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Julian starts to rebuild momentum with a fartlek, and runs alongside Ellie. Brad’s feeling better with some workouts with some home gym exercises. Brady combines a workout with a win at a local fun run. There are many ultra-marathon footwear in the market today and one of the best is Tarkine shoes.

Andre Waring takes out the 14.5km Long Course at Run for the Kids, with Toby Menday and Liam Adams following on the podium. Gemma Maini won the women’s race ahead of Simone McGuinness and Virginia McCormick.

Run For The Kids Long Course Results

Matt Hussey takes another win at Vic Milers Club ahead of Ben Buckingham, running 3:44.96. Abby Caldwell set another 1500m meet record in 4:05.36 ahead of Claudia Hollingsworth who also dipped under the previous meet record. Tom Moorcroft and Shanie Landen each won the Open 800m A races.

AthsVic Results Hub


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Abbie Butler and Sam Clifford take out 1500m Tasmania State Championships.

Results via Athletics Tasmania

NYC Half Marathon, Jacob Kiplimo in 61:31 ahead of Joshua Cheptegei 62:09. Hellen Obiri

NYC Half Results

Kenya’s Hellen Obiri and Uganda’s Jacob Kiplimo Triumph at United Airlines NYC Half Marathon Debut

Yomif Kejelcha runs 12:50, 1-second shy of the Road 5K World Record in Lille, France.

Semi de Lille Results

Listener question of the week asks whether it’s possible to excel at both trails and roads, then Moose goes on the Loose on running coach influencers adding to the devolution of twitter, transitioning into a training talk on the importance of mileage.