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Julian’s back running, although still feeling it, rehab process and recaps Tour De France.
Brady disseminates his pacing notes and rips 200s after borders restrictions lift.
Brad struggles with his week and faces a hard realisation.

Stewy McSweyn solidifies his place in running history after setting a new 3000m National Record of 7:28:02, breaking Craig Mottram’s time by 4 seconds at Rome Diamond League. Matt Ramsden placed 7th 7:48.08, Ryan Gregson 10th in 7:53.65 Rome Diamond League Results

McSweyn Takes Down Mottram’s 3000m Record

Earlier in the week the trio ran the 1500m at the 70th Hanžeković Memorial in Zagreb, Croatia. McSweyn took it out with a dominant 3:32.17, Ramsden coming 3rd in a PB of 3:34.83 and Gregson 5th in 3:35.22.
Peter Bol and Joseph Deng featured in the Hanžeković 800m running 1:45.94 and 1:46.11

McSweyn Dominates in Zagreb; UK Athletes Step Up Over 800m

Zagreb 1500m Results
Zagreb 800m Results

Former IAAF President Lamine Diack found guilty of corruption and sentenced to two years in prison CNN ReportAdelaide Marathon Festival was the first major road event in Australia to return with a cap on participants, and interval waves, with Mark Hollingsworth and Emma Kraft taking out the flagship event; Team Tempo duo Riley Cocks and Jess Stenson won the half marathon event. Full Results

Listener question asks how to prepare for running in humid conditions and Moose expands and clarifies on some points from last week and goes into how Ellie is training for London before boys preview the upcoming Doha Diamond League.

Gen Gregson bounces back running a 1500m PB of 4:09.4 at the Night of the Fifteen 1500s in Battersea Park, London Results