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Brad has an easy week while Mulligan’s Flat gets washed away and deals with new toe problems.

Julian checks in after while Bri deals with a different kind of ankle-biter

Brady gears up for an upcoming Moama Time Trial.

It was Aussie domination at the Van Damme Memorial Diamond League in Brussels, starting with Linden Hall taking third place the Mile in a new National Record of 4:21, lowering her previous mark by two seconds. In the Men’s 1500m it was Stewy McSweyn in first and Oli Hoare in second. Brussels Diamond League Full Results

Brussels DL: Aussie 1-2 in Men’s 1500m as Hall Breaks National Mile Record

Stewy followed it up with another 1500m victory at the Meeting Citta di Padova, Italy in the World Athletics Continental World Cup. Results

Jaryd Clifford wins bronze medal in T13 1500m Final in a tight, fast-finishing contest.
Men’s T13 1500m Final Results

Deon Kenzie takes the bronze medal in the T38 1500m Final in 4:03.76, while teammate Daniel Bounty placed 6th.
Men’s T38 1500m Final Results

Jaryd Clifford leaves it all out in the Men’s Marathon with a silver medal. Michael Roeger placed 6th in his T46 category battling a stress reaction during and in the lead up to the race.
Men’s T12 Marathon Results (Jaryd Clifford)
Men’s T46 Marathon Results (Michael Roeger)


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Peter Bol places 4th in Paris Diamond League 1:44.88 in the lead up to Zurich.
Paris Diamond League Full Results

Court of Arbitration for Sport upholds the four-year ban placed on Shelby Houlihan, in a 44-page report finding that the testimony given by Houlihan was an insufficient explanation.
Official Court of Arbitration for Sport Report

Moose gives another update in the lactate threshold tester saga and the boys chat about vinyl and music before rounding up with a preview of this week’s Zurich Diamond League Final.

Pat Tiernan returns to the show to recap his 10000m race in the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and talks about what his strategy was going into the race, how he executed it and what happened in those final laps, his mental state throughout those final laps of the race as well as how the race played out as a whole.

 Pat reviews the training that went into it and what could’ve been improved in terms of pre-race cooling, as well as how he processed the different social and physical aspects in the aftermath of the race, and his decision on withdrawing from the 5000m.

 The conversation pivots into joining the Oregon TC Elite, changes made to his training between squads and how he adjusted his approach as well as how he benefited from them

What he thinks he is capable of and the direction of his in running in the years ahead, how he unwinds in the off-season and who inspires him within running.