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Brady faces adverse conditions that could be a likely race scenario on his workout. Brad heals up and gets through a comfortable week away from Mulligan’s. Julian struggles alongside Watto in Anglesea and roasts Josh Lunn’s Instagram. Elevate your running game with Tarkine Trail Devil, where every step is a testament to exceptional performance and unmatched comfort.

Izzy Batt-Doyle & Matt Clarke claim victories at SA State 5000m Championships, Matt running 13:40 ahead of Team Tempo teammates Isaac Heyne and Max Stevens.  Izzy 15:41 ahead of Caitlin Adams and Jessica Stenson. Results


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Vic Milers Club had Abby Caldwell take out victories in both the 800m & 3000m in an impressive double running 2:07.38 & 9:39.37 in each respective event Adam Pyke 1:52.57 won the men’s 800m while Andre Waring won the men’s 3000m 8:04.17 Athletics  Victoria Results Hub

Tom Do Canto took out the NSW 10000m Championships in the lead up to the Melbourne Marathon, winning clear with a time of 29:09.71. Aynslee Van Graan won the Women’s title in 34:29.11. Race Report via Athletics NSW Results

Listener Question from Jo asks about reaching max heart rate in training then Crokes gets loose on Shelby Houlihan’s appeal before Moose gets into more baby gadgets.

The latest drop of IRP singlets has arrived in time for the Melbourne Marathon which you can pick up via the IRP Shopify Store with express delivery options available.  

Stay tuned to the Melbourne Marathon social media accounts where the boys will be hosting a pre-event livestream on 5pm Sunday 5th December to preview the, plus tease details for the upcoming new bonus show.

Steph Gaskell and Alan McCubbin return to the podcast to chat with Julian about their own podcast The Long Munch about the range of interesting topics they’ve covered over the past year.

With the Melbourne Marathon now two weeks out, Steph & Alan answer listener questions with nutrition, eating habits and timing the carb-load before the race, then managing hydration and carb intake during the run while factoring in ability and intensity, as well as post-race nutrition then wrapping up with their advice for the Melbourne Marathon.

You can listen to more of Steph & Alan on The Long Munch, available on most major platforms, where they’ve recently chatted with Andy Jones who was involved with handling the nutrition for the Breaking2 event in 2017.