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March 19, 2019  

072: Grant Giles

72: Grant Giles

Brad continues to test the waters with his body, enjoying the running he can manage.
Julian & Brady come down with post-Lake Biwa Fever.

Chris Rancie asks about a possible scenario for Julian and Doha World Championships launching into the discussion into the new IAAF Ranking systems factoring in for qualification time, race selection and points allocation based on performances at select meets and races.

IAAF Qualification Press Release

List of 2020 Olympic Athletics Qualification Standards

Diamond League to drop the 5000m from 2020 season onwards, replacing it with the 3000m.
IAAF Press Release

https://www.instagram.com/p/BvFRwe9ge2f/

Luke Mathews wins the 800m Jandakot Airport Track over Joseph Deng, Georgia Griffith edges Morgan Mitchell in the Women’s Race
Athletics Australia Report

Courtney Atkinson and Steph Auston take out 6 Foot Track Marathon
Results

Matt Ramsden selected to represent Australia for the World Cross Country in Aarhus, Denmark replacing an injured Pat Tiernan.

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bu7oNXZHZcF/  

Listener Richard asks about how the boy’s perspective on their running goals has changed over the years and Moose on the Loose sets into the post-marathon blues.

Grant Giles chats with Brady about the importance of the mental aspect performance, touching on his career as a triathlete and coach before making the transitioning to ego psychologist. In this fascinating conversation, Grant covers a variety of topics from forming and managing your belief system, anchoring yourself to the flow of the process, accepting discomfort and the dark places when you get there and what can be learnt from observing Eliud Kipchoge.

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March 15, 2019  

071: Lake Biwa Recap & Rochelle Rodgers

71: Lake Biwa 2019 Recap | Rochelle Rodgers

Brady & Julian recap their respective races at Lake Biwa marathon and are joined by guest host Ellie Pashley, who ran the 9th fastest Female Australian Marathon at Nagoya Women’s Marathon on the same day. The three competitors give insight into their respective weeks leading in and detailed accounts of each of their races.

Other results from Lake Biwa features Nick Earl edging Julian in 2:14:38, plus the results of Aaron Pulford, Brad Milosovic, Brad Kahlfeldt and Reece Edwards as well as Tom Do Canto who was a withdrawal in the later stages of the race.

Keeping with the theme of Japanese marathons, this week's special guest is Rochelle Rodgers from Western Australia, off her 2:34 personal best at Shizuoka marathon joins Brady to give a recap of her own race that happened a few weeks before Lake Biwa & Nagoya, including how she even chose Shizuoka and the preparations after her second place at Melbourne Marathon 2018. Rochelle provides some insight into the WA running scene and how she got started via Little Athletics as well as her involvement with Front Runner Sports and coach Raf Baugh, what a typical training looks like, why she comes back to Melbourne Marathon as well as racing in Bali and how she spends her time outside of running.

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March 6, 2019  

070: Pat Carroll

070: Pat Carroll

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Brad’s back jogging, doing his exercises, biding his time to get his body right.
Julian’s taking in the sights, gets his back straight and cheering Bri in Tokyo.
Brady’s comes second to Marty Hore in an awards gala and watches the Echuca-Moama Gift

Tokyo Marathon played out in dour, rainy conditions with previous guest-host Craig Appleby setting a new Personal Best, while Japanese National Record holder Suguru Osako dropped out before 30km.
IAAF Report

Bathurst, New South Wales announced to host 2021 World Cross Championships, with the boys frothing about the potential for both local and global talent.

IAAF Press Release

Yomif Kejelcha sets World Record for Indoor Mile of 3:47.01 in Boston.

IAAF Report

Listener Callum asks about training and runner biographies the boys recommend reading while Moose on the Loose draws the line on personal bests set by your GPS watch versus the ones set in reality.

Pat Carroll joins Brad to look at his career in running, making the transition from karate into running, recounting his inspiration from Rob De Castella, what training and nutrition for marathons involved back in his prime and highlights balancing his apprenticeship in cabinet making with winning the Gold Coast marathon.

Pat talks about who he likes in the current crop of distance running and his opinions on what they need to succeed to be top marathoners before setting most of his personal bests in domestic racing and then recounts his best marathons at Beppu-Oita and Lake Biwa in Japan only to deal with the absurd politics involved with organisers, Athletics Australia and the Olympic selection process.

The conversation wraps up with the transition from athlete to coaching and getting involved with charity fundraising and emceeing events to engage with the wider running community.

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March 2, 2019  

069: B. Tokyotalk- Moose, Ellie, Bri & Jarrod

#Tokyotalk with Moose, Ellie Pashley, Bri Hook & Jarrod McMullen. + MOTL.

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February 28, 2019  

069: Aaron Pulford

069: Aaron Pulford

Brady pushes through his marathon simulation workout through the wind.
Craig Appleby fills in for Julian ahead of Tokyo Marathon, talking about how he’s trained and structured his sessions and what his final preparations and race plan entail.

Brad takes the week off to work on his glute and core exercises.

Sydney Track Classic proved to be a blockbuster night in athletics, with Melissa Duncan edging Paige Campbell & Sinead Diver in a windy Women's 5000m before Jordan Gusman broke clear of Stewy McSweyn for the upset of the night with Liam Adams 3rd in the Men's 5000m, while Ryan Gregson wins another 1500m title.

Athletics Australia Results

Rochelle Rodgers makes improves on her 2nd place at Melbourne Marathon, winning Shizuoka Marathon and setting a massive personal best.

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

Listener, Tyson asks about how to best mix training for running and footy throughout the year.

Aaron Pulford joins Brady over from Kenya as he puts the final touches ahead of Lake Biwa Marathon. Aaron talks about his approach to running, spending the last 4 months in Kenya, and how the culture and overall philosophy around running differs between Kenya and his native New Zealand, recounting his time spent in Kenya as well as immersion in the workouts and nightlife, as well as providing insight on Jake Robertson’s impact on the local community.
Aaron also shares how having an active childhood and his junior coach influenced his running, the big names he raced in a World Junior 5000m, the years he raced the Zatopek Junior 3000m before going on to race instead of pace track meets in the United States, slipping all over in Christchurch then explains why the Kenyans don’t rate the Commonwealth Games and who he rates in the Australian scene. 

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February 21, 2019  

068: Mario Fraioli

068: Mario Fraioli

Brady’s living it up in Byron Bay still trying to get it done to the delight of onlookers.
Julian recreates a training session from Boulder and fits in some banter with Watto.
Brad attempts another session and catches up with previous guest Chris Hamer.

Brett Robinson gets chased by Harry Summers sets a new record for the Run The Bridge course while Millie Clark makes a return to form.

Event Report
Results

Joseph Deng sets a new Australian 800m Indoor National Record.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/watch-birmingham-indoor-grand-prix-800-metre-joseph-deng-australian-nr/

Stewy McSweyn chases Samuel Tefera and Yomif Kejelcha to set a new National Record for 1500m Indoor, paced by Jordy Williamsz.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/video-samuel-tefera-3-31-04-1500m-indoor-wr-birmingham-2019/

Julien Wanders and Sifan Hassan set new post-2018 road 5k World Records.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/wanders-and-hassan-set-world-5km-records-in-monaco/

Listener questions from James ask the boys about their current shoes in rotation while Paul asks about coaching relationships, what they get out of them and why they have/don’t have coaches. Moose on the Loose against professionals (or non-professionals) espousing advice out of their realms of expertise #stayinyourlane

Brady catches up with coach and writer Mario Fraioli of the Morning Shakeout newsletter & podcast about training and running California International Marathon in 2:27, setting his first PB in 11 years. Mario takes it back to getting into running via basketball and pursuing a professional running career to working at a newspaper part-time while dealing with malnutrition, injuries and the mental demons associated with bad eating habits.

Mario talks about his break into athletics journalism working on Competitor magazine covering race reports and training articles, with Brady picking his brain on interviewing athletes and uncovering their stories, before going into how he got into coaching and writing the Morning Shakeout and the transition to pursuing both full time.

Mario discusses having the tact and honesty to articulate opinions on athletics and marathoning, going into detail about who he thinks will make the USA Olympic Marathon teams and what needs to change in athletics.

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February 13, 2019  

067: Dave McNeill

067: Dave McNeill

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Brad’s rebuilding his mileage and catches up for parkrun pacing.
Julian confuses New Zealand with Tasmania and plans his big session ahead of Lake Biwa.
Brady feels fresher, discusses game plan and goals for Lake Biwa.

Tarawera Ultra Trail sees Reece Edwards win the 102km ahead of Lake Biwa while Steph Auston place 2nd.
NZ Herald Report

Results

Box Hill Classic 3000m sees 5 men break 8 minutes, lead by Harry Summers https://www.runnerstribe.com/len-johnson-articles/harrys-hot-summer-a-column-by-len-johnson/
Ben Buckingham column https://www.runnerstribe.com/features/2016-season-goals-from-ben-buckingham-a-retrospective/

Nic Harman and Rochelle Rodgers both set course records in the 10km and half marathon respectively at the Busselton Running Festival

Results

Aussies make waves at the Millrose Games Indoor Athletics meet, Morgan MacDonald edged by rival Grant Fisher in the Dr Sander 3000m and Ollie Hoare placing 6th at Wanamaker Mile.

http://results.nyrrmillrosegames.org/

 

RAK Half saw the top 11 break 60 minute mark, with Swiss athlete Julien Wanders beating Mo Farah’s European Record.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/julien-wanders-sets-a-new-european-record-on-the-half-marathon/  

Listener Phil asks about building mental resilience to power through the end of marathons while Moose on the Loose takes on “The Mess” perpetually disrupting the group’s training sessions.

National track, cross country champion and Olympic representative Dave McNeill joins Brad about his impressive resume from the 400m to 10,000m and beginnings into athletics via basketball. Dave talks about his development under athletics coach Tom Kelly, before his recruitment to North Arizona University and exposure to different training styles. Dave talks about his highlights in the NCAA competing with and against the likes of Lopez Lomong and Galen Rupp, and then the challenges involved with his post collegiate running from finding his identity and life balance outside of running. Brad asks Dave about his columns of wisdom for Runners Tribe that draw on his personal experiences, the people who influences his mental state before talking about his venture into coaching for boundary umpires and other extracurricular activities as well as the relationship between his nutrition, energy intake and injury incidence.

February 6, 2019  

066: Krishna Stanton

066: Krishna Stanton

Brad’s cooking in the heat but continuing his good form.
Brady’s grinding through 40km long runs and longer car rides.
Julian deals with GPS issues on his temp session and burning cars.

Australian Cross Country teams announced
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/tiernan-duncan-to-lead-aussie-team-at-2019-world-cross-country-championships/

Jack Rayner places 3rd in the Muragame Half Marathon, while surprise packet Joel Tobin-White places 11th. Sinead Diver & MTC teammate Charlotte Purdue place 3rd & 4th respectively setting new PBs.

Athletics Weekly Report

IAAF Results

Jordan Gusman & Marni Ponton each take out NSW 5000m State Championships

NSW Athletics Report

Results

Tom Do Canto & Abigail Nordberg takes out the Sun Run 10km
Results

Listener Question Steve asks about how long warming up is enough and Moose On The Loose hangs it on your groups’ Last Rep Hero putting on all the bravado where it matters least.

Krishna Stanton chats with Julian, about her diverse running range and long-spanning career. She talks about starting from swimming to getting into running and the transition into the AIS at Canberra and training under Pat Clohessy that lead to competing in a deep field at the World Indoor Championship.

Krishna recounts her persistence through injuries and illnesses through her career, all the while qualifying through the selection process to the 1992 Barcelona Olympic 3000m.
Krishna goes through the highlights and challenges of talks about how she made the jump from the middle distance to the marathon, making her debut in Sydney 2001 and meeting Kerryn McCann and Jackie Fairweather that ultimately lead to them sweeping the podium in the Manchester Commonwealth Games Marathon, with Krishna taking the silver while recalling fond memories of her two former teammates before closing with what her running means to her today, running the Gold Coast and Boston marathons in recent years.

1992 Barcelona Olympic Women’s 3000m Final
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FGAJEVkKpmg

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January 29, 2019  

065: Malcolm Norwood (Part 2)

65 Malcolm Norwood part 2

Julian runs with former 2:12 marathoner Shane Nankervis, and 1km reps with Brady before getting into an over-distance long run.

Brad’s works through his soreness through on the body and maintains fitness.

Brady gets in a big long run workout, getting in the mileage.

MTC sweep the Australian Cross Country selection trials at Stromlo, Canberra with Brett Robinson and Jack Rayner securing their place for the Australian teams, while Melissa Duncan secures her spot behind UK marathoner Charlotte Purdue.
Athletics Australia Results

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/robinson-and-duncan-win-aussie-xc-titles-at-stromlo/

Dubai Marathon boasts a stacked field predominant, while 2nd placed Herpassa Negasa has some interesting wardrobe choices.
IAAF Report

Luke Mathews wins the 1500m at the Newcastle Hunter Track Classic in style, while Morgan Mitchell and Joseph Deng take out the 600m.

NSW Athletics Results

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

Rio Olympic Marathon winner Jemima Sumgong hit with 8-year doping ban
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2019/jan/25/olympic-marathon-champion-jemima-sumgong-doping-ban-doubled-kenya-?CMP=share_btn_tw

Listener question Brendan asks about breakfasts fuelling long run, Dominic asks about dealing with sensitive stomachs. Moose is on the Loose against your running group’s competitive half-stepper.

Brady’s chat with Malcolm Norwood resumes from last week starting from his suspension from the AIS leading to a 3rd place in the State 10k and then taking a break from the sport, then coming back to racing in Europe under the mentorship of Ron Clarke and dealing with emotions.

Mal then talks about coming home and running the 3-day Otway Classic, recounting the process for picking the team, employing tactics and strategy and duelling Sean Quilty.

With his career transitioning from track to road, Mal talks about running the London Marathon to supplement his Twin Cities performance to qualify for the Barcelona Olympics and the complicated selection process involved as well as an incident that happened just before the London Marathon before going into the lasting impact of the injury through the Tokyo Marathon, World Championships in Germany to his final marathon at Gold Coast and how his retirement came about.

Malcolm closes with his post-professional career, stepping out and in with the world of running sharing some philosophies on training, the state of running and anecdotes about drug testing.

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January 24, 2019  

064: Malcolm Norwood (part 1)

64 Malcolm Norwood part 1

Brad bounces back on Strava, and works his fitness back up despite the humid weather.
Brady hits the hilly circuits and a bucks party in Brisbane. Julian shares his love for Riley Wolff’s photography and has Mona pace his marathon workout.

Jack Rayner, Sinead Diver, Lisa Weightman and Brett Robinson feature in the 2019 London Marathon Elite Fields.
https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs4B16MhDEA/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Men’s Elite Field

Women’s Elite Field

Pat Tiernan runs a PB of 61:22 in the Houston Half Marathon. Ultramarathoner & Western States record holder Jim Walmsley runs 64:00 to rattle heads for an Olympic Trials Qualifier. Emily Sisson runs 67:30, narrowly missing Molly Huddle’s National half marathon record

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs3s0nJnF0X/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

The field for the Australia World Cross Country Trial is announced and the boys make their predictions.

Athletics Australia preview

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs6vwjVnz6z/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

Ultrarunner and Two Bays 56km winner Steph Auston asks about alternatives to the conventional 7 day training cycle, before Moose explores the statistical definition of a “hilly” marathon.

Brady chats with elite runner from 1500m to the marathon, Malcolm Norwood about the scale of athletics, running the Great North Run and 2:12 at Twins City Marathon. Mal talks about the training for the marathon through conditioning on the hills of Ferntree Gully and his strict instructions on how to race it.

Malc talks about representing Australia at World Cross in Auckland, and finding the rhythm at Bundoora.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=97qvDi1S0xk -

Malcolm takes it back to the beginnings at schoolyard rivalries in Albury, starting at sprints and winning the 800m, and how his love of running helped channel his hyperactivity. The first half of this interview concludes with how he joined Nike in the early 80s through Raylene Boyle and

heading to AIS under pressure, not knowing who Pat Clohessy was and setting the record for the longest suspension at the AIS.