Brad’s recovery takes a step back and the boys try to sort it out once and for all.

Julian’s searching for the flats for the sake of his hips, with an update on Ellie Pashley.
Brady’s patience pays off, getting back into a regular training week.

The World Cross Country Championship was held on a tough course in Aarhus, Denmark and victory was taken out by Joshua Cheptegi of Uganda and Hellen Obiri of Kenya. The Men’s team featured Brett Robinson coming in at 30th, a surprise performance from Matt Ramsden in 39th, while Melissa Duncan came 26th in women’s race. The Australian Men’s team placed 8th while the Women’s team placed 5th.

Cheptegei & Obiri win World Cross & Aussie Recap

Brett Robinson calls in for an exclusive interview to recap his race, what the feeling around the team was in the lead up and he’s tracking into the London Marathon in 4 weeks time.

Australia’s newest distance running power couple Ben take out the inaugural Australia RunWest despite some hiccups. Official Report

Jessica Hull takes out the 5000m Stanford Invitational Oregon Ducks Report

Moose On The Loose handles the tricky topic on athletes lying about their age.

Alan McCubbin PhD at Monash University and previous guest returns to shed some light on the latest in Maurten’s patented hydrogel, explaining how it works and the history of the hydrogel before going into detailing a gastrointestinal study conducted to better understand the application of hydrogels in long endurance exercise and whether or not it lives up to the marketing hype.

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