & Erchana

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