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Julian spends a down week in Brad’s world leading into Box Hill Burn.

Brad’s coming down with a cold but not before pacing an athlete of his through a marathon session.

Brady needs to get his weekly schedule settled as he locks in a few races on the calendar.

Run The Bridge in Hobart was won by Gen Gregson and Jack Rayner in new course records with Gen winning the Battle of the Sexes. Ellie Pashley and Sinead Diver placed second and third for the women while Liam Adams and Joel Tobin-White filled the podium on the men’s side. Official Event Run Report 2021 Run The Bridge Results

ACT Athletics Grand Prix Steeplechase Ben Buckingham takes out the win in the last lap over James Nipperess & Matt Clarke. Athletics Australia Results Hub

All class in Canberra as Coles Summer Super Series begins

Lisa Weightman sets new 10K Road personal best out in Sandy Point, with Bret Ellis taking out the 10K outright, Dave Ridley ran solo to take out the win in the Half Marathon, Madeline Heiner took out the Women’s Half Marathon.
Sandy Point Half Marathon Results

 

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Trial of Miles Racing: The Texas Qualifier hosted by Citius Mag in Austin, Texas USA was held over two nights as an opportunity for athletes to run Olympic Trials Qualifiers. The event broadcast free over YouTube featuring light pacing, commentary and drone coverage. Australian Charlie Hunter ran 3:37.61 in the Men’s 1500m.
The Texas Qualifier Full Results

The 76th and final edition of Lake Biwa Marathon sees Kengo Suzuki smash the Japanese Marathon Record, taking a huge portion off his prior personal best to become the first Japanese runner to run sub 2:05 as 42 men run under the 2:10 mark.
Japan Running News

Moose on the Loose laments on how much shoes change but attitudes hasn’t over the past 15 years comparing the Japanese and Western marathon competitors, then the boys make their predictions on what Stewart McSweyn can run in the 5000m for the Box Hill Burn.

Stay tuned for an upcoming special on the Greatest Australian Women Runners of all time to coincide with International Women’s Day next week.

The boys also put in the miles and review the New Balance 1080v11, the latest update on the beloved highly cushioned daily trainer.

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