This week we celebrate the Inside Running 1 Year Anniversary Show, sponsored by Saucony.

Brad’s body woes continue with his back joining his calf.

Julian recaps Burnie 10 and how it came about, defends the conditions. His long run in the hills ends with him chasing whiskey.

Brady’s running on a busy schedule, but free from pressure.

Nic Harman and Matt Ramsden lead an attempt on the WA 5000m state record, falling just short in the end.

Dave Criniti and Fiona Yates of NSW win the ABS Auckland Marathon, just weeks after Criniti ran the Chicago Marathon.

Australia’s David Criniti and Fiona Yates win the 2018 ASB Auckland Marathon

Australians Morgan McDonald & Oliver Hoare take out first and second respectively, representing Wisconsin at the Big 10 Cross Country Title

Last week’s guest Jess Pascoe wins the SEC Cross Country meet

Abraham Kiptum of Kenya sets new Half Marathon World Record of 58:18 at Valencia.

Kenya’s Abraham Kiptum sets a new half marathon world record of 58:18

Julian reviews the new Saucony Triumph ISO 5, going over the changes and improvements made and some lucky patrons win some new pairs.

Listener Neil asks about the difference between single vs double training days and the boys gives an explanation of when and how they are applied.

Moose On The Loose gives insight on why footy culture hasn’t crossed over into the world of running.

Giveaways from Jaybird Headphones, Nike Vision and CEP Compression. Julian will provide more details for Run For A Cause Ballarat, held on November 18 in future episodes.

Marty Dent makes an appearance in Brady’s kitchen to take an in-depth retrospective on his storied career that features representing Australia in 3 Commonwealth Games, 2 World Champs and 2012 London Olympics in the Steeplechase & Marathon, all the while balancing training with a full-time work and raising a young family.

Starting from his days as a training and introduction to structured training and then on to his Fukuoka marathon, before his victory at Canberra Marathon lead to Chicago and then settling into a consistent routine of Commonwealth Games and major city marathons, including running steeplechase at Melbourne 2006, and the Marathon in Delhi 2010. Marty moves to his campaign for the London Olympics that started with a stress fracture before setting his personal best at his third Fukuoka Marathon, recounting his Olympic experience and then talks about diving into the deep end of trail & ultra running on the way to the World Champs at Moscow, then retiring at the end of Glasgow Commonwealth Games.