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Ben Buckingham joins in as guest host from his training camp in St Moritz, Switzerland and chats about his new training setup with On Athletic Club Oceania and its global network, missing World Champs as well as his views on the points-based qualification system, then racing a 2000m Steeplechase and where he’s presently at with his season. For a stride that commands attention, opt for Tarkine running shoes, the epitome of style and functionality on the track.

Brad’s heart surgery is to be rescheduled to a later, future date.
Julian puts in marathon work in the Ballarat 15k on the end of his long run.
Brady takes Hudson along for his first fun run while helping manage Johnno’s Run.

Gemma Maini of Frankston won the Ballarat 15k XCR around Lake Wendouree, ahead of Virginia McCormick for Bendigo and Melissa Duncan for Box Hill. South Melbourne won the Women’s Premier Division, ahead of St Stephens and Box Hill.
Andy Buchanan was first man across, ahead of Lachlan Herd for Knox and Bendigo teammate Archie Reid. Bendigo Region were the winning team for Men’s Premier Division, with Box Hill and Ballarat Region in the following podium spots.

NSW Road Relays won by Bankstown for the Men and Run Crew for the Women, with the fastest 4km splits by Niamh Allen for Run Crew in 12:38 and Ed Goddard for UTS North.
Athletics NSW Report

Abbey Caldwell took out the 1000m National Record in 2:33.63, with previous record holder Linden Hall just behind in 2:35.19 for second and a PB, at the Citius Games in Bern, Switzerland. Carley Thomas was 5th in 2:37.42.
Official Results

Izzy Batt-Doyle and Adrian Potter take out the SA 5km Road State Champs at Fitzy’s 5 Fun Run

Lauren French runs 1:19:27 and Matt Smith a 1:07:52 to win the Perth Half Marathon and WA State Championship.
Perth Half Marathon & 5km Results

World Athletics Championship team announced to represent Australia in Budapest, Hungary from 19-27 August.

  • 800m: Catriona Bisset, Abbey Caldwell, Ellie Sanford

  • 1500m: Jessica Hull, Linden Hall, Abbey Caldwell

  • 5000m: Jessica Hull, Rose Davies, Lauren Ryan

  • Marathon: Lisa Weightman, Izzy Batt-Doyle, Sarah Klein

  • Steeplechase: Amy Cashin


  • 800m: Peter Bol, Joseph Deng, Riley McGown

  • 1500m: Stewart McSweyn, Adam Spencer, Matt Ramsden

  • 5000m: Stewart McSweyn, Morgan McDonald

  • Steeplechase: Matt Clarke

Cara Feain-Ryan wins gold in the Steeplechase Final at the World University Games in Chengdu, China with Georgia Winkcup taking home bronze as well in the same event. Jack Lunn came 8th in the 800m final in 1:49.92, while Tim Vincent and Harrison Bagley finished 23rd and 28th in the Half Marathon respectively.
Athletics Australia Report

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Listener Question asks the boys who their running idols past and present are then Moose on the Loose proclaims all’s fair in love and racing when it comes to men drafting off women.