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Ellie Pashley recaps her Osaka Marathon and the decisions that lead to her race result.
Brady recaps his week and his race at Osaka Marathon, and the personal impact it has.
Brad holds down the fort while managing his injury.

Osaka Marathon in cold, drizzly conditions won by Kiyoto Hirabayashi, in a debut Japanese National Record of 2:06:19 ahead of Stephen Kissa of Uganda. Dean Menzies was the first Australian in 2:18:51.

Waganesh Dagefa of Ethiopia was first across the line in 2:24:20, while Lisa Weightman was consistent  with 3rd in 2:24:43, Tara Palm 8th in 2:32:25 while Ellie Pashley withdrew midrace.

Cameron Myers wins the 1500m at NSW Milers Meet at Bankstown in an Olympic Qualifier of 3:33.30, with Jesse Hunt running a breakout 3:33.64 just off the Qualifier with Jake Wightman of Great Britain in third at a stacked field. Jaylah Hancock-Cameron won the 1500m in 4:14. NSW Milers Meet Results 

World Indoors Championships in Glasgow to feature Jessica Hull,  Linden Hall and Catriona Bisset.

Lauren Ryan becomes the sixth Australian woman to run under 15 minutes and the first to do so indoors, running 14:57:67. Amy Bunnage ran 15:11.68 for Stanford for the fastest u20 time.

Listener Question asks about using anti-inflammatory medicine for injury niggles, then Brad gets a bit loose on some of the whispers on Athletics Australia disapproving on stars snagged from the Canberra Classic, then preview the Cross Country Trials in Canberra.


Izzy Batt-Doyle joins in for a chat with Brady about her recent performance at Maurie Plant Meet where she broke 15 minutes in the 5000m. She then discusses her focus for the track after her Valencia Marathon, nutrition for races such as the 5000m and her marathons, and working with Precision Fuel and Hydration for the best results.

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Izzy also shares what’s going on in her life and what she’s seeing in the running community, as well as what she’s been reading and her memories of racing in Japan.