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Brad makes his triumphant return to the track, taking out a 3000m over Em Brichacek.

Julian wins the 10K River Run in Geelong at the end of a long run and gets his IRP singlet back.

Brady almost Lopez Lomong’s his hour long fartlek and gets comfortable in a 34km efforts.

US Olympic Marathon Trials was full of suspense, Galen Rupp taking out the Men’s race selected with Jacob Riley coached by Lee Troop and Abdi Abdirahman in his 5th team.
On the womens Aliphine Tuliamuk and Molly Siedel break away to secure their spots on the Olympic team along with Sally Kipyego.

Seth James Demoor’s Atlanta Marathon Trials

Tokyo Marathon featuring Suguru Osako lowering his own Japanese National Record 2:05:29, cashing in on the Project Exceed initiative. The race was won by Birhanu Legese, with crazy depth on display. On the women’s side Lonah Chemtai Salpeter set both an Israeli National Record and Tokyo Course Record. Results

Liam Adams reclaims Australian parkrun record at Maribyrnong 14:13 ahead of Lake Biwa Marathon on March 8th. Maribyrnong parkrun results

Kenenisa Bekele wins the Big Half in London in emphatic style ahead of the London Marathon in April. BBC Report

Listener question of the week asks what the highest paid race in Australia while Moose on the Loose wonders aloud whether Jim Walmsley under-performed on US Olympic Trials.