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Andy Buchanan guest hosts this week to recap his win at Cruden Farm and announce his plans for the year.
Julian doesn’t appreciate the jeers he copped at Cruden Farm.
Brad puts on the last major workouts ahead of Gold Coast.
Eloise Wellings and Rory Darkins join the show to talk about Marathon State of Mind in partnership with this year’s Sydney Marathon, and talk about the importance of mindset and self-talk through the difficulties of the marathon.
Jessica Hull is the new National and Oceania Mile Record, after setting 4:18.24 in the Dream Mile of the Diamond League Bislett Games in Oslo, Norway while Linden Hall ran a personal best of 4:19.60 Oli Hoare is the new 1500m National and Oceania Record Holder, running 3:29.41 in the Men’s 1500 as Jakob Ingebrigsten set a European Record in winning the race, clocking 3:27.95 to move to 6th on the all-time list.
Jack Rayner also took part in the night, running 13:38.11 in the 5000m.
Andy Buchanan returned to the podium at the Cruden Farm 12km Cross Country, with Liam Cashin in second and Lachlan Herd third. Bendigo was the winning team, ahead of Box Hill and Western Athletics.
Stella Radford was first woman across, ahead of Box Hill teammate Victoria Skaltsonis and Saskia Lloyd, with Saint Stephens Harriers the top team over Box Hill and Glenhuntly.
AthsVic Results Hub
Ed Goddard won the 10km NSW State Cross Country Champs over in Nowra, ahead of Bankstown pair Hamish Longworth and Harrison McGill, with Sydney University the winning team.
Aynslee Van Graan was crowned NSW champion over Run Crew teammates Katie St Lawrence and Niamh Allen, Run Crew also winning the team championship.
Ed Goddard backs up after Nowra to win the Mini Mosman 10K while Alex Barnes was the winning woman.
Mini Mosman Results
Peter Bol made his emphatic return to the track running a season opener of 1:45.81 in Nancy, France Results
Joseph Deng made a return to form, running 1:44.48 in to place second in Strasbourg, France. Results
Gerda Steyn and Tete Dijana both set Down Course Records in the Comrades Marathon, running nearly 89km from Pietermaritzburg to Durban, South Africa. Wayne Spies was the top Australian and 50+ Age Category record in 5:42:01
Listener Question of the week asks for the boy’s favourite marathon taper sessions, then Moose on the Loose calls out a national sporting body selling out its credibility.