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Ellie Pashley returns to guest host to give a training update ahead of the Osaka Marathon.
Brad gets some extensive care with the physiotherapist.
Brady works out with Julian on the Surf Coast and recruits a frother for the long runs.
Andy Blow from Precision Fuel & Hydration chats to Brad & Brady, going into his background in exercise science and his motivations in starting Precision Hydration, how they came about developing their gels and answering some listener questions about hydration and nutrition.
Peyton Craig 800m set the U20 800m Record in 1:45.77 in the ACT Track & Field Champs ahead of Jack Lunn. Imogen Barrett took out both the 800m and 1500m, while Connor Whitely won the 1500m state title. Bendere Oboya and Catriona Bisset had hit outs in the 400m. Official Results
Jess Hull ran 2:34.71 for an indoor 1000m national record, coming second to Nikki Hiltz at the University of Washington Invitational while Carley Thomas took out the 800m in 2:00.95. Results via World Athletics
Lauren Ryan 5000m National Indoor record 15:15.27 at the Invite Race Boston University John Thomas Terrier Meet. Morgan McDonald ran 13:07.30 in his return race in the 5000m Invite, while Ky Robinson ran 13:21.99. Official Results
Honami Maeda runs 2:18:59, just 8 seconds behind Workenesh Edesa at the Osaka Women’s Marathon to break the Japanese marathon record that had stood for twenty years
Listener Question of the week asks the team where in Australia they’d hit up for a training camp which segues into Brady on the Loose at the constant social media content the training camp. Whispers speak of a tilt on a half marathon record at Marugame, Japan and an Australian marathon legend making a homecoming.