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Brad returns to work and maintains consistency. Kristian Ulriksen fills in and goes into the history of the Norwegian Training System as he lines up for the Barcelona Half.
Brady keeps his cool as the temperature rises at the IRP x Mizuno workout at Albert Park.

Brett Robinson placed 19th at the Marugame Half Marathon in a time of 1:01:27 following a collision, Tim Vincent was 38th in 1:02:01. The race was won by Kenyan Richard Etir in 59:32 ahead of countrymen Alexander Matuso and Amos Bett who finished alongside Norwegian Sondre Moen in 1:00:11. Sinead Diver was a withdrawal while British athlete Charlotte Purdue was fourth in 1:08:02. Dolphine Nyaboke Omare of Kenya won in a course record time of 1:06:07.

Conner Mantz won the US Olympic Trials Marathon in 2:09:05, alongside training partner Clayton Young, confirming their places in the 2024 Paris Olympic Marathon. Leonard Korir was third in 2:09:57, though his actual place in the US Olympic Team is currently unsecured. Fiona O’Keefe won the women’s race in her debut marathon in a trials record of 2:22:10, ahead of national record holder Em Sisson in 2:22:42 and Dakota Lindwurm third 2:25:31 to make their Olympic team. Full Results

Jakob Ingebrigsten announces his season plans as recovers from injury in the lead up to Olympics, as well as speaking of his rivalry with Josh Kerr.

Sun Run 10k Ed Goddard in 29:33 ahead of Tom Do Canto and James Nipperess. Alice Daniel in 35:43 ahead of Lexy Gilmour and Natalea Smith. Official Results

Jess Hull breaks her own 3000m National Record at the New Balance Indoor Grand Prix in Boston, running to 8:24.93 at the to outlast Elle St. Pierre in a duel that cleared the rest of the field. Official Results

Listener Question of the week asks if there are mental benefits to solo training over group training, then Brady on the Loose goes on the selection policy around the World Cross Country relay teams and the economics of running for Australia.

The whispers about two men lining up at Hamburg Marathon for that coveted third spot in the Olympic marathon team and some confirmations for Osaka Marathon, before wrapping up the show with a short preview of the Adelaide Invitational.

Jimmy Friend returns with friend Toby Menday to chat about why heart rate monitors don’t work on tattoos then do a deep dive on the recently released New Balance Super Comp Elite v4 and the Rebel v4, as well as giving a preview of the On Running Cloudmonster 2.