Julian’s bageling up in NYC, star-spotting in Central Park and running fast with Tim Lefroy.
Dane Verwey from episode 11 fills in with Brad out on BabyWatch. Dane’s aiming for a sub 2:24 while balancing his busy work as a physio and ticks off the final sessions before flying to London with Brady.
Brady goes through a standard week ahead of Berlin Marathon this week. Over his cold, running 2x5ks before flying over.
The Continental Cup in Ostrava, Czech Republic Stewy McSweyn was gutsy in the elimination 3000 as he dictated the pace. Gen LaCaze also ran the 3000, while Ryan Gregson caps off a busy year.
Great North Run, Sir Mo wins his 5th straight on his own terms in 59:26, Jake Robertson 59:57 coming second with Bashir Abdi in third. Vivian Cheruiyot won the women’s race.
Australians Pat Tiernan & Michael Shelley finished 8th & 10th respectively.
18-year-old Kenyan Rhonex Kipruto runs the 2nd fastest 10k in Prague, Caroline Kipkirui
A rainy 5th Avenue Mile is taken out by Jake Wightman of the UK and Jenny Simpson of
Daniel asks about how to strategically approach and race a marathon before Dane, Brady & Julian make their predictions for each other and the elites for the Berlin Marathon this Sunday 17th September. Moose is on the Loose on runners who can’t separate themselves from their phones.
You can learn more about Dane’s own journey to the Berlin Marathon at runculture.org
Stewy McSweyn is straight off the Ostrava Continental Cup & running Australia’s second fastest ever 5000m to chat with Brady about his breakout 2019 season. Stewy talks about growing up on King Island and boarding school in Ballarat, what his standard training week involves and how he schedules a season for championship races such as Zatopek and Commonwealth Games. He gives insight with what he has planned in the short and long-term future and explains his signature hashtag #beansingit
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