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August 17, 2022  

250: Feat Leanne Pompeani

250: Leanne Pompeani | Cit2Surf | Monaco Diamond League | Australian Half Mara Champs
 

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Julian shares an honest update about what’s been happening in his life. 

Brad hits his first workout since the Gold Coast Marathon.
Brady has Archie back in tow for workouts.

In its return to the streets of Sydney, the 2022 City2Surf was won by Liam Adams in 41:14 two weeks after his fourth place run at the Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon and Leanne Pompeani in 45:49 in her maiden run, setting the third fastest time.

Leanne joins in to recap her performance, how she trained in the lead up to it and her typical training routine, talks about her season racing against tough competition and what she needs to do to make that next step progress plans for the future and her strengths as a runner
City2Surf Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/ChRc81KPvEt/ 

The Monaco Diamond League saw many fast times being run, with Amy Cashin posting 9:24.19 in the Women’s Steeplechase.
Continuing on from their campaigns at World Champs and Comm Games, Georgia Griffith ran 4:00.9 and Jess Hull posted 4:01.7 in the Women’s 1500m.

Stewy McSweyn ran 7:43.31 in the Men’s 3000m in his first race since the World Championships.
Abbey Caldwell ran a personal best of 1:59.31 in the 800m, now the 5th fastest all time while Linden Hall ran a season best of 2:00.45
Monaco Diamond League Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/abbey-caldwell-clocks-sub-2-in-monaco/

Brett Robinson and Lisa Weightman each take Australian Half Marathon Championship titles at the Sunshine Coast Half Marathon. Paige Campbell in her debut and Sarah Klein after her marathon at the Eugene World Championships, took the minor podium places as did Sam MacEntee and Liam Boudin. Victoria took the team Half Marathon title.
In the marathon the winners were Robert Collins in 2:26 and Tamara Carvolth in 2:45:21.

Sunshine Coast Marathon Results.

Elite Fields were announced for the New York City Marathon with Eloise Wellings & Jessica Stenson, while Pat Tiernan will make his marathon debut in Chicago. More announcements from major marathons to come as they will be later confirmed
NYRR Announce Elite Women’s Marathon Field
Chicago Marathon Elite Field 

Listener Question from Sarah asks about the mindset behind a training program, going into the details for how training is structured to ultimately achieve its intended objectives.
Moose talks up his new laptop and then goes Loose around the concept of “Junk Miles”. The boys talk about the impressive feats at the Dead Cow Gully Backyard Ultra and the upcoming documentary featuring Bendere Oboya: Run Girl on SBS On Demand.

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August 11, 2022  

249: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Track Program

249: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Track Program

Brad recovers after another bout of sickness.
Kristian Ulriksen guest hosts alongside the boys and recaps his training week in the campaign towards the Berlin Marathon
Brady starts to feel the toll of the cross country Lakeside 10

Oli Hoare is the 1500m Commonwealth Games Champion, taking down a world class field to set a personal best and Commonwealth Games Record of 3:30.12 and moves to second on the all-time list for Australia.
Matt Ramsden ran 3:48.98 in the second heat, while Stewy McSweyn withdrew prior to the games citing flu.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/oliver-hoare-wins-commonwealth-games-gold-in-new-record-time/ 

 

Ben Buckingham 8:34.17 for 6th place in the 3000m Steeplechase final with Ed Trippas in 8:37.42 for 8th.

Jack Rayner ran 13:24.90 for 7th in the 5000m final while Matt Ramsden ran in 13:30.08 for 10th.

 

Amy Cashin ran 5th in the 3000m Steeplechase final with 9:35.63, while Brielle Erbacher placed 8th in 10.59.64.

Izzy Batt-Doyle came 8th in the Women’s 5000m Final for 15:13.53, while Rose Davies placed 17th in 15:41.23 with Nat Rule in 15:51.31 for 18th.

 

Ky Robinson placed 6th in the 10000m, with a time of 27:44.33 that moves him to 10th on the all time list.

Izzy Batt-Doyle ran 32:04.52 for 8th in the 10000m, in a race that saw a dramatic finish with Eilish McColgan of Scotland just edging Kenya’s Irene Chepet Cheptai.

 

Peter Bol won the silver medal in the Men’s 800m, in a tactical time 1:47.66, just behind Kenya’s Wyclife Kinyamal. Charlie Hunter ran 1:49.94 in the heats.
https://www.instagram.com/p/Cg-RKC2rtrP/ 

Catriona Bisset placed 5th in a time of 1:59.41 in the Women’s 800m final. Georgia Griffith set a seasonal best of 2:00.36 in the heat but was unable to advance.

 

Abby Caldwell took the bronze medal in the 1500m 4:04.79 Hall 4th 4:05.029 Hull 8th 4:07.31
https://www.instagram.com/p/Cg-B53wrAPB/ 

 

Birmingham Commonwealth Games Athletics Results

 

Jye Edwards and Rory Hunter placed 6th and 7th respectively at the Sir Walter Miler.
Sir Walter Miler Results

 

Lakeside:10 saw Sam McEntee win in a time of 29:12 for St. Kevin’s AAC over Andre Waring and Seth O’Donnell, Georgia Hansen for Box Hill was first across the line in 33:41 ahead of Rachel McGuinness for South Melbourne and Michelle Pearson of St Stephens Harriers. In the teams competition St Stephens Harriers took out the Men’s Premier Division, ahead of Box Hill, Bendigo. Glenhuntly took out the Women’s Premier Division ahead of South Melbourne and Melbourne University.

Aths Vic ResultsHub
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RKNH0_ODQeo 

 

NSW Athletics hosted the Short Course XC at Mount Panorama as a preview to the World Cross Country Championships. Holly Campbell won the Women’s Open 6km over Aynslee Van Graan and Ella Higgins.

Ethan Wyatt-Smith won the Men’s Open 6km, ahead of Drew Fry and Cameron Myers

NSW Athletics Results

Listener Question asks the boys what races they’d still like to do and relive then throughout we have Crokes on the Loose on the disappointing fields that turn up to the Commonwealth Games as well as City2Surf losing its shine over the years.

 

There is a special promo for Victorian-based listeners training for Melbourne Marathon festival, who can have a hitout at the Bellarine Rail Trail Run with the discount code “IRP22”. Entries close 5pm Saturday August 13th. 

 

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August 3, 2022  

248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon

248: Birmingham Commonwealth Games Marathon

Brad struggles with a sore throat.
Julian finds a brief appreciation for parenting and spends time with the new puppy.
Brady learns the hard way why you should always change the batteries in a GoPro.

Jessica Stenson won the gold medal in the Commonwealth Games Marathon running 2:27:31 on the streets of Birmingham adding to her two bronze medals from the previous games at Glasgow and Gold Coast. Teammates Eloise Wellings and Sinead Diver who ran with Jess in the main pack for a significant portion of the race finished fourth and fifth respectively. Margaret Muruiki of Kenya and defending champion Helalia Johannes of Namibia rounded out the podium.
Official Women’s Marathon Results

Liam Adams took the race on in the men’s marathon, leading for over the first half of the race before Victor Kiplangat of Uganda and the then-chasing pack broke the race open, Kiplangat winning in 2:10:55. Alphonce Simbu of Tanzania won silver and Githae of Kenya took the bronze, with Liam only 7 seconds behind Githae in fourth. Andy Buchanan moved through the field to finish 7th overall in his debut global championship.

Official Men’s Marathon Results

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The boys then discuss the significance of Commonwealth Games compared to the World Athletics Championships and the potential impact on the next generation and general public.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/australias-jessica-stenson-wins-commonwealth-games-marathon-gold/ 

In the South Australia XC Champs, it was Matt Clarke over Adrian Potter and Max Stevens over 10k at Victoria Park, while Caitlin Adams took the state title ahead of Lucy Mauviel and Brooke Heins.
Results

Queensland State XC Champs won by Aidan Hobbs and Lauren Kerwick.
Results

Sydney Marathon to undergo candidacy process for World Major Marathon status.
Official Press Release


This week the boys go through a series of quick-fire listener questions, ranging from the comm games marathon, the recent world championships and the very early Paris Olympic marathon team selection.
Moose on the Loose winds things up with the small fields on display and some of the bureaucratic mishaps with the marathon lineups.

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July 30, 2022  

Shoe Geeks - July 2022 Sponsored by Asics

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Catch up in the latest shoe news with Nitta, Moose and TDC as they discuss their last month of running shoes. 

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July 27, 2022  

247: World Athletics Champs Week 2 | Victorian State XC Champs

247: World Athletics Champs Week 2 | Victorian State XC Champs

 

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Julian recaps his week leading to the Victorian XC Champs at Bundoora.
Brad continues to rebuild post-marathon and starts to pivot in a new direction.
Brady puts the finishes touches on the Johnno’s Run 10k in Echuca Moama before hitting 9th at Bundoora.

Continuing at the World Athletic Championships where Jessica Hull placed 7th in 4:01.82 and Georgia Griffith 9th in 4:03.26. Olympic Champion Faith Kipyegon regained her 1500m world title ahead of Gudaf Tsegay of Ethiopia and Laura Muir of Great Britain.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/faith-kipyegon-regains-world-1500m-title-in-fast-final/?fbclid=IwAR2BY2ymwMO_d51EWd8Nzjr7umPI7-QfUZAnCevN-qWjTU5UOpOZTuxAxHc   

Stewart McSweyn ran a seasonal best of 3:33.24, as Jake Wightman of Great Britain upset the favourite and Olympic Champion Jakob Ingebrigsten.

 

In the Women’s 5000m, Nat Rule was unable to finish her heat, while Rose Davies finished 15th overall with a time of 15:45.95, Jess Hull withdrew testing positive for covid following the 1500m final. The Final was won by Gudaf Tsegay, adding gold after her silver in the 1500m.
The Men’s 5000m saw Ky Robinson post 13:27.03 in his heat, just shy of his personal best while Matt Ramsden ran 13:52.90 in his. Jack Rayner withdrew to prioritise Commonwealth Games. Jakob Ingebrigsten won the final in redemption for the 1500m, just ahead of Jacob Krop of Kenya and Oscar Chelimo of Uganda.

 

Peter Bol progressed through to the Men’s 800m final to place 7th overall. Joseph Deng withdrew from the heats citing achilles problems.

Catriona Bissett finished with 2:05.20 in the Women’s 800m semi final after a bruising encounter in the heats, with debuts made by Tess Kirsop-Cole and Claudia Hollingsworth.
Sarah Klein moved through the field to place 14th in the Women’s Marathon in a personal best time of 2:30:10

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/bol-bows-out-buschkuehl-leaps-into-final/
World Athletics Results

 

Sydney Harbour 10k won by Brett Robinson in 28:42 ahead of Matt Clarke and Ed Goddard. The women’s race was won by Chloe Tighe 32:24 ahead of Leanne Pompeani and Aynslee Van Graan.
Sydney Harbour 10k Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CgYJgTtPQaO/ 

 

Melissa Duncan for Box Hill and Seth O’Donnell of Mentone take out the Victorian State XC Titles at Bundoora Park. In the teams it was another victory each for Glenhuntly and Premier Division Women and Bendigo Region in Premier Division Men.
Aths Vic ResultsHub
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bjn4Gl-qE1g 

Listener Question of the week asks what elite runners do between hard efforts and races that amateurs miss out on, and what can be done as athletes get older.

The boys then review the ASICS Metaspeed+ Series, reviewing differences between the Metaspeed Sky+ and the Metaspeed Edge+, going through how they find the ride of each and where they find it in their rotation.

Moose on the Loose talks about the mounting costs and fees involved with state representation after you’ve qualified for the privilege.

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July 20, 2022  

246: World Champs Week 1

246: World Champs Week 1

Sean Quilty, Olympian and international representative at multiple world championships and Commonwealth Games with personal bests of 1:02:16 in the half marathon and 2:13:32 in the marathon passed away on Saturday 16th July 2022 after a long battle with cancer. Sean is also remembered as a lifetime athlete, and prominent figure of the Victorian Athletic League.
Athletics Australia Obituary

Brad’s still recovering from the Gold Coast Marathon.
Julian gets hyped for this week’s race at Bundoora Park.
Brady loosens his shoulders before getting lost on his long run.

World Athletics Championships in Eugene saw a lot of strong performances from plenty of Aussies, starting with the Women’s 1500m where at the time of recording Georgia Griffith & Jessica Hull advanced to final while Linden Hall faced a fast semifinal to finish 4:04.65
Amy Cashin posted a 6 second PB of 9:21.46 to move to 4th on the All-Time list of Women’s 3000m Steeplechase, narrowly missing advancing to the final. Cara Feain-Ryan ran 9:43.41 and Brielle Erbacher ran 9:40.55 in their respective heats.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/theres-no-place-like-home-hull-ready-for-world-final-on-home-track/ 

 

In the Men's 1500m Heats Matt Ramsden ran 3:39.83, while Oli Hoare made it to the semi final in 3:38.36. Stewart McSweyn marked a near complete return to form as he progressed to the final, running 3:35.07 in the semi final.

In the 3000m Steeplechase Heats, Ed Trippas ran 8:23.83 while Ben Buckingham posted 8:29:15.
Jack Rayner placed 19th with 28:24.12 in the 10000m as Joshua Cheptegei defended his title from Doha. Jack will go again in 5000m later in the week.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/joshua-cheptegei-claims-back-to-back-world-10000m-titles-in-eugene/ 

 

Other races discussed were Women’s 10000m won by Letesenbet Gidey of Ethiopia and the Men’s Marathon won by Tamirat Tola also of Ethiopia in a Championship Record.
World Athletics Results

 

Charlie Hunter sets 1500m PB 3:34.32 at Sound Running Sunset Tour in Los Angeles, USA
Results

 

Kenyan Marathoner Lawrence Cherono and 800m runner Nijel Amos of Botswana provisionally suspended after positive doping results ahead of World Championships.
Lawrence Cherono (Runner’s World)
Nijel Amos (The Guardian)

Aths NSW 4x4km Road Relays won by Randwick Botany in the Women’s Division with the fastest time of the day run by Holly Campbell in 12:55, while UTS Norths took out the Men’s Division lead by Ed Goddard’s quickest leg of the day in 11:19.

Athletics NSW Report

Listener Question of the week asks how hard it should feel to do hard sessions and how to go about gauging effort, then Moose gives an update on his puppy arriving and the fine line of disqualification for fractional false starts.

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July 13, 2022  

245: Athletics World Championships Team Announcement

245: Athletics World Championships Team Announcement 

 
 
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Brad slides into some trouble then paces a parkrun post Gold Coast Marathon.
Julian tries to sneak into Geelong’s Premier Division before settling with Div 5.
Brady takes an easy week after Gold Coast before taking the Bats to Sandown Road Relays.

Athletics Australia announces it’s team for the 2022 Eugene World Athletic Championships:
Women’s Team

800m - Catriona Bisset, Tess Kirsop-Cole, Claudia Hollingsworth

1500m - Linden Hall, Jessica Hull, Georgia Griffith 

3000m Steeplechase - Amy Cashin, Brielle Erbacher, Cara Feian-Ryan 

5000 - Rose Davies, Nat Rule, Jessica Hull

Marathon - Sarah Klein

Men’s Team
800m - Peter Bol, Joseph Deng

1500m - Oliver Hoare, Stewy McSweyn, Matt Ramsden

3000m Steeplechase - Ben Buckingham, Ed Trippas

5000 - Ky Robinson, Matt Ramsden, Jack Rayner

10000 - Jack Rayner

The boys dissect the controversy surrounding the selection policy regarding automatic selection and Abby Caldwell’s omission from the team despite winning the National title earlier in the year and subsequently running the qualifying time.
Athletics Australia Team Announcement
AA Clarification Regarding Selection Statement

Eliud Kipchoge will return to the Berlin Marathon, last racing there in 2018 where he set the World Record.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/eliud-kipchoge-returns-to-berlin/ 

Box Hill Men’s Premier Division took the win over Bendigo Region and St Stephens Harriers at the XCR Sandown Road Relays. Glenhuntly Women Premier Division took another victory over South Melbourne with Athletics Essendon
Aths Vic ResultsHub

Jessica Hull sets a new Australian Mile Record, running 4:19.89 in Portland, USA with Hull now holding seven national records both outdoors (1500, mile, 3000m & 5000m) and indoors (1500m, mile & 3000m).
Sporting News
https://www.instagram.com/p/CfkUUw7P-cF/ 

The boys then give their review of the recently released Mizuno Wave Horizon 6, going over the details of the specs, how it rides underfoot and compares to other models and where it fits into their rotation. 

This week’s Listener Question asks why shoe ads have to be so unrealistic and then Moose’s purchase of the week looks into a new hobby soon to be taking up more of his free time.

The RunNSW Half Marathon presents a measured and certified course set for 4th September, along with official charity partner Love Mercy. There’s some big names poised to line up and listeners can get discounted entry via the checkout code: IRPSYDNEYHALF
https://www.instagram.com/p/CfvnuCaMNoN/ 

 

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July 6, 2022  

Shoe Geeks - June 2022

Join Moose, Tommy and Nitta to talk all the latest news in the running shoe world as of June 2022.

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July 6, 2022  

244: Live From Gold Coast Marathon | Comm Games Team Announcement | Stockholm Diamond League

244: Live From Gold Coast Marathon | Comm Games Team Announcement | Stockholm Diamond League

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Brad recaps his week leading into the Gold Coast Marathon, settling his nerves before pacing Lyndsey Flanagan, then going onto finish in 2:23:26.
Julian breaks out from jogging for a while then works through a few obstacles in travelling.
Brady works through his own travel obstacles before setting a new personal best of 65:27 in the Gold Coast Half Marathon.

Gold Coast Marathon returns after three years, with Jo Fukuda of Japan winning the marathon in 2:10:15, well clear of countryman Akihiro Kaneko and Belgium’s Amaury Paquet. Louis McAfee in his debut 2:17 took fourth overall and the Oceania Marathon Championship ahead of Samuel Gebremichael and Jacob Cocks.
Lyndsey Flanagan of the USA was the winner of th in a Course Record time of 2:24:43, Lisa Weightman second and taking Oceania title and Shiho Kaneshige from Japan came third. Nera Jerab from Western Australia and Anna Kelly from Victoria were second and third respectively for the Oceania Marathon Championship.

The Half Marathon on Saturday was won by Brett Robinson in 63:14 ahead of Ed Goddard and Tim Vincent. Eloise Wellings won the Half Marathon in 1:10:53 ahead of Jess Stenson who joins the boys live on stage to recap the race and how she assesses the race within training for the Birmingham Commonwealth Games.

In the 10k Isaac Heyne was first overall, while Leanne Pompeani added her third victory in the event.
Official Gold Coast Marathon Press Release

Complete Results

 

Stewy McSweyn returned to form at the Stockholm Diamond League 3000m, running 7:31.93 for fourth place, while Jack Rayner came 9th in 7:47.62.
Catriona Bisset posted another season best in the 800m with a time of 1:58.5, while Linden Hall took the win in the Women’s 1500m in 4:02.65 with Georgia Griffith placing third in 4:04.75.
Matt Ramsden posted a season’s best of 3:37.05 in the Men’s 1500m, while Jye Perrott ran 1:47.03 in the B 800m.
Stockholm Diamond League Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/features/stewart-mcsweyn-is-back/ 

 

Athletics Australia announces it’s team for the 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games:
Women’s Team

800m - Catriona Bisset, Georgia Griffith

1500m - Linden Hall, Jessica Hull, Abby Caldwell 

3000m Steeplechase - Amy Cashin 

5000 - Rose Davies, Nat Rule, Jessica Hull

10000 - Isobel Batt-Doyle, Rose Davies

Marathon - Sinead Diver, Eloise Wellings, Jessica Stenson

 

Men’s Team
800m - Peter Bol, Joseph Deng, Charlie Hunter 

1500m - Oliver Hoare, Stewy McSweyn, Matt Ramsden

3000m Steeplechase - Ben Buckingham

5000 - Ky Robinson

10000 - Jack Rayner, Ky Robinson

Marathon - Liam Adams, Andy Buchanan, Jack Rayner

Athletics Australia Press Release

 

Andy Buchanan chats on stage about his announcement to the Commonwealth Games team, pacing the Gold Coast marathon recovering off covid, how he found out he was joining the team and how he’s approaching the upcoming training camp at St Moritz.

Training talk this week is all about the post-marathon recovery process, touching on the importance of resting and refreshing both from the physical and mental aspects of the marathon.
Then the special live show closes out as Moose goes Loose on an old classic, taking on all of Surfers Paradise.

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June 29, 2022  

243: Louis McAfee | Gold Coast Marathon Preview

243: Louis McAfee | Gold Coast Marathon Preview

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Brad has a bit of a minor scare but otherwise feels good ahead of the Gold Coast Marathon.
Julian recaps his Div 5 glory running for Geelong at Myrniong.
Brady leads the Bats out on the opening leg of the Ekiden Relays at Myrniong.

XCR Ekiden Relays at the St Anne’s Winery Myrniong, saw Bendigo win the Men’s Premier Division ahead of Glenhuntly and St Stephens. Glenhuntly won the Women’s Premier Division ahead of South Melbourne and Melbourne University.
Aths Vic ResultsHub
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6KSxeI6Nb-E&t=1s 

Box Hill athlete Calli Thackery selected to represent Team England in the Birmingham Commonwealth Games 5000m.
England Athletics announcement

The boys preview the Gold Coast Marathon men’s and women’s elite fields and are joined by Louis McAfee who shares how he feels leading up to his debut marathon, sharing his goals and his family history with the event.
Men’s Elite Field Preview
Women’s Elite Field Preview

This week’s Listener Question is also this edition of training talk presented by Lululemon, this time navigating mental and physical traps of the taper before a marathon  .
Moose gets Loose on the petty bureaucracy with Bibs while Crokes on the Loose over the Athletics Australia delaying the team announcement for the Athletics World Championships.

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