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September 22, 2021  

203: Jake Smith

203: Jake Smith

 

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Julian hops on the bike in recovery and follows Surf Coast TC for their long run, while explaining the joining policy.
Brad puts in a rare morning run and wonders upon the best time of day to run.
Brady keeps the momentum going overcoming his chest cold. 

 

Melbourne Marathon announces rescheduled date of December 11 & 12.
Official Press Release

Tim Vincent & Olga Virsova takes Queensland 10000m Championships
https://database.gojaro.com/documents/results-210918-10kchamps1.pdf 

 

Douglas Hamerlok and Melanie Daniels take the wins in the Roll Cycles Road 5K in Hobart.
Results

Caitlin Adams & Isaac Heyne were the winners in the return edition of Fitzy’s 5K in Adelaide.
Results

 

World Cross Country Championships in Bathurst postponed for second time due to Australia’s international border restrictions with the new date set for Saturday 18th February 2023.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/world-athletics-cross-country-championships-moved-to-new-date/ 

 

Keeley Small signs with the Oregon Ducks.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/keely-small-signs-with-the-oregon-ducks/

 

Alberto Salazar’s four year ban was upheld by the Court of Arbitration in Sport. No implications for athletes associated with the Nike Oregon Project during his tenure.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/alberto-salazars-appeal-rejected-four-year-ban-withheld/ 

 

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This week’s listener questions ask about when it’s to retire shoes out of rotation and how to gauge your easy runs. Moose purchases a treadmill, then goes Loose on Shalane’s tip to tick off the world majors.

 

Jake Smith, Great Britain representative in the Half Marathon calls in to chat with Brady about how he’s training at the moment, coming off the recent Big Half and ahead of pacing London Marathon, going through his range of personal bests and the stories behind them, particularly focusing in on his attempt to qualify for the Great Britain Olympic team in the 10000m.

From there is a deep dive on his impressive half marathon progression, being consistent to make leaps and bounds, discussing the virtues of cross training and his breakthrough personal best set at the 2020 World Half Championships in Poland to run the 3rd fastest Half Marathon Great Britain, recapping the race how he moved through the packs and taking down Steve Jones’ record and the peculiarities around representing Wales when he’s English.

From there they look to Jake’s future, moving to pacing marathons by running the whole way, where he ran the Cheshire Elite Marathon in 2:11:00 after the Olympic trials, leaving the door open for next time, how keeping relaxed to perform well and his priorities moving forward to accomplish his long term goals.
Jake wraps up by sharing his support system to sustain a career, making interesting shoe choices, growing up international childhood and who inspires him in distance running, as well as his favourite workout and what he’s reading at the moment. 

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September 15, 2021  

202: Genevieve Gregson

202: Genevieve Gregson post-Tokyo Olympics

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Brad gets some physio treatment to sort last week’s toe problems.
Julian’s knee makes significant recovery progress as he looks at treadmills
Brady slogs through a 10K time trial, despite a pretty nasty chest cold.

Zurich Diamond League Final Stewy McSweyn 3rd 3:32.14, Oli Hoare 4th 3:32.66 PB behind winner Timothy Cheruiyot & Jakob Ingebrigsten.
Linden Hall 6th 4:03.50 in the women’s 1500m while Catriona Bisset 1:59.66 in the women’s 800m to wrap up their season. The final event of the season was also opened with the 5000m final held on an out-of-stadia 560m track around the Zurich Opera House.
Zurich Diamond League Full Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/zurich-weltklasse-sensational-finish-to-diamond-league-season-aussies-barber-mcsweyn-mcdermott-patterson-hoare-hall-in-action-against-the-best-of-the-best/ 

 

In the return of the Great North Run half marathon in Newcastle, Stewy McSweyn ran 62:52 in his debut in the distance to place 8th, with Briton Marc Scott the winner in 61:22. Hellen Obiri, the 2020 Olympic 5000m silver medallist took out the event in 67:42, six seconds ahead of Scotland’s Eilish McColgan who also made her official debut in the distance.
Lets Run Results & Report

https://twitter.com/Stewy_mac3/status/1437187450410049538 

 

Oli Hoare second in 5th Avenue Street Mile in New York City, coming in at 3:51 behind winner Jake Wightman.
NYRR Results

10K Women’s Only Road World Record set by Agnes Tirop of Kenya at the Road to Records event held at Adidas HQ in Herzogenaurach, Germany. Senbere Teferi of Ethiopia also set the record for Women’s 5k in 14:30 while Rhonex Kipruto narrowly missed beating his own 10K Road WR running 26:43.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/tirop-and-teferi-smash-world-records-in-herzogenaurach/?fbclid=IwAR3pYjViQG4USRuqxOZu_nf_XsEFh1Xcrkq-erfF8xVi0o7Nxz7xUZYmF4c 

 

Derara Hurisa was disqualified at the Vienna Marathon under World Athletics’ shoe guideline rules after crossing the line first wearing the Adidas Prime X, the first recorded instance of the violation.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/langat-wins-vienna-after-hurisa-disqualified-for-wrong-shoes/ 

 

Listener question asks how to manage training while caring for a newborn baby, then Moose on the Loose laments the performance of an Olympic marathoner at Great North Run and the lack of recovery given to respect the body.

 

Recorded during her hospital-hotel quarantine, now three-time Olympic steeplechaser Genevieve Gregson chats with Julian on her career, starting back from 2012 where she was an initial non-selection for the Olympics based on Athletics Australia selection and the gratitude for John Coates getting her across the line. Gen explains the quarantine and surgery arrangements that were made and how she’s dealing with recovery so far, going into the type of surgery being made, and the support from fans and articles to support the comeback success stories.

Gen & Julian do a deep dive on the technique, training and physicality required to succeed in the steeplechase, what made her proficient in the steeplechase, background and getting into the event at the University of Florida.
From there they go into the recap of the Tokyo Olympic Steeplechase final, to that rupture on the last barrier and Gen’s instant thoughts and reaction on impact, going through the wave of emotions in that water jump from the time and energy put in versus the rewards at the end, reliving the previous lowpoint at the crossroads in 2019, then getting into the Doha World Championships off cross training. From there they assess the reasoning behind Gen’s injury history, combined with racing on form and frequency.

This deep conversation wraps up how Gen goes about leveraging social media presence for branding and what resources are available for athletes, a peek into Gen’s future transitioning into longer distances, her post-professional running and getting involved at a grassroots level and joining the team at Puma.
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September 8, 2021  

201: Pat Tiernan

201: Pat Tiernan 

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Brad has an easy week while Mulligan’s Flat gets washed away and deals with new toe problems.
Julian checks in after while Bri deals with a different kind of ankle-biter
Brady gears up for an upcoming Moama Time Trial.

It was Aussie domination at the Van Damme Memorial Diamond League in Brussels, starting with Linden Hall taking third place the Mile in a new National Record of 4:21, lowering her previous mark by two seconds. In the Men’s 1500m it was Stewy McSweyn in first and Oli Hoare in second.
Brussels Diamond League Full Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/features/aussie-1-2-in-mens-1500m-hall-runs-national-mile-record-mcdermott-misses-out/ 

 

Stewy followed it up with another 1500m victory at the Meeting Citta di Padova, Italy in the World Athletics Continental World Cup.
Results

 

Jaryd Clifford wins bronze medal in T13 1500m Final in a tight, fast-finishing contest.
Men’s T13 1500m Final Results 

 

Deon Kenzie takes the bronze medal in the T38 1500m Final in 4:03.76, while teammate Daniel Bounty placed 6th.
Men’s T38 1500m Final Results 

 

Jaryd Clifford leaves it all out in the Men’s Marathon with a silver medal. Michael Roeger placed 6th in his T46 category battling a stress reaction during and in the lead up to the race.
Men’s T12 Marathon Results (Jaryd Clifford)
Men’s T46 Marathon Results (Michael Roeger)
https://www.instagram.com/p/CTbhXvWvxi5/ 

 

Peter Bol places 4th in Paris Diamond League 1:44.88 in the lead up to Zurich.
Paris Diamond League Full Results

 

Court of Arbitration for Sport upholds the four year ban placed on Shelby Houlihan, in a 44-page report finding that the testimony given by Houlihan was an insufficient explanation.
Official Court of Arbitration for Sport Report

Moose gives another update in the lactate threshold tester saga and the boys chat about vinyl and music before rounding up with a preview of this week’s Zurich Diamond League Final. 

 

Pat Tiernan returns to the show to recap his 10000m race in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and talks about what his strategy was going into the race, how he executed it and what happened in those final laps, his mental state throughout those final laps of the race as well as how the race played out as whole. 

 Pat reviews the training that went into it and what could’ve been improved in terms of pre-race cooling, as well as how he processed the different social and physical aspects in the aftermath of the race, and his decision on withdrawing from the 5000m.

 The conversation pivots into joining the Oregon TC Elite, changes made to his training between squads and how he adjusted his approach as well as how he benefited from them

What he thinks he is capable of and the direction of his in running in the years ahead, how he unwinds in the off-season and who inspires him within running.

https://www.instagram.com/p/CSBvHm0Lu9b/

September 1, 2021  

200: Sinead Diver on her Olympic Marathon

200: Sinead Diver on her Olympic Marathon

Julian’s shoes fare poorly through the wet as he settles down before his knee operation.
Brad goes through his old shoes and learns something about footwear after four years.
Brady gets fully vaccinated and learns why sessions aren’t really done on Fridays. 

 

Jaryd Clifford wins the silver medal in the T13 5000m at the Tokyo Paralympic Games, behind eventual winner Yassine Ouhdadi El Ataby.
Men’s T13 5000m Final Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CTHBpmmpxJd/ 

 

Lausanne Diamond League saw Linden Hall take second in the Women’s 1500m in 4:02.95, while Stewy McSweyn placed third in the 3000m 7:35.06 in a deep field. Peter Bol ran 1:47.49 in Men’s 800m, but bounced back shortly running 1:44.88 in Paris Diamond League.
Lausanne Diamond League Full Results
Paris DL Men’s 800m Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/news/hall-2nd-in-lausanne-dl-mcsweyn-mcdermott-3rd/ 

 

Yalemzerf Yehualaw wins the 2021 Antrim Coast Half Marathon in North Ireland with a new World Record of 63:43
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/yehualaw-breaks-world-half-marathon-record-in-larne-northern-ireland/  

 

Athletics Victoria cancels the remainder of XCR '21 in response to ongoing lockdown.
Press Release

 

Listener Question asks what practical things can be done to elevate the sport of running and athletics at the grassroots level while Moose follows through and tries to figure out his lactate testing device, followed by a short retrospective on 200 episodes.

Sinead Diver checks in from hotel quarantine in Brisbane, after her 10th place finish in the Olympic Marathon in Sapporo. In getting her recovery, Sinead talks about how the arrangement with London Marathon came about, how she plans to approach the marathon on a short turnaround, goal and intention with London.
Sinead then starts her recap from the training camp in Cairns and the atmosphere upon arriving at the Olympic Village in Sapporo. Dealing with nerves and heat in the lead up, notified of the time change and social arrangements.
Sinead then gets into the race proper discussing the intended plan and tactics, moving through the pack in the later stages and drink stations, keeping the effort consistent as well as the mental strategies, nutrition, and cooling protocols before the start then reviewing the course, the performance itself and training, what worked and what would she have changed.

Further into the conversation is looking to the year ahead, as well as responding to the scenes from home in Ireland with parents, to representing Australia over Ireland and how to go about leveraging her performance to raise her profile before rounding it out with her observations on how Aussies fare in the professional running landscape, and her support structure as well as plans after hotel quarantine, how her son deals with her mother’s fame, long term future in running and the role Collis Birmingham played as a training partner.
The Champion of Erris - Mayo News (article mentioned)
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August 25, 2021  

199: Jaryd Clifford Part 2

199: Jaryd Clifford returns

 

This week is sponsored by New Balance, where you can check out their full range of running shoes including the recently released and reviewed Vongo v5.

 

Brad takes it easy as he adjusts to life in lockdown.
Julian flies in a workout before he sorts out his knee
Brady nicks a mile fartlek workout from Inside Jogging and lays some plans down for October.

 

The Pre Classic in Eugene, Oregon held several star-studded fields, with Stewy McSweyn running 3:48.40, placing second behind Jakob Ingebrigsten in the Bowerman Mile. Oli Hoare set a personal best of 3:51.63 to place 7th on the Australian all-time list while Matt Ramsden set a season best of 3:53.97.
Linden Hall finished second in the Women’s 1500m to post 3:59.73 leading a chase pack behind winner Faith Kipyegon, while Jessica Hull ran 4:05.33.
Diamond League Pre Classic Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/pre-classic-herah-thompson-on-fire-mcsweyn-hall-fall-short-with-great-performances-ingebrigtsen-cheptegei-hassan-de-grasse-enrapture-fans-at-oregons-brand-new-super-stadium/ 

 

Adelaide Marathon was held and taken out by Jacob Cocks in 2:22:44 and Tara Palm in 2:51:32. For the half marathon Bryn Nicholls in 1:09:55 and Belinda Richardson in 1:22:01 were the winners while Isaac Heyne & Caitlin Adams were the winners of the 10km.
Adelaide Marathon Results

 

Kenenisa Bekele is listed to run the Berlin Marathon on 26th September then plans to back it up with the New York City Marathon on 7th November.
NYRR Press Release

 

This week’s listener questions ask about how to go about adding double runs into your routine while Moose looks into getting a lactate threshold testing machine.

 

Jaryd Clifford continues from last week’s episode out from the start of the Paralympic Games, where he plans to take on the 5000m, 1500m and the marathon. Jarryd unpacks what happened at the marathon event in Penrith unfolded, going from Run the Tan the day prior to pacing his teammate Michael Roeger for his marathon run with a season of 1500m races, how he approached that race without long runs and changing the pacing plan to stick with Michael when he needed it and then finishing to post the classification World Record, followed by the recovery process afterwards.

 Jarryd talks about who he regards as the best para runner of all time and where Australia stands in the world and then goes into what to expect from running the marathon in Tokyo and how to approach the expected heat, the photoshoot for the recent Nike promo, the curated Spotify playlist and explains the dynamic between vulnerability and strength.

To round out this conversation Jarryd gives insight as to how Australian Para-sports is set up in terms of funding and how it fits in with Jarryd’s support structure.

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August 20, 2021  

Shoe Geeks - August 2021 Feat Sam Hopper

Catch up on the latest in running shoe news with Moose, Nitta and TDC is the latest episode of shoe geeks as they're joined by Sam Hopper. 

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August 18, 2021  

198: Liam Adams on his Olympic Marathon | Jarryd Clifford’s Road to Tokyo

198: Liam Adams on his Olympic Marathon | Jarryd Clifford’s Road to Tokyo

This week is sponsored by New Balance, where you can check out their full range of running shoes including the recently released and reviewed Vongo v5.

 

Brad finally joins in the lockdown experience after a solid Deek’s Quarters session.
Julian works through his knee issues but still rolls out a 10K time trial with Surf Coast TC.
Brady long runs with podcasts as lockdowns on both sides of the border. 

 

Peter Bol bounced back from his Olympic campaign in Szczecin, Poland winning the Men’s 800m in 1:45.49, beating bronze medallist Patryk Dobek.
Results
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/peter-bol-wins-800m-in-poland/ 

 

The London Marathon scheduled for 3rd October announced the 2021 Elite Field, including Australia’s Sinead Diver and World Record holder and Olympic silver medallist Brigid Kosgei.
Official London Marathon Press Release

 

Diamond League Zurich to hold the 5000m Final on a temporary outdoor track laid around the opera house, held on 8th September.
Diamond League Press Release

 

Liam Adams joins in from halfway through his quarantine experience to recap his Olympic marathon performance at Sapporo, how his training went into the lead up and how he executed his race plan and whether he met the goal he set for himself. How he’s kept busy in quarantine and what his plans for the year ahead with Commonwealth Games & World Championships.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CSeTHEwnsbd/ 

 

Listener Question asks what the boys would do if they were in charge of athletics in Australia, coming up with a variety of initiatives to boost the sport while Moose prepares for life with Baby Moose.

Jarryd Clifford returns to the show calling in from Cairns, two weeks out from the start of the Paralympic Games, where he plans to take on the 5000m, 1500m and the marathon. In this conversation, Jarryd gives an explanation on how the classification system works and who to look out for during these Paralympic Games.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CRqaBhZgCPs/

 

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August 11, 2021  

197: Tokyo Olympics Week 2

197: Tokyo Olympics Week 2

This week is sponsored by New Balance, where the boys will review the newly released Vongo v5 at the end of the episode.

Brad gets through a rare patch of dry weather in Canberra and back into Deek’s Quarters.
Julian grinds through his biggest week of mileage with Nipsey Hussel, then left beaming after Ellie’s run in Sapporo.
Brady puts in a big mileage in anticipation of race week before lockdown strikes again.

Peter Bol, with the nation behind him, came 4th place in the Men’s 800m after a brave performance where he led from the front for most of the race.
Men’s 800m Final Result
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/de-grasse-supreme-peter-bol-a-magnificent-4th-and-gen-gregson-heartbreak-plus-hall-hull-mixing-it-with-the-best/ 

Men’s 1500m Oli Hoare ran 3:36.09 and Stewy McSweyn 3:36.39 to progress in their first-round heats, while Jye Edwards avoided a collision in a slower paced heat to finish with a 3:42.62. Both Stewy and Oli advanced into the final, where Stewy McSweyn took the lead and gave himself every chance until the final lap where he was caught and passed by the field, finishing seventh overall while Oli finished eleventh.

Men’s 1500m Final Result
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/day-9-evening-session-our-high-jump-girl-wins-silver-hassan-wins-the-double-javelin-upset-ingebrigtsen-incredible-and-aussies-give-it-a-red-hot-go-in-1500m-relays-round-off-a-great-night/ 

Dave McNeill in the Men’s 5000m ran 13:39.97, just missing out the final based on placing, while Morgan McDonald’s 13.37.36 for him missed the final based on times. Pat Tiernan withdrew, unable to recover from the 10000m.
Men’s 5000m Heat 1 (Dave McNeill)
Men’s 5000m Heat 2 (Morgan McDonald)

On her birthday, Gen Gregson in the 3000m Steeplechase Final had an unfortunate fall at the final water barrier where she ruptured her achilles and was unable to finish the race.
Women’s Steeplechase Final Result
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/chemutai-wins-steeple-becoming-ugandas-first-women-olympic-champion/ 

Jessica Hull set a new National Record of 3:58.81 in the Women’s 1500m to advance into the Final, while the previous record holder Linden Hall placed third in her heat to also advance. In the final Linden overcame being boxed in early to finish 6th with a PB of 3:59.01, with Jess placing 11th in a deep field.
Women’s 1500m Final Result
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/you-gotta-have-faith/ 

Sifan Hassan unleashed a strong kick in Women’s 10000m Final over the top of Bahrain’s Kalkidan Gezahegne and world record holder in the event to not only win the final but also to complete a rare treble in to medal in the 1500m and 5000m as well.
Women’s 10000m Final Result

Women’s marathon Sinead Diver ran strongly to place 10th with a time of 2:31:14 in humid conditions. Ellie Pashley 2:33:39 23rd ran along with Lisa Weightman 2:34:19 26th. Peres Chepchirchir of Kenya won the race over teammate Brigid Kosgei with previous IRP guest Molly Seidel of the USA taking the bronze medal.
Women’s Marathon Result
https://www.instagram.com/p/CSWZVeqnC9Q/ 

In the men’s Marathon Liam Adams was our top runner, bettering his result from Rio coming 24th place 2:15:51. Brett Robinson had a hard race in humid conditions to run a time of 2:24:04 for 66th place, while Jack Rayner withdrew in the early stages citing a femoral stress fracture affecting his training. Eliud Kipchoge dominated from 30km onwards to better his time from Rio to take back-to-back gold medals in 2:08:38, while Abdi Nageye of the Netherlands and Bashir Abdi of Belgium rounded out the minor placings.
Men’s Marathon Result
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/kipchoge-writes-another-chapter-of-his-legendary-story/ 


Caitlin Adams sets a new parkrun world record as Team Tempo turn it up at Lochiel parkrun.
parkrun Press Release

The boys summarise the Olympics with their standout performances of the games before reviewing the newly released New Balance Vongo v5, before Moose goes Loose on commentators glossing over Liam Adams and Brett Robinson’s performance in tough marathon conditions.

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August 4, 2021  

196: 2020 Tokyo Olympics - Athletics Week 1

196: 2020 Tokyo Olympics - Athletics Week 1

 

This week’s episode is brought to you by the newly released Mizuno Wave Sky 5, tune in later in the episode as the boys review the highly-cushioned everyday trainer.

 

Brad pines for drier weather and finds inspiration from the Olympic games.
Julian’s getting better coming out of lockdown.
Brady continues to build consistency heading towards October.

 

Men’s Steeplechase opened the track campaign, with Ed Trippas placing 11th in the first heat in 8:29.90, while in the second heat Ben Buckingham ran a personal best of 8:20.95 after initially being disqualified for stepping inside the track which was then subsequently reversed. Matt Clarke also in the second heat ran 8:46.23.
Men’s Steeplechase Heat 2 (Ed Trippas)
Men’s Steeplechase Heat 3 (Ben Buckingham, Matt Clarke)

 

Women’s 800m heats Morgan Mitchell ran 2:05.44 to place sixth in the first heat, while Catriona Bisset ran 2:01.65 for fifth place in the fifth heat.
Women’s 800m Heat 1 (Morgan Mitchell)
Women’s 800m Heat 5 (Catriona Bisset)

 

Humid conditions greeted the first night of the long distance racing in the Women’s 5000m starting with Rose Davies in the first heat finishing 15:50.07, then in the second heat Jenny Blundell lead the race before finishing 15:11.27 while Izzy Batt-Doyle ran her Olympic debut in 15:21.65
Women’s 5000m Heat 1 (Rose Davies)
Women’s 5000m Heat 2 (Izzy Batt-Doyle, Jenny Blundell)

Patrick Tiernan was in the mix with a lap to go in the 10,000m before bravely battling on as his body struggled in the final 200m. The race was won by Selemon Berega of Ethiopia with Ugandan pair Joshua Cheptegei and Jacob Kiplimo taking the minor placings.
Men's 10000m Results

 

Peter Bol set a new National Record in the opening heat of the Men’s 800m 1:44.13, as he, Charlie Hunter and Jeff Riseley all advanced. In the semi finals, Bol then lowered his record further to 1:44.11 to advance to the final on Wednesday night. Jeff Risely’s run in his semi final was impeded by a fall between Nijel Amos of Botswana and Isaiah Jewett of the USA.
Men’s 800m Semi Final 1 (Charlie Hunter)
Men’s 800m Semi Final 2 (Peter Bol)
Men’s 800m Semi Final 3 (Jeff Risely)
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/bol-in-medal-contention-for-800m/ 

 

The women’s Steeplechase heats were held in sweltering conditions, with Olympic debutants Georgia Winkcup running 9:59.29 and Amy Cashin in 9:34.67 in their respective heats. Gen Gregson clocked 9:26.11 in a contested second heat to advance to the final.
Women’s Steeplechase Heat 1 (Georgia Winkcup)
Women’s Steeplechase Heat 2 (Gen Gregson)
Women’s Steeplechase Heat 3 (Amy Cashin)

 

In the women’s 1500m, Georgia Griffith ran in the first heat with 4:14.43. Jessica Hull came second in her heat 4:05.28, edged out by Sifan Hassan who fell and then kicked hard in the later stages, then Linden Hall clocked 4:02.27 for the fastest 1500m by an Australian in the Olympics. Both Jess and Linden will advance to the semi-finals.
Women’s 1500m Heat 1 (Georgia Griffith)
Women’s 1500m Heat 2 (Jessica Hull)
Women’s 1500m Heat 3 (Linden Hall)

 

Queensland Cross Country Championships taken out over 10km at Toogoolawah Golf Course by Amber Johnson and Tim Vincent.
Queensland XC Official Results

 

Nic Harman and Sinead Noonan take out the Perth Half Marathon.
Baker Hughes Perth Half Official Results 

 

Matt Ramsden takes the win and venue record at the David Clarke Mile with a time of 3:55.78 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CR7WHmznYAp/ 

The boys review the Mizuno Wave Sky 5 going through the specs and their experiences in wearing the shoe. Listener Question of the week asks about trying to find motivation after a long layoff.
Moose parts some glowing last words before Ellie Pashley takes to the Marathon on Sunday, then the boys then close with their predictions for the 1500m and marathon in the week ahead.

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July 28, 2021  

195: Live from the Tokyo Olympic Village with Ben Buckingham (Feat: Matt Clarke)

195: Live from the Tokyo Olympic Village with Ben Buckingham (Feat: Matt Clarke)

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Julian’s back having issues with his body in another week of lockdown.
Brady’s left wondering where Archie is for the workouts before getting the message.
Brad’s motivation is tested in the cold and wet of Canberra.

Ben Buckingham joins in live from the Tokyo Olympic Village ahead of the first Steeplechase Heats on Friday morning, to recap his races over Finland in the lead up to Tokyo and a bit of what life is like since arriving.

Brisbane to host 2032 Olympics Games, becoming the third Australian City to do so after Melbourne in 1956 and Sydney in 2000.
Reuters

 

Reigning Olympic champion Matt Centrowitz sets a new personal best of 3:49 in the mile in a tune-up before Tokyo in an attempt to break Alan Webb’s American record of 3:46.
Let’s Run
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ogTRf273TZs  

 

Listener Question asks the benefit of running slow to run faster and how to approach it, then Moose goes on the record about what happened with Ellie on the Road to Nowhere and the fame that comes along with going to the Olympics.

The R2NW crew catch up with Australian Olympic steeplechaser, Matthew Clarke.

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