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Brad gets his Dragonflys in the mail and another solid week of training under his belt.
Julian gets locked out of an ideal training spot and then goes into lockdown again.
Brady’s fishing pays off as he gets his watch replaced as his training partners are locked out.
At the Victorian 5000m Championships, Ellie Pashley commanded the race from start to finish running 16:03.75 solo on a humid night. It was a thriller in the Men’s race, with Queenslander Tim Vincent breaking from Tom Thorpe and Michael Roeger from South Australia to take out line honours in 14:07.03.
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Lauren Ryan wins the Victorian Mile Championship over Sarah Billings and Georgia Hansen, while in the Men’s Race it was Matthew Hussey over Lachlan Herd, Alex Gruen. In the John Higham 800m Races the wins were taken by Adam Pyke and Tess Kirsopp-Cole. 800m Results Mile Results
ACT Champs features Keeley Small taking out the 800m over Catriona Bisset and Britney Kaan. ACT Athletics Report
Callum Davies takes out the QLD 3000m Championships
QLD Athletics Results
Oli Hoare breaks the Indoor 1500m National Record in 3:32.35 at the New Balance Grand Prix, New York.
Charlie Hunter breaks his own Indoor Mile record just two weeks after his last one,this time 3:53.4, then goes on to seta Indoor 800m National Record of 1:45.59.
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Morgan McDonald at the New Balance Grand Prix sets the Australian Record for the Indoor 2 Mile in 8:14.92 Athletics Australia Round-Up
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Beatrice Chepkoech sets road 5K World Record of 14:43 in windy conditions in Monaco while Joshua Cheptegei defends his title.
Gudaf Tsegay from Ethiopia sets a new Indoor 1500m World Record in Lieven, France.
World Athletics Report
Listener Question of the week asks how to go about managing logistics for nutrition when you’re not an elite marathoner and Moose goes into the additions to the vinyl collection.
Rose Davies, winner of the 2020 Zatopek:10 7th fastest female over 10000m joins Brad to debrief her performance, mental approach to the race and form, training camps in Perisher and Bendigo and race execution and that winning kick home. She then talks about her next move from there before reviewing her personal bests and where her strengths lie and getting into her origin story.
Competing at national cross as a junior and experience with coaching, dealing with a hip injury as a teenager and how it affected her motivation before changing to Scott Westcott and the difference in culture, resparking her motivation and building her progression in mileage and volume. As important was changing her mental approach to racing, gaining confidence and maturity when fronting to the line typical training week and injury current durability.
Rose mentions getting interest from US Colleges and choosing to train in Newcastle and goes into her life outside of running and how much impact a night out has on training, rounding out with her favourite training session, sponsorship with New Balance, current studying and plans for the year ahead.