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Brad re-joins the panel and gets ready to launch the Mulligans Flat Track Club.
Julian confuses Bendigo with Ballarat and takes IRP bragging rights in the 5K Frenzy.
Brady takes a quick dip down to Ocean Grove before hosting the 5K Frenzy at Bendigo.
Bendigo 5K Frenzy featuring own Brady and Moose going head to head in the Men’s A race as well as guest Andy Buchanan setting the track record for 5000m in 14:21. Previous host Ellie Pashley won the Women’s A in 16:08
Jarryd Clifford breaks his own ambulant-para athlete 1500m world record at Vic Milers Club in a dominant display of 3:44.36 while Georgia Hansen of MUAC took out the Women’s A Race.
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Athletics Australia to possibly host a marathon time trial in Sydney slated for April 2021, more details to come.
The team preview the field for the National 10000m Championship at Zatopek:10 2021
Listener Question asks why the boys don’t take their talents onto the trail racing scene.
Straight off his win at Bendigo, Andy Buchanan chats with Brady through his career of personal bests from the 1500m all the way up to the memorable Half Marathon victory in Tokyo that earned his selection for the Half Marathon World Championships in Gdynia, as well as what an Australian singlet meant to him and his plans for 2020, then how he reacted when they all changed over the course of the pandemic.
Andy gives an overview for his plans for the years ahead, including world cross and getting into the marathon before going into stories about how his parents were huge influence on his life, growing up with running and Brady, staying with running and meeting coach Scott Westcott. Andy then shares how he trains and structures his weeks and shares the satisfaction that comes from teaching and training young kids and what he would change at World Athletics to make it more accessible for the public.