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January 20, 2021  

168: Andy Buchanan

168: Andy Buchanan

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Brad rejoins the panel and gets ready to launch the Mulligans Flat Track Club.
Julian confuses Bendigo with Ballarat and takes IRP bragging rights in the 5K Frenzy.
Brady takes a quick dip down to Ocean Grove before hosting the 5K Frenzy at Bendigo.

Bendigo 5K Frenzy featuring own Brady and Moose going head to head in the Men’s A race as well as guest Andy Buchanan setting the track record for 5000m in 14:21. Previous host Ellie Pashley won the Women’s A in 16:08

Results

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GOPUs8HcNG4C 

 

Jarryd Clifford breaks his own ambulant-para athlete 1500m world record at Vic Milers Club in a dominant display of 3:44.36 while Georgia Hansen of MUAC took out the Women’s A Race.
1500m Results
800m Results

https://www.instagram.com/p/CKGPx7ug95Z/ 

 

Athletics Australia to possibly host a marathon time trial in Sydney slated for April 2021, more details to come.

 

The team preview the field for the National 10000m Championship at Zatopek:10 2021
Official Starting Lists

Listener Question asks why the boys don’t take their talents onto the trail racing scene.

Straight off his win at Bendigo, Andy Buchanan chats with Brady through his career of personal bests from the 1500m all the way up to the memorable Half Marathon victory in Tokyo that earned his selection for the Half Marathon World Championships in Gdynia, as well as what an Australian singlet meant to him and his plans for 2020, then how he reacted when they all changed over the course of the pandemic.
Andy gives an overview for his plans for the years ahead, including world cross and getting into the marathon before going into stories about how his parents were huge influence on his life, growing up with running and Brady, staying with running and meeting coach Scott Westcott. Andy then shares how he trains and structures his weeks and shares the satisfaction that comes from teaching and training young kids and what he would change at World Athletics to make it more accessible for the public.

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January 13, 2021  

167: Inside Running Podcast

167: Inside Running Podcast

Show notes by Ross:

Ellie Pashley fills in for Brad, while getting used to spikes again and leading long runs on the beach.
Julian’s not a fan of January rain, or long runs on the beach.
Brady puts in a big track session ahead of 5K Frenzy at Bendigo this Friday.

The RunACT 5km Road Race at the Canberra Stromlo Forest Park saw some fast times getting dropped, with Callum McClusky and Keely Small taking out the Elite Race.
Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CJ2YMnAnXyk/ 

 

Nick Earl takes home the Tasmanian 10000m State Championship.
https://www.instagram.com/p/CJ19nVznjMO/ 


Listener question of the week asks about what life lessons from running are transferable into developing a professional career, before wrapping things up with how Moose on the Loose is not a fan of long runs on the beach.

 

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January 6, 2021  

166: Welcome to 2021

Julian holds out the origin story behind “Moose” as he reaches 100 miles.
Brad mixes his running with weights as his New Years’ plans get derailed.
Brady’s rebuild gains momentum as Moama deals with border closures again.

Stewy McSweyn sets Australian All-Comers Mile record in Penguin and finishes as the World Lead Mile time for 2020.
World Athletics Article
https://www.instagram.com/p/CJZAe1bnvT4/

The listener question from Johnny asks about indicator workouts leading into different race distances, while Moose’s purchases take him Inside a Marathon with Scott Fauble before getting Loose on the same old year in review and resolutions clogging up his newsfeed.


Tune in to the livestream on Saturday January 9th, 2021 for the RunACT 5K at Stromlo Forest Park that will feature both local and elite athletes.
https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/race-around-the-stromlo-criterium-circuit-jan-9-2021/ 

 
Also coming up is the 5K Frenzy at Bendigo Athletics Track, Flora Hill hosted by Bendigo Harriers on Friday 15th January, 2021 which you can find more about at bendigoharriers.org/  


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December 30, 2020  

165: 2020 in Review

165: 2020 in Review

Brad prepares to take on Brady over a Canberra road 5K in the new year.
Julian puts in his biggest training week since August, yet somehow forgets his shoes at training.
Brady froths over Ellie coming over to Moama for the Sunday Long Run.

Vic Milers Club saw big results with Jarryd Clifford breaking his own 1500m World Record, along with tightly contested wins by Linden Hall and Ben Buckingham in the 3000m races.

Vic Milers Club Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CJImub2nIil/  

To round out the year, the boys review 2020 and discuss what made The Best Performance of the Year, who were the Most Improved and Most Consistent Athletes of the Year, Best Race of the Year, Best Overall Australian Distance Runner and their predictions on who to watch in 2021.

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December 23, 2020  

164: Merry Christmas from IRP

164: Merry Christmas from IRP

 

Julian goes blow-by-blow winning the Surf Coast Track Classic 10K.
Brad dreams of a Mulligans Flat Track Club then cracks the ton before heading to Sydney.
Brady gets through the last week of teaching, sets a course for the year ahead.

Albie Thomas Mile won in a tight contest by Jye Edwards over Oliver Hoare in 3:57.30, while Keely Small took line honours in 4:33.57 over Jenny Blundell. The Covid outbreak in North Sydney affected the attendance of the event.
NSW Athletics Report
Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CI_7qt2HKbe/

Daikin Night of 5s held in Auckland, New Zealand featured Camille Buscomb running 15:28 in the Men’s B Race.
Daikin Night of 5s Results

Marathon Project in the Arizona, USA won by medical student Martin Hehir in 2:08:59 while Sara Hall backs up from London Marathon to run the second fastest marathon ever by an American woman in 2:20:32
Lets Run Results

Renato Canova on World Athletics’ ruling around racing shoes on the track
Lets Run Forum

Listener Question of the week asks how to structure training during the Christmas period and Moose adds to that strategies about how to fit running in as a priority.

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December 15, 2020  

163: Jason Agosta

163: Jason Agosta

 

Brad skips parkrun this week meets up with Ellie to run in her workout up in Batemans Bay.
Julian shapes up for a 10K time trial in the week ahead.
Brady explains it all to the private investigator incidentally following him.

It was a huge day at the Launceston Running Festival Brett Robinson runs the fastest half marathon on Tasmanian soil in 1:01:38 clearing Tom Do Canto and Ed Goddard in the Half Marathon with Andrea Seccafien dominating the field in front of Jessica Stenson and Katinka von Elsner-Wellsteed.
Jack Rayner was clear in front leaving the pack of Jordan Williamsz, Liam Adams and Andre Waring to contest the minor placings, with Gen Gregson making it 4 10km victories from 4 starts ahead of Rose Davies and Izzy Batt-Doyle.
Launceston Running Festival Results 

https://www.instagram.com/p/CItb6GonvDh/ 

 

Moose presents the listener question of the week as to how well suited a speed-based athlete would be training for the longer distances, then the boys close with a preview of the Albie Thomas Mile on this weekend, including IRP 5000m Challenge II.

Jason Agosta chats with Sophie to talk about a wide range of topics, starting with his early development as a junior at Doncaster Athletics Club and the conditioning that young athletes need to grow in the sport. Goes into the typical training structure during the 80s and the highlights of his running career including representing Australia in the 1986 World Cross Country Championships in Switzerland in the time of Deeks and Mona. Jason gives his thoughts on the current state of athletics and racing and pinpoints a pivotal moment when it changed from grassroots competition into an elitist pursuit and the flaws in the model around supporting young athletes with sponsorship.
Jason then shares some diverse moments in career including his interest in his profession of podiatry and work in the media, and then rounds out the chat sharing his observations between the athletes who have the persistence to make it against those who don’t, why male coaches should talk openly about women’s hormonal health and the importance of keeping it simple.
  

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December 15, 2020  

Shoe Geeks -December

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Catch up on the latest in the shoe game from Nitta, Moose and TBC in their December ep.

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December 9, 2020  

162: Craig Kirkwood

162: Craig Kirkwood

 

Brad makes a second consecutive parkrun appearance and poses for fan photos.
Julian sorts out the confusion about his heart rate on one of his workouts.
Brady gets some of his mojo back.

Patrick Tiernan sets a new 10000m National Record of 27:22.55, less than a year to the day Stewy McSweyn’s record at Zatopek. At the “Track Meet” held in California, USA hosted by Sound Running.
Results
https://www.instagram.com/p/CIeYVNkH0ql/ 

 

There was action aplenty at the Valencia Marathon as Evans Chebet triumphed in 2:03:00 over Lawrence Cherono in a tight sprint finish around the final corner to take line honours, while Peres Chepchirchir ran the 5th fastest marathon ever in 2:17:16. It was a tough day for the Road to Valencia team with Matt Clowes in 2:15, Paul Marteletti in 2:19 and Peter LeGrice retiring midway.
Kibiwott Kandie of Kenya sets a new Half Marathon World Record of 57:32, leading the top 4 under Geoffrey Kamworor’s previous records, while 1500m, 3000m and 5000m World Record holder Genzebe Dibaba won her debut Half Marathon in 1:05:18, over Sheila Chepkirui and Senbere Teferi both also under 66 minutes ahead of American Emily Sisson.

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/5732-kenyas-kibiwott-kandie-trounces-half-marathon-world-record-in-valencia/ 

 

South Australian State 5000m Championships - Izzy Batt Doyle sets state record 15:26.48, clear of Caitlin Adamas and Tara Pam while Matt Clarke took out the Men’s race.
Results 

 

Queensland also held their State 5000m Championships with honours going to Adam Fogg & Jenny Blundell of NSW.
Results

 

Steph Auston 3:17:26 new Women’s 50km National Record at GC50, beating Jackie Fairweather’s previous record.
GC50 Results  

 

Japanese 10000m records fell on both the men and women, with the women’s record set by Zatopek 2018 winner Hitomi Niiya.
Japan Running News

 

World Cross rescheduled to 19th February 2022. Inside the Games 

 

Rules around prototype shoes rewritten again. Inside the Games

 

Listener Question structuring process of taper ahead of a race/time trial going into detail and Moose on the Loose is tired of shoe talk disrespecting the athletes, and goes into his favourite carbonated waters.

Craig Kirkwood, runner, coach and patron of the show sheds light on the career of running he’s had, going through the several personal bests earned from around the world and how getting the best from his own training led to his start as a junior. He recalls earning high praise from Arthur Lydiard and his experiences competing and training in the NCAA in Oklahoma before heading off to the UK where he represented New Zealand at the 1999 World Cross Country Championships in Belfast. During his time in London, Craig developed his skill as a coach and agent organising athlete training and racing including the likes of Daniel Komen, watching their workouts and observing the level of professionalism they put in. Craig goes into stepping up to the marathon, getting selected for the Manchester Commonwealth Games before a freak injury derailed him then coming home to New Zealand. He shares his insight to the domestic scene, why New Zealand distance running sets the bar really high and his earnest approach into coaching, particularly young charges such as Sam Tanner and his philosophies around training and self belief, and closing with his thoughts on how the domestic running scene will go through the short term future and current state of the sport.

December 2, 2020  

161: Richard Welsh - Launceston Running Festival Preview

Brad comes up out on top at Gungahlin parkrun and leads De Agony of De Feet
Julian reveals his hill running credentials on the hilly tempo loop out at Aireys Inlet.
Brady hits a speed hump pacing Archie and makes progress with his hamstrings.

Richard Welsh joins the boys to preview the fields ahead of the Launceston Running Festival’s 10K and Half Marathon, as well as some talk behind the scenes about organising the event and the viability of hosting an Australian marathon championship in Tasmania and reveals a world record attempt.
Official Launceston Running Festival Press Release

 

NASS Funding allocation announced for 2021, prompting discussion among Australia’s elite about whether they receive an appropriate level of support.
Athletics Australia Press Release
NASS Policy Outline

Dion Finocchiaro is the new 50km National Record Holder, running 2:50:47 at Box Hill’s Hagenauer Reserve. The attempt featured previous IRP guest Dane Verwey who finished second while under the previous record held by Mark Tucker, as well as John Dutton who ran 2:54:29 and Craig Appleby.

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

 

Airtel Delhi Half Marathon features some fast Ethiopians and an Indian National Record.
Lets Run Report 

Listener Question asks how to go about hydration and support in a marathon time trial while Moose wonders what constitutes an athletics club from state to state and the boys end the episode with banter over what Moose’s next big purchase should be.

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November 25, 2020  

160: Inside Running Podcast

The Boys review the Hyperice Hypervolt massage gun in the middle of the episode and for a limited time IRP Listeners can get 15% off the entire range with the discount code IRP15 at checkout at hyperice.com.au

Brad stays out the sun and feels at home in the gym.
Julian gets some of his residual niggles sorted out.
Brady’s hammies are on the mend and gets a taste of a life in coaching .

Elite headliners to feature in the Half Marathon and 10K at the Tasmanian Running Festival in Launceston, Sunday 13th December.
Official Press Release
https://www.instagram.com/p/CHtbSaOnZtE/  

 

NSW 3000m Championships taken out by Zach Facioni and Rose Davies.
Athletics NSW Report
Full Results 

 

Great Britain Olympic Marathon Trials to be held in Kew Gardens in April.
Athletics Weekly

 

Listener Question when to structure easy weeks into training consistently and Moose talks about recent additions to the running book library.

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