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January 22, 2019  

063: Mike Power

63 Mike Power

Julian eases his way through a niggle. Experiments with race nutrition ahead of Lake Biwa.
Brad’s in the gym, sets the course record on his recovery loop and checking his motivation.
Brady rolls 400m reps with Julian, nails the Sunday long run.

Hobart Marathon is taken out by Dion Finocchiaro and Meriem Daoui, while Nick Earl and Samantha Phillips won the half marathon.
Results

Two Bays Trail Run between Dromana and Cape Schank George Hedley & Simone Brick won the 28k while Ash Watson & Steph Austen dominate the 56k.
Results  

Boston Marathon winners Desi Linden and Yuki Kawauchi headline 2019 Elite Field https://www.iaaf.org/news/news/boston-marathon-2019-elite-fields

Julian has some rebuttal from the discussion for his selection for the 2018 Run of the Year before Listener Liam asks about how to go about practising race-day fueling in the marathon.  
Rob De Castella winning the 1982 Commonwealth Games Brisbane Comm Games Marathon

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-14/robert-de-castella-wins-brisbane-commonwealth/9604106

Olympic 5000m runner Mike Power chats with Brad, going through his impressive PBs from the 800m to the 10k that features 3:58 for the mile at the Prefontaine meet and the U/16 1000m World Junior record. Mike takes it back to the beginning doing laps in the school parking lot and then Little Athletics at Dandenong. He shares how he was recruited to Arkansas University, how the NCAA system bridges the gap between training junior and senior athletes and what his experiences were in the college team setting.

Mike then goes talks about the qualification process to get into the 2000 Sydney Olympics running the 5000m, what the experience was like and the support received from Athletics Australia.

Opening up about the difficulties he had in finding a coach afterwards, Mike then talks about what ultimately made him retire from the sport professionally, how he adjusted to life afterwards and recounts his traumatic scare with cancer and then closes with his observations on the NCAA college system and running culture in the US.

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January 8, 2019  

062: Scott Nicholas (Part 2)

62: Scott Nicholas Part 2

Brad starts and ends his 2019 run-streak while getting his gym work in.
Julian starts the Lake Biwa training campaign and talks about how deep in the well you need to go for a session.
Brady’s out trying to lock into his marathon pace.

Charlotte Arter sets the global female parkrun record in Cardiff  https://twitter.com/charlottearter/status/1081546744675086336
Athletics Weekly

Jacob Kiplimo wins San Silvestre 10k in Madrid on New Year’s Eve IAAF Report

Bolzano BO Classic featuring Zane Robertson IAAF Report  

Bells Bash Cliff Run at Jan Juc Results

Surf T Surf Warrnambool Results
Rip to River Results

Listener James asks about the most effective way of using heart rate based training and Moose On The Loose for runners who refuse to give photographers their due credit and paying for their photos.

Julian continues the chat with Scott Nicholas, picking up from his time at Stanford and the differences to previous training while indulging some stories about middle distance runner Gabe Jennings.
Scott talks about training for his debut marathon at Grandma’s Marathon in Minnesota and then solidifying his Olympic Trials Qualifier training for his second marathon with some hefty training runs, meeting Alberto Salazar and having his company out on the long runs. Scott explains how moving back to Australia happened and how Trevor Vincent convinced him to run for Glenhuntly, going into his coaching philosophy and how he made the transition into cycling. He gives insight into how his experience in running transferred to cycling and ultimately racing for 24 hours and winning the 2015 Single Speed World Championship. Scott closes the interview on his relationship with running today and his opinion on the state of athletics today.

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January 2, 2019  

061: Scott Nicholas (part1)

61: Scott Nicholas Part 1

Brad gives his new heart rate monitor a spin and needs to do his strength sessions.
Julian gets both presents and coal for Christmas running down the mine at Anglesea and finds more respect for tradies.
Brady’s pushing through heat and working on races in the year ahead.

With 2018 now complete the boys review the year gone both in terms of their own performances and also the best performances in the wide world of running; who dominated, who improved and who’s one to watch.  

Joseph Deng https://www.instagram.com/p/Br7InfgnldC/?hl=en

Sinead Diver https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo7jHgVlWfp/

Stewy McSweyn https://www.instagram.com/p/BnBPljslVt1/?hl=en

Jack Rayner https://www.instagram.com/p/BopSKTehD-z/

Listener Joe asks about recovering from long-haul flights before taking on an overseas marathon and then another listener, Jess asks about the impact on alcohol on training. Moose on the Loose argues for the case for running with the top down.

Julian introduces us to Scott Nicholas, owner and founder of the Running Company Geelong

Born in Australia but raised in the US, Scott talks about training in a rough era of American distance running. He talks about how he chose to run at University Oregon and immersing in the running culture and playing a part in the legend of Prefontaine. He talks about the growth of Nike and at Oregon, the culture within the track team and training under low volume/high intensity. Scott recounts the dominant NCAA runners in that era, what set them apart from the rest both in training and culturally, and then training under Bill Bowerman post-college. In this first part of the interview, Scott recalls with how his relationship with Nike started, meeting Jeff Johnson and his time at the Nike Farm Team.

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December 26, 2018  

060: Sophie Ryan

Ep 60. Sophie Ryan joins Brady for the interview and discusses her latest 2:42 marathon at Valencia, women's health, the Australian female distance running scence, training in Boulder under Steve Jones and much more. 

 

The boys recap their weeks, report on Steigen Spectacular, Albie Thomas Mile, VMC and Ellie Pashley's 69:20 in Japan. 

 

The listener question comes in from AFL superstar, Kane Cornes about threshold and tempo pace and MOTL about lack of athletics coverage. 

 

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December 19, 2018  

059: Louie Rowan

59: Louis Rowan

This week’s episode is sponsored by Australian Athlete Edition 2, presented by Runner’s Tribe and Athletics Australia  https://australianathlete.org/

Julian prepares and hosts the Gold Rush Trail Run.
Brad continues to postpone Strava but gets back into pre-injury mileage.
Brady’s now married and getting back into the training and hosting routine.

 

Stewy McSweyn dominates Zatopek:10 to claim back-to-back victories ahead of Jack Rayner and Jack Bruce.

Hitomi Niiya is also a clear winner while Sinead Diver places second to take out the National 10,000m Championship. Rose Davies and Luke Graves win the Junior 3000m while Whitney Sharpe and Matt Ramsden take out the 1500m.

Official Results

https://www.runnerstribe.com/len-johnson-articles/expectations-not-met-but-still-a-good-zatopek-by-len-johnson/

Listener question from Benny asks about how differentiating training paces from easy paces aids with adaptations and then Moose on the Loose draws the line on Inside Running’s responsibilities as a podcast, before closing out with a preview of this Saturday’s Steigen Spectacular.

Owner and founder of Steigen, and 2006 Commonwealth Games 5000m finalist Louis Rowan chats with Julian, about how he got into middle distance running with the Geelong Veterans, as well as finding the right coach with matching training philosophies.  

Louis talks about the road to qualifying for the 2006 Commonwealth Games, primarily as a 1500m runner and ultimately through the 5000m following a breakout 2005. He talks about the shocking scenes in the Kenyan rooms before going through his performance while blighted by a back injury that would ultimately put an end to his career.

Louis then talks about what motivated him to start Steigen, where the name comes from and some of the lessons in starting and expanding the business worldwide. He explains what Steigen stands for in supporting athletics and athletes before closing with how the Steigen Spectacular came to be, how it’s all about the athletes and making it accessible for a wider audience.

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December 12, 2018  

058: Brett Robinson

058: Brett Robinson with special guest host, Sinead Diver.

Sinead Diver guest hosts after her Melbourne Marathon win and trains for Zatopek with MTC.

Julian comes down with a flu and struggles to keep up with Collis Birmingham. Brad takes the reigns over from Brady, keeps a streak, also comes under the weather.

European Cross Country in Tilburg features Jakob & Filip Ingebretsen of Norway winning their respective age categories

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

Results
Jimmy Gressier stubs his knees on celebration https://www.instagram.com/p/BrM512xgrZS/

Abu Dhabi Marathon sees fast times shadowed by contentious distance measurement

IAAF Race Report

Let’s Run Discussion  

Video disputing course length https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1mjYuaDAhzM&feature=youtu.be

 

IAAF Qualifying Standards for Doha released

https://www.runnerstribe.com/features/getting-aussies-to-doha-a-look-at-the-2019-world-champs-qualifying-standards/

 

10 years since the passing Kerryn McCann commemorated in the Rundown

Watch here

 

The team give a preview of Zatopek:10 2018, featuring the 10000m, 1500m and Junior 3000m events. Sinead gives insights to her preparations.

Current Entry List http://athsvic.org.au/wp-content/uploads/zatopek-entry-lists-2.pdf

Listener Joe asks how to maintain motivation when you don’t see improvement and Moose on the Loose against Instagrammers lying about their training sessions.


This week’s guest is Brett Robinson chatting with Brad, starting with a debrief on his recent Fukuoka Marathon. They go through his splits, what happened that caused him to withdraw, what he learned from the experience and how he’ll will approach his next attempt.
Brett then talks about getting into athletics, his influences in the sport and when he decided to turn pro. He walks us through some of the decisions in progressing the ranks, dealing with injuries and intense cross-training, the self belief needed on the start line and gives some insight and some of the training and banter that goes on within the MTC as well as on social media.
  

 

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December 5, 2018  

057: Morgan McDonald

57: Morgan McDonald

 

This episode is sponsored by the Australian Athlete Bookazine Edition 2, now available via Runners Tribe.

 

Brad makes progress on Mulligans running pain free and pacing 20 minutes at parkrun.

Julian puts in a big week in training, along with a Running Company conference and 1k reps on the Tan.

Brady comes off his bucks weekend, getting chased by dogs and ticking along to the wedding.

 

Fukuoka Marathon won by Yuma Hattori, the first Japanese winner in 14 years, while Brett Robinson DNFs after 32km. Brett gives a statement, and will be on the podcast next week for a full debrief.

Results  

IAAF Fukuoka Race Report

 

Previous guest Jess Pascoe sets a new Australian Indoor 5000m Record of 15:34 over in Boston. https://twitter.com/AthsAust/status/1069135370497880065

 

Tara Palm comes out on top at the SA State 5000m Championships, edging Caitlin Adams after their previous skirmish at the Victorian 5000m Champs.
Results  

 

California International Marathon a course that is both comparable to Boston and favourable for Olympic Trial Qualifiers has Julian’s Chico teammate Anthony Costales run 2:13 and past guest Evan Schwarz run 2:21.

Results

https://www.athlinks.com/event/3241/results/Event/695349/Results

 

Listener question from Alan asks about whether the boys have gotten into the Maffetone method for heart rate-based training and Moose is on the Loose over baffling ads interrupting the Fukuoka Marathon livestream.


Morgan McDonald is this week's guest, talking to Julian off the back of the NCAA Cross Country Championship win for University of Wisconsin. He recaps the race in the snow and what the tactics leading into the race were before going back into his origins in running meeting with Sean Williams’ SWEAT squad and his family’s high standards of career success, his goal setting and the process that lead to his recruitment to University of Wisconsin.
Morgan goes through his training structures as well as his Commonwealth Games campaign including the trial and how he dealt with the physical and mental challenges in the lead up the 5000m event.
 

 

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November 29, 2018  

056: Tara Palm

This week’s episode is proudly sponsored by Sports and Arthritic Clinic in Adelaide. Find out more at sparc.com.au/

Brad pulls the pin on sessions and takes a break mentally on the road to recovery.
Julian keeping up with Run Club and rebuilding his fitness and looking towards Steigen Spectacular.
Brady gets in what he can before surviving a beer mile and his bucks party.

 

Listener question from John asks the boys for their future plans for the year ahead.
Next week is the Fukuoka Marathon and Brad caught up with Brett Robinson ahead of his marathon debut. They have a brief chat about his preparation on depleted runs at Falls Creek, setting ambitious goals and support from Sinead Diver - tune in next week for a detailed recap of Brett’s race and more on his running history.

 

Listener Shane asks about whether getting VaporFly 4%’s is worth the investment for mid-pack runners and Moose is on the Loose over internet sales eating into the business local shoe retailers.  


Tara Palm is this week’s guest on Inside Running coming off a tight duel against Caitlin Adams at Victorian 5000m Championships ahead of her preparations for Zatopek:10. She chats with Brady about the depth in South Australia and how her start in running involved trying everything from steeplechase to cross country.
Tara talks about making the transition to higher volume training loads and making her debut Australian teams with the Ekiden Relays and then the back injury in the lead up to the 2009 World Cross Country Championship in Jordan. From there Tara overcomes a series of injuries, surgeries and the patience needed through recovery to set a comeback for the 2013 World Cross Country Championship, only to succumb to another set of injuries. She talks candidly about dealing with injuries as well as her life balance, support network and inspiration looking ahead.
  

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November 22, 2018  

055: Doug Wilson

055: Doug Wilson

Brad’s still silent on the Strava front while still working through tightness and sessions while getting treatment.
Julian takes on the infamous Deeks Quarters before playing race director for the Ballarat Run For A Cause.
Brady tries Moose Fartlek™ before winning the Run For A Cause 10k. Julian gives behind the scenes and has a proud moment in his reflection.


Morgan McDonald for the University of Wisconsin takes out the NCAA XC Championship in the snow. Jessica Hull comes 3rd in the women’s race while previous guest Jess Pascoe places 32nd.
Athletics Australia Report

Ben St Lawrence wins the Point to Pinnacle in Hobart setting the Course Record. Meriem Daou defends her women’s title.
Point To Pinnacle Results

Liam Adams takes second place out in Kobe Marathon https://www.instagram.com/p/BqZrSyHBAFh/?hl=en  

VIC 5000m Champs won by Harry Summers & Caitlin Adams - Results

QLD 5000m Champs won by Louis McAfee & Nikita Moore - Results

Commonwealth Games 5k and 10k gold medallist Joshua Cheptegei sets 15k World Record https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/joshua-cheptegei-sets-new-15km-world-record-41-05/

Listener Grant asks the best way to build mileage from scratch and Moose is on the Loose on training groups lacking proper track etiquette.

Run4ACause Beginner program

The guest this week is Doug Wilson who chats with Brady about how he got into running, while living an ‘intense’ lifestyle. Doug recalls some of the marathons he achieved before discovering brain tumor that ultimately changed the direction of his life. He reflects on his post-surgery recovery and the path that lead to immersing himself in kundalini yoga. From there Doug talks about taking on the challenge of running 7 marathons in 7 continents in 7 days and his recent marathon PBs including the win at Shepparton marathon all the while improving his health.

You can find out more about Doug and his book at kundalinirunning.com  

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November 14, 2018  

054: Lisa Weightman

054 Lisa Weightman

This week’s episode is sponsored by Run For a Cause Ballarat & Brooks Running. Stay tuned for the draw to find out if you’re the lucky patron to win a pair of Brooks shoes. Entries for Run For a Cause close Thursday 15 November.

Julian hits up the Sunshine Coast and is surprised by the hills before a long road trip back.

Brad’s off Strava but still running, working through the tightness and vanilla slice.
Brady puts in a hilly tempo before working through a busy social calendar.

Paige Campbell and Joe Burgess of Sydney University both take out the NSW 3000 champs
https://www.instagram.com/p/BqA9AeohQXo/?hl=en


VIC Milers Club series for 2018-19 kicks off at Lakeside Stadium, with Harry Summers and Whitney Sharpe taking out the 3000m A Heats

800m Results
3000m Results

Jai Edmonds and Tarli Bird take out the Pub2Pub Run Albury
http://tomatotiming.racetecresults.com/results.aspx?CId=16&RId=28876

IAAF Backflips on ranking system reverting to previous selection process for Doha World Championships https://www.iaaf.org/news/press-release/revised-qualification-system-for-iaaf-world-a

Listener Brendan asks about the practice of rotating shoes to prevent injury while Moose On the Loose over all the trails getting paved over.  

Lisa Weightman comes straight off the New York City Marathon to talk with Brad about a wide variety of topics, starting with her silver in the Commonwealth Games Marathon at Gold Coast and how it lead to her invitation to New York.
Lisa recaps the New York City Marathon and the preparations leading up to it, keeping to her own training and not comparing it to her peers on social media and explains wearing the green & gold kit on race day.
Lisa and Brad talks about how she got into running, competing with the boys at Preston and dealing with multiple stress fractures in her junior days before progressing to the athlete she’s become today through her many career highlights.

Brad asks about the frustrations of results based funding at the cost of competing against dopers and how it turns into a positives before Lisa answers listener questions about fueling for marathons and how raising a child has impacted her training and life.

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