Ben St Lawrence fills in for Moose as he comes off the Burnie 10.
Brad pulls up sore after Melbourne Half, taking some time off.
Brady runs for a whole week and wins the Sweat Vs Steam in Echuca.
Stewart McSweyn wins the Burnie 10 in a course record of 28:03, ahead of Melbourne Marathon winner Liam Adams. Emily Bricachek wins in a duel against Lisa Weightman.
Kenenisa Bekele DNFs at the 40km mark of the Amsterdam Marathon.
Lets Run Dissection of Bekele. Read more:http://www.letsrun.com/news/
IAAF Race Report here: https://www.iaaf.org/news/
Jess Trengove comes 4th at Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon in a Personal Best of 2:25:59, equalling Kerryn McCann’s mark. Jake Robertson places 5th in 2:09:25, while Cam Levins breaks the 43-year Canadian national marathon record.
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Every race is an opportunity to challenge your limits 🙌🏽. At the half way mark today I decided to stop looking at the clock & trust that if I just kept pushing, I might be able to make my way into the top 5. It took until the 38km mark to get there but I’m really happy to have finished in 4th place with the added bonus of a new PB (2.25.59) – it’s hard to beat the feeling of bettering your best 😄. . Thank you to everyone for the words of encouragement, to @dylanstenson for his phenomenal support on all fronts throughout this prep, @adamdidyk & @teamtemporun for always being there (even if it’s a quick FaceTime chat from the other side of the world), my relatives who flew across from Vancouver to be on the sidelines today, fellow athletes who continue to raise the bar & inspire those around them, my special sponsors & partners who support me to prepare/race + explore my potential and finally, to @alnbrookes @madjoydav & the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon team who have done everything and more to support the athletes this weekend. THANK YOU 😊. Xo . 📷: @dylanstenson #stwm #asicsrunning
Ethiopian and Kenyan depth is on display at the Dehli Half Marathon.
A listener asks about the benefits and challenges of altitude training camps, while Croker’s Confused and calling out on Moose about his personal assessment of Burnie 10.
Jess Pascoe is this week’s guest, an up and coming NCAA Cross Country runner out of Forbes, NSW. She chats with Brad about growing up as “the runner of town” and developing her passion in Little Aths before being recruited by the University of Florida where she now competes. Jess recounts the transition period adjusting to the changes in coaching and mileage, before explaining how the NCAA Cross Country season works as well as how she balances training with student life. She talks about training under Chris Solinsky, the first non-African to break 27 minutes for 10k and what her goals are for the season ahead.
Our ladies got their #WeChomp on in The Swamp to celebrate last season’s SEC Outdoor 🏆
— Gators Track and Field & Cross Country (@GatorsTF) October 23, 2018