This weeks episode is sponsored by the HOKA Runaway Sydney Half Marathon 

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Brad continues to be non-committal about racing. Julian begins the taper process for the Osaka Marathon. Brady does it the hard way at the Bendigo 5K Frenzy. Victorious runs are possible if you have the best shoes, check out Tarkine Goshawk V2 running shoes.

Adelaide Invitational Ellie Sanford 2:01.18 just edging Georgia Griffith in the Women’s 800m, while Lachlan Cornelius won the men’s 1500m in 3:49.07

Brielle Erbacher 9:47.95 took out the 3000m Steeplechase while Ben Buckingham set a meet record of 8:25.80. Lachlan Raper just edged Riley McGown in 1:47.73 to win the 800m that featured Matt Centrowitz, while Jude Thomas lead an all-Queensland podium to win the 5000m in 13:48.

Adelaide Invitational Results

Adelaide Invitational Review – Browning and Anang Claim Early Bragging Rights

Earlier on the South Australia 3000m Championships were won by Adrian Potter and Tara Palm of the Adelaide Harriers.

Athletics SA Results

Matt Hussey wins third consecutive Victorian state Mile Championship 4:01 at the Vic Milers Club, while Piper Gay won her maiden Mile Championship. Mitchell Langborne and Rochelle Kennedy took out the John Higham 800m.

AthsVic Results Hub

Western Australia 5000m Championships won by Luke Graves & Charli-Rose Carly.

Athletics West Results

NSW 5000m Championships taken out by Connor Whitely in 14:16.44 and Holly Campbell in 16:00.51

Athletics NSW 5000m Champs Results

Oli Hoare placed third in Millrose Games Wanamaker Mile in New York City in 3:50.83, equalling the Australian National Mile Record. OAC teammate Yared Nuguse won the event.


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London Marathon announce 2023 Elite Fields, featuring Brett Robinson, Nick Earl, Mo Farah, Keninisa Bekele, Mosinet Geremew, and Valencia Marathon winner Kelvin Kiptum, while Elite Women’s Field to feature Sinead Diver, Ellie Pashley, Kiera D’Amato and making their debuts Sifan Hassan and Eilish McColgan.

Men’s Elite Field

Women’s Elite Field 

This week’s listener question asks the best time to arrive for an overseas marathon then there’s a Moose on the Loose of sorts over influencers misleading people on the “professional” status of their so-called “careers”.

Holly Campbell joins Brad to chat about being selected for the Cross Country World Championship team as she prepares to race this Saturday. Holly recaps her strategy going into the race and how it played out going against some of the biggest names on the running scene.

Holly talks about her background growing up with her twin sister Paige, overcoming multiple injuries and finding motivation from coach Jeremy Roff, then going into her typical training week. She talks about her performance goals for the World Cross Championships and her plans for the rest of the year, touching on her current personal bests and interests outside of running.