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December 7, 2019  

IRP with Ellie, Soph & Brady

Brady catches up with Ellie Pashley and Soph Ryan to talk all things running this week and answer and few listener questions. 

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Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

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December 4, 2019  

109: Sean Whipp and Matt Whitbread

109: Matt Whitbread ft. Sean Whipp

 

Brad’s feeling a bit croaky post-wedding celebrations.
Julian gets a sneak peek at some future releases shoe conference in Melbourne.
Brady tries to get his splits even against the strong winds.

Sean Whipp joins in to discuss the Tokyo 2020 Selection Policy recently released by Athletics Australia, going into the nuances specifically of the Olympic Marathon selection criteria as well as for the World Half Championships in Poland.

 

Adrian Potter wins the SA 5000m State Championships over Matt Clarke at the Adelaide Invitational, while Caitlin Adams took the win over Tara Palm.
Results

 

Mo Farah announces a return to the track signalling his intention to run the 10000m at the Tokyo Olympics. AP News Report

 

Nic Harman redeems himself at the Fukuoka Marathon running a huge personal best 2:14:04, placing 13th overall. Tom Do Canto finishes in 2:18:46 in 27th. 2019 Fukuoka Marathon Results

 

Listener question of the week asks about what kind of rest to use during your interval workouts and Moose On the Shoes talks about the best way of keeping your shoes clean.

 

Matt Whitbread joins in to talk about the upcoming Bankstown Albie Thomas Mile, how it got started and why it hosts the return of the Australian Mile Championships. Matt goes behind the scenes of how the meet started, where the prize money is sourced, what the race offers to club runners and spectators before he and Brady give a preview of the Men & Women’s Elite Fields and why the women’s race promises to be the night’s main event.

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November 27, 2019  

108: Steph Gaskell & Alan McCubbin

108: Steph Gaskell & Alan McCubbin 

This week’s show is sponsored by Fractel Performance Caps.  

 

Brad gets a good week of single sessions in while Viv cleans up Fashions on the Field.
Julian has Ash Watson getting the best of him while he still recovers his back.
Brady ticks his sessions ahead of Steigen Spectacular

 

Eliud Kipchoge and Deliah Muhammad named Athlete of the year
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/kipchoge-and-muhammad-named-world-athletes-of-the-year/

Julian’s Chico State NCAA XC comes third NCAA DII National XC Championships
https://twitter.com/romeothemoose/status/1198321888683888640

 

Listener question why the Australian marathon records have stood the test of time before Moose On the Shoes talks about the best shoes for running on the grass tracks.


This week Alan McCubbin returns alongside first-time guest Steph Gaskell to talk about the effects of heat training and hydration as Australia enters the summer season, as well as the upcoming 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Both are accredited dieticians from Monash University, touching on Julian’s heat preparation routine going into the World Marathon Championship and
which sports perform well and not so well in the heat, and how the humidity in the air plays a role in a runners ability to cool themselves by evaporating as well as the effects of prolonged heat exposure to the muscles and the gut.
They go into what research has shown is the best way to hydrate and the role sodium has on muscle cramping and cooling practices to counter hot and humid conditions.
  

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November 20, 2019  

107: Caden Shields

107: Caden Shields

 

This episode is sponsored by the 2020 Cadbury Hobart Marathon on January 12, with the full marathon, half, 10K & more. 

 

Brad’s sticking to his jogging structure for the week alongside Daddy Day Care
Julian’s goes into detail the course measurement process for Run For A Cause Ballarat.
Brady runs a PB and IRP record of 14:09 at the Victorian 5000m Champs.

 

James Hansen of Knox and Whitney Sharpe win the Victorian 5000m Championships, while Tasmanian Sam Clifford breaks the Australian U/19 & U/20 5000m.
Results 

 

Ben St Lawrence goes back to back winning Point to Pinnacle on an altered course due to weather conditions, while Karinna Fyfe won the women’s race.
Mercury Race Report 

 

Jarryd Clifford backs up with another Gold in the 5000m Para World Champs in Dubai, with the help of guides Philo Saunders and Tim Logan.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/world-para-athletics-championships-day-aussie-wrap/

 

Listener question asks about weirdest training tip they've heard which ends up sparking a debate involving Game Changers and Kanye West.

 

This weeks guest is New Zealand’s Caden Shields joins the podcast and talks about the influence of Lydiard growing up and having a highly developed aerobic base as a 12-year-old before heading off to compete in the NCAA Cross Country for Purdue University.

As time progresses, Caden talks about dealing with anxiety around racing and the strategies he had to develop to readjust his perceptions of racing.

Caden unpacks his performance at the 2019 Gold Coast Marathon where he qualified for the Doha World Championships, going into the process of earning a New Zealand singlet and racing in the World Athletic Championship Marathon before going into his typical training structure and chasing a place at the Tokyo Olympics.

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November 16, 2019  

IRP with Soph and Brady

IRP with Soph Ryan and Brady. 

Soph and Brady catch up to talk all thing Vic Milers Club, trying to get up for races late at night, the amazing NY results and the importance of female coaches, role models and weight in response to the Mary Cain story. 

This weekend's ep was is sponsored by Hobart Bridge Run: https://www.hobartrunthebridge.com.au/

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Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

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November 14, 2019  

106: Kristian ‘from Norway’ Ulriksen

106: Kristian ‘from Norway’ Ulriksen

This episode is sponsored by the 2020 Cadbury Hobart Marathon on January 12. 

 

Brad has a low mileage week in response to his body and plans adjustments to coaching structure.
Julian’s back gives him grief, but knows how to play it out.
Brady has a race to forget at the Vic Milers Club 3000m.

 

NSW 3000m Championships taken out by Jye Edwards and Paige Campbell
Results

 

Jack Rayner sustains a sacral stress fracture after the New York City Marathon, sparking a debate on the possible long-term effects the stack height of the Nike Vaporfly.

 

Diamond League announces cuts 200m, 3000m Steeplechase discus and triple jump from the 2020 event roster.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/diamond-league-announces-disciplines-selected-for-2020-season/?fbclid=IwAR0GXuyZezcgsbbLWZyleT_rsfguMtGO4vrZz0BBu72TnkzSzfryXGmk8mw

 

Vic Milers Club 3000m taken out by Lucinda Rourke & Sam McEntee at Glenhuntly
Results

 

Jarryd Clifford wins gold in the T13 1500m World Para-Athletics Championships in Dubai, following an eventful training camp in Barcelona. Michael Roeger won a silver medal in T46 1500m.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/gold-for-australias-jaryd-clifford-in-a-time-of-347-78-breaking-his-own-world-record/

 

Listener question asks how to mentally deal with missing training and Moose’s shoe tip specific shoe asks consumers to be more open-minded about what they need and want from a shoe.

 

Former professional poker player and long-time friend of the show Kristian Ulriksen talks with Brad about his connection to the Inside Running podcast before making outrageous bets with his dad and starting out as a club-level soccer player.

Kristian recounts his running journey and how he progressed from 2:59 to 2:21 in the marathon, going into the Norwegian sports and running scene, the influence of cross country skiing and the different races around the European circuit that he’s competed it. Kristian also talks about how he came to be training under renowned coach Renato Canova alongside Sondre Moen and Harry Summers and what a week of training looks like.

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Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

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November 6, 2019  

105: Scott McTaggart

105: Scott McTaggart

 

This episode is sponsored by the 2020 Cadbury Hobart Marathon on January 12 

 

Brad gets around parkrun and then comes undone in old 4% tib post - Moose provides insight
Julian still manages the toe, struggles then comes around
Brady negotiates Shepparton council for track access in lane 4 ahead for VMC

 

Sinead Diver placed 5th 2:26:23 and Ellie Pashley came 8th in 2:27:07 in the New York City Marathon having a day to remember. The boys break down the performances and the implications in moving ahead for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

https://www.instagram.com/p/B4afIhnnA4R/

Jack Rayner finished 22nd in a time of 2:16:58 with Brett Robinson 23rd in 2:17:50.
World Half Marathon record holders Geoffrey Kamworor and Joyciline Jepkosgei each took the win, Kamworor going back to back with Jepkosgei in her marathon debut.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/kamworor-jepkosgei-win-2019-tcs-new-york-city-marathon/

 

Gen Gregson & Jordan Williamsz win the Noosa Bolt 5K
https://www.instagram.com/p/B4YiGxhgz4V/
Results

 

Listener question asks about what to focus on post-marathon before Julian debuts a new segment “Moose’s Shoe Tips” - and why you should get the best possible fit from a shoe specialist.

 

Scott McTaggart, sub 2:20 marathoner, former Point to Pinnacle record holder current Cadbury Marathon record holder and ACT runner chats with Brad about his early interest in the sport and his influences guiding him through his junior years, progressing to some junior state titles before getting picked up by the University of Texas cross country team. 

Scott talks about qualify for the Olympics, racing rival Martin Dent and then pivoting into Mountain Running to represent Australia, while Brad shares one of his earliest memories of Scott and then explaining one of the traditions running around the trails at Stromlo.

They delve into some of Scott’s training philosophies and how specificity played a major role in setting the course records in the Point to Pinnacle and the Hobart Cadbury Marathon.

From the conclusion of his professional, Scott has an open and frank discussion about dealing with his mental health issues affected by perfectionism, toxic work conditions and medications, the help he has received and what he’s done to get through to the other side.

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Opening and Closing Music is Undercover of my Skin by Benny Walker. www.bennywalkermusic.com

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November 2, 2019  

IRP with Soph Ryan & Jess Trengove - Ask them Anything

Ask Them Anything Ep with Soph Ryan and Jess Trengove.

This episode is sponsored by the Arthurs Seat Challenge Fun Run and Walk. More information at: https://arthursseatchallenge.com.au/

In this episode Soph and Jess answer listener questions. 

Link to the video Soph mentions: Video Soph was referring to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IZ-_3Ug3wqU

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October 31, 2019  

104: Sarah Klein

104: Sarah Klein

 

This weeks episode is sponsored by our friends at Archies Footwear, visit them on https://archiesfootwear.com.au/ and try their super supportive thongs.

 

Brad shirks parkrun in favour of more sensible training.
Julian crushes his toe with a treadmill but narrowly misses anything severe. 
Brady sets his sights on the Inside Running Podcast 3000m record.

Michael Shelley retires from professional distance running, with 2 Commonwealth Games Gold Medals and one silver from the marathon.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/marathon-champion-michael-shelley-announces-retirement/

 

Sifan Hassan takes a hard fall in the Valencia Half Marathon, placing second to SenbereTeferi, prompting Moose on the Loose about men latching to closely onto the elite women’s race. Fellow ex-Oregon Project Yomif Kejelcha won the men’s race
https://www.iaaf.org/news/report/valencia-frankfurt-ljubljana-half-marathon-20

 

The boys talk about recruiting strategy for the Inside Running Team ahead of Steigen #1

They also preview the upcoming New York City Marathon, sharing predictions for Aussies Sinead Diver, Ellie Pashley, Brett Robinson and Jack Rayner.

 

Listener question asks whether athletics could benefit from the spectacle and fanfare found in horse racing

 

Sarah Klein is this weeks guest and joins Bradys to talk about her athletic career of massive highs and lows. She starts with her origins in running starting in Little Athletics and progressing as an open athlete while maintaining a healthy life balance becoming a teacher in the process.

She talks about how the disappointment of withdrawing from the 2012 Gold Coast Marathon became a driver for her breakthrough performance at the 2013 Melbourne Marathon which in turn acted as a catalyst to qualify for the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

Sarah recounts the highlights of representing Australia in the marathon at the Glasgow Commonwealth Games and then following it up with the 2015 Athletics World Championships in Beijing, how much it meant to her after her progression throughout the years.

 From 2016 it all changed, and it’s here where Sarah opens up about the series of events that began as a routine drug test that escalated into a two year ban from the sport, chronicling in detail the process of testing, the outcome of the test and process to appeal the decision, then having to live with the stigma and consequences of the doping ban. She explains to Brady the education and resources that elite athletes are provided in situations such as this and what needs to be improved upon. Sarah closes with the hope that the future brings and her new passion in developing an independent athlete association to work with governing bodies. 

The link to the Asada Report: https://www.asada.gov.au/sites/default/files/CAS%20A4%202016%20Sarah%20Klein%20v.%20Australian%20Sports%20Anti-Doping%20Authority%20and%20A.._.pdf?v=1536284077

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October 23, 2019  

103: Vic Mitchell

103: Vic Mitchell

This episode is sponsored by Asics, discover what’s beyond by check out ASICS’ GLIDERIDE at www.Asics.com 

Brad has a week that reignites a familiar debate.

Julian paces Ellie on the bike ahead of the NYC Marathon.

Brady gets through one of Moose’s sessions and straight into Maccas.

 

IOC announced plans to move the Olympic marathon and walking events to Sapporo, located 800km north of Tokyo to address heat and humidity concerns.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/tokyo-olympic-womens-and-mens-marathons-and-race-walking-moved-800km/

 

Jakob Ingebritsen sets a new road 10K Norwegian National Record 

https://www.instagram.com/p/B34L_eVBukH/?hl=en

 

Burnie 10 won by Jordan Williamsz and Genevieve Gregson.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/gregson-williamsz-2019-burnie-ten-champs/

 

Listener questions ask why feet get numb during long runs and how to rekindle your motivation, and then a Moose on the Loose of sorts goes on against the potential investigation against the Nike Vaporflys.

 

Olympic Steeplechaser Vic Mitchell joins Brady about the feeling of going fast on the track, winning multiple National Steeplechase Titles and getting into running in Mansfield as a junior and competing in State Championships at Bundoora. She talks about her early experiences getting coached by mail correspondence, how Ballarat led to pursuing a career in professional running and teaching before heading to Butler University to compete in the NCAA coming 4th and getting the team to Nationals, as well as doing her Masters Degree.

Vic recounts her highlights in competing at the Melbourne Comm Games as well as the lows such as injuries and eating disorder in the lead-up to Beijing Olympics, dealing with mental issues and changing mindset to focusing on the right things.

She talks about what made competing at the Rio Olympics so special, the training sessions in that peak period and then dealing with appendicitis in the lead up to the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games, followed up with the rigorous training session to prove her fitness before being allowed to compete.

Vic closes with moving from Sydney back to the country and her running plans after her pregnancy, what she’s reading at the moment and thoughts on the current state of drugs in sport.

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2018-04-12/victoria-mitchell-competes-on-gold-coast-after-appendix-surgery/9643238

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