087: Eloise Wellings Part Two
Brad takes a while to warm in a handicap 5000m.
Julian leads the loops with Mona
Brady deals with drive-bys doing strides
Oceania Championships over the past saw
Andy Buchanan finishes third in the 5000m and joins in for a chat to give an update and report on the atmosphere of the event and what his plans for the next few weeks are.
Sinead Diver, Ellie Pashley, Emily Brichacek podium in the Women’s 10,000m.
Harry Summers runs clear of Jack Rayner in the Men’s 10000m.
Melissa Duncan takes gold over Paige Campbell in the Women’s 5000m
Men’s Steeplechase Ben Buckingham, Max Stevens, Matt Clarke
Catriona Bisset leads from gun to tape in the Women’s 800m.
Matt Ramsden over Rorey Hunter in the mens 1500m.
Georgia Griffiths won the womens 1500m over Bernadette Williams
The Pre Classic Diamond League in Stanford saw Jessica Hull in her first race as a pro run the 1500m in 4:02, setting a new personal best and Tokyo Olympic qualifier. Stewart McSweyn features in the 2-mile race.
Pre Classic Results
Western States 100 Mile ultramarathon in California USA taken out in a course record time of 14:0928 by Jim Walmsley, while previous guest Lucy Bartholomew comes 14th female in 21:19.
Listener question from Steph Auston asks whether the IR boys combined could break sub 2 hour and Moose gives a Pre Classic-themed Merber tweet of the week https://twitter.com/TheRealMerb/status/1120650058217787392
With Gold Coast Marathon next week, the boys close with their final predictions.
Eloise Wellings and Brad pick up from last week, heading into 2012 after the heartbreak of 2008 and talk about meeting Julius Achon from Uganda learning about his story and how it started Love Mercy. She shares how training with Julius, getting in rest days and less training days lead to winning Zatopek 2009
Eloise eventually made it to the Olympics and talks about the differences in training and preparation for London in 2012 and Rio in 2016 and how their performances differed and being in the state of flow for the Rio 10000m. Eloise also compares the Olympics and Commonwealth games and her life changing before and after becoming a mum.
She talks about her coaching under Nic Bideau in terms of session structure and mileage management, before talking about what the mission and programs of her foundation Lover Mercy do in Northern Uganda, the impact she’s had as a role model and who she takes inspiration from, her activities post Gold Coast Comm Games and making the move towards the marathon and what it means being a Shire girl.
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