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Brad has a flash of form at Mulligans and stops for fan photos.
Julian questions the wardrobe choice of MTC’s national record holders.
Brady puts in a marathon workout.
Joshua Chetegei breaks 5km World Record in Monaco running a solo 12:51
Ollie Hoare placed second at the Wanamaker Mile in the Millrose Games, New York.
Wisconsin State Journal.
Georgia Griffith sets a PB and Olympic Qualifier of 2:00.88 over Catriona Bisset at the Canberra Track Classic, while James Nipperess tactically takes out the Men’s Steeplechase.
Canberra Track Classic Results
Tokyo Marathon cancels mass participation race two weeks out amid Coronavirus fears
Japan Running News
Listener Question asks where and how the boys would run their last run and Moose on the Loose gives his shower thoughts about race predictors on watches.
Jack Bruce joins Brady to talk about his progression from a junior racing at the back of the field to placing 3rd in Zatopek in consecutive years. He looks back at his recruitment to the University of Arkansas and growing up racing against Pat Tiernan, breaking down his experience within the NCAA training structure and then making the transition to Melbourne Track Club
Jack talks about his main training partners in the group, the appeal of the simple things done well and looking towards the future in racing on the roads and chasing Olympic standards.