Brad has a successful return to racing, placing 4th at XC NSW State Championship leading to some intense banter and comparisons between Bundoora and Nowra.

Julian works through the stresses of work the body and mind.
Brady gets into the clay at Anglesea Ekiden Relays.

Anglesea Ekiden Relays saw the Men of St Stephens Harriers and Women’s team of Athletics Essendon take out their respective premier divisions.


Ben Buckingham posts Steeplechase Personal best and 13th best all time at the Sollentuna track meet in Sweden.

Luke Mathews narrowly misses a World Qualifier by the barest of margins in France

NSW XC Championships held at Nowra over 10km taken out by Jenny Blundell & Ed Goddard
NSW Athletics Report


Morgan McDonald & Jess Hull turn professional signing with totalsportsus


Listener questions ask about how much heat affects a marathon perceived effort, whose responsibility is it to marshal the course, pushing through recreational ranks to better running – smarter training and when we can expect Brad, Brady and Julian to go head to head.

Moose on the Loose echoes the sentiment of athletes putting their family through the heavy costs of spectating the Olympics.


The boys give a preview of the Gold Coast Marathon’s elite men with the women’s field on next week.


This week’s guest is Eloise Wellings who joins Brad in the first of a two-part interview about both her career in running and philanthropy, starting with the influence her family on her budding running passion. Eloise looks back at her formative junior years, dealing with injuries and mental battles, discussing what the right amount of mileage for a young age is and influences within the sport. She talks about dealing with first stress fracture ahead of Sydney Olympics and the importance of strength training as well as the drive to keep persisting with the dream of making the Olympic stage.