Inside Running Podcast

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July 31, 2019  

091: Pete Kerr

July 31, 2019

91: Pete Kerr,

 

This ep is sponsored by New Balance. www.newbalance.com.au

 

Julian places 3rd in his hometown AV Lake Wendouree Ballarat 15km in a turn-around of form

Brad’s injury saga continues, going through the history of his knee.
Brady races Ballarat, then paces Run Melbourne and is out looking for a race.

 

Lisa Weightman sets the 40-year-old 10km record at Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10, running a personal best of 31:55

https://www.runnerstribe.com/latest-news/women-smash-course-records-in-real-insurance-sydney-harbour-10k-and-5k/

 

Andrew Buchanan takes out the XCR Lake Wendouree 15km in Ballarat by a comfortable margin, while Kiah Fry wins a tight one over Tamara Quinn. Steve Moneghetti sets an M55 15K world record.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VInso9EGMmI

 

Westlink M7 Blacktown Marathon won by Liam Adams and Charlotte Wilson in her debut over the distance, with Tom Do Canto and Belinda Martin winning the Half Marathon.

Results 

 

Listener question asks the about the importance of the Midweek Long Run and its role in the training week before Moose On the Loose gets suspicious of the integrity the CrossFit scene.

 

Predictions for Sunshine Coast Half Marathon which doubles as the Australian championship race are made as to who can take home $25K for running the fastest half marathon in Australia, while Julian outlines his Doha training structure for the months ahead.

 

This week’s guest is police officer and former professional triathlete Peter Kerr talking with Julian about how to balance working the night shift with training and the benefits of escaping winter to Noosa.
Peter explains how he was able to perform at the Oceania and Australia championships while how the Olympic team selection before going over how he met Julian and background into triathlon while being a Lee Troop lookalike as well as his strengths and weaknesses as a triathlete. They go through the running potential of triathletes on the scene, the cultural differences and similarities between runners and triathletes, the appeals of short triathlon courses and running as well as how his low-volume, high-quality approach to training works and how the Geelong 70.3 marked the transition into focusing on running. Pete ends with explaining why the funding structure between running and triathlon is so different before closing out with how long rides played a role in aerobic development they recount their duel at Great Ocean Road Marathon 2018 and taking out the win in 2019.