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Brad takes out 3rd in Sydney:10 in a hot field and there’s an added bonus to the podium placing. Emily Brichacek takes out the women’s race, while Ben St Lawrence made a surprise appearance to take out the event. He gives a blow by blow account of the week leading in and the race itself.

Brady moves sessions around before having a fun morning at Echuca parkrun’s birthday and then a tough day in the office for the 8km St Anne’s Winery cross country race.

Julian’s on the mend with his plantar issues and let’s loose about consulting internet doctors instead of seeing qualified specialists.

Rio Olympic 1500m Gold Medallist Asbel Kiprop tests positive to EPO, leading to the prospect of cascading consequences.

Three-time World 1500m champion Asbel Kiprop denies using banned substances

Galen Rupp wins the Prague Marathon in 2:06, in perfect conditions in stark difference to the Boston Marathon weeks earlier.

Controversy around Nail Can Hill Run with Olympic & Comm Games Steeplechaser Victoria Mitchell’s race record victory, around by the rules surrounding prize money and gender inequality.

This week, 2 listeners both ask shoe related questions before the Moose is Confused?…over the racing logic of a previous guest at the Payton Jordan Invitational track meet.

Stay tuned for future episodes as we drop details on the Inside Running Live Nike Pegasus 35 Launch event @ InExterior Cafe Ballarat, June 3rd. Featuring multiple national representative, Nike athlete and Ballarat stalwart Collis Birmingham

This week’s guest is with Kate Smyth, Commonwealth Games & Olympic marathoner who chats with Julian about her post-professional running career in naturopathy, and looking back at her origins running her first marathon training with a social group. Kate details
the inspiration watching the Sydney Olympic Marathon that lead to representing Australia in the 2006 Commonwealth Games Marathon in Melbourne, and then how her style of racing lead to setting her lifetime personal best of 2:28 at the Nagano Marathon. She then
talks about her work with Athlete Sanctuary, what her dreams in running still are and advice on the training that works best.

Find out more about Athlete Sanctuary