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Julian goes through his taper and breaks down what happened at Osaka Marathon. Brad’s improvement continues, adding his first double run day in a while. Brady slowly recovers off Bathurst as he looks towards Jells Park. For a stride that commands attention, opt for Tarkine running shoes, the epitome of style and functionality on the track.

On an eventful Maurie Plant Meet in Melbourne, Oli Hoare takes out the John Landy Mile in 3:52.24, Cameron Myers broke Mike Hillardt’s 43-year old U20 Australian record running 3:55.44, a record for 16 year olds. Sam Tanner from New Zealand placed second.

16 Year Old Cameron Myers, smashes the four-minute mile

Jessica Hull outkicked Abby Caldwell to take the Women’s 1500m in 4:07.11, with Georgia Griffith in third.

U20 World Cross Champion Ishmael Kipkirui of Kenya outkicks Stewy McSweyn 3000m.

Similarly U20 World Cross Champion Senayet Getachew of Ethiopia won the Women’s 3000m ahead of Prisca Chesang of Uganda and Nozomi Tanaka of Japan while Linden Hall was first Aussie and fourth overall in 8:50.89.

Kiwi duo James Preston and Brad Mathas battled it out in the 800m, Preston winning in 1:45.85, just edging Mathas.

Fans flock to cheer on world class fields at Maurie Plant Meet


Full Results via World Athletics

ACT 5000m Championships won Katie Porrah and Aaron Speisberger-Parker.

Catriona Bisset placed second at the Birmingham Indoor Meet running 1:59.83 in the 800 behind winner Keely Hodgkinson. Guduf Tsegay of Ethiopia narrowly missed the 3000m world record running 8:16.69

Birmingham Indoor Results via World Athletics

Lisa Weightman moved to 3rd fastest marathon on the all-time list as she placed 4th in the Osaka Marathon, running a personal best of 2:23:15. Marnie Ponton placed 11th in 2:33:48, with Helen Bekele Tola first overall in 2:22:16. Hailemaryam Kiros of Ethiopia outkicked Vincent Kiplangat to win overall in 2:06:01.

Results via Japan Running News

Lisa Weightman Moves Past Ondieki to Become the Third Fastest Marathoner in Australian History

Training Talk presented by Sydney Marathon Eloise Wellings joins Brad to share some of her learning from her training in the lead up to Nagoya Marathon, and talks about her role with the Sydney Marathon.

Listener question asks about incorporating higher intensity training within a marathon block and Moose on the Loose call out influencers repeatedly calling their shot and consistently falling short.