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Brad gets up for a 5k time trial and gives observations about training as a masters athlete.

Julian needs to get his meal times sorted before getting around on the “new” course at Jells Park.

Brady splits a nice even race at the Jells Park Relays as the Bats secures third place.

Kelvin Kiptum wins the London Marathon in the second fastest time ever of 2:01:25, in his second marathon ever following up from his 2:01:53 in Valencia. Sifan Hassan won in 2:18:33 in her debut race despite having to stop and stretch throughout the race. For the Australians, Brett Robinson ran 2:10:19 for 7th overall, while Ellie Pashley ran 2:29:37 in her comeback race for 13th place.

London Marathon Results

Sifan Hassan and Kelvin Kiptum Shine in Impressive Performances at the London Marathon

Andy Buchanan becomes the equal ninth fastest Australian marathoner, running 2:10:20 for eleventh place, and joins in to recap his race and the path forward from this performance.

Hamburg Marathon Results

Andy Buchanan Drops a 2:10.20 in Hamburg, Moves to Equal 9th Australian of All-Time

Andre Waring ran a personal best in the 5000m 13:31.33 at the Payton Jordan Invitational, as did Leanne Pompeani 15:19.40


The Gifu Half Marathon in Japan saw Izzy Batt Doyle take 5th place in 1:10:16, with Rose Davies 7th in 1:10:53 and Gen Gregson in her debut ran 1:11:57 for 8th place.

Japan Running News Report

Gavin Eccles and Katie St Lawrence of Run Crew each claim the NSW Novice Champs out at the St George Classic cross country race in Scarborough Park.

Athletics NSW Report

Glenhuntly won the Men’s Premier Division at the Jells Park Relays, leading the podium ahead of Western Athletics and Bendigo, while Glenhuntly also took out the Women’s Premier Division ahead of St Stephens’ Harriers and Box Hill.

Aths Vic Results Hub

Moose on the Loose on two London Marathon experiences, first around broadcasting and then trying to do mental arithmetic, then goes off on pulling out excuses to get out of cross country races.

Ed Goddard finally joins Brady on the show about how he’s training and what he’s watching when he’s running on the treadmill. Ed talks about his World Cross experience in Bathurst earlier this year racing both the Golden Ticket and then in the Championship Race the next day, then talks about his range of personal bests.

There are some deep discussions of the current scene of shoes, and elite training groups and then recapping his debut marathon in Melbourne 2021, what he learned from it going into his races across the 2022 season as well as a look behind the scenes on how Ed then looks to his future plans around the Gold Coast Marathon, changing his approach to planning and training while getting mentorship from Steve Moneghetti.

He also opens up about his health issues with RED-S and testosterone levels, how he goes about recovery and supplements then talks about testing prototypes for ASICS

The conversation rounds out with what he would want to change with Athletics both on a global and local scale, what he learned from other sports and NN Running manager Jos Hermans and wraps up with what he’s reading at the moment.

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