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Leanne Pompeani returns to guest host and recaps her week leading to her win at the Launceston 10k. Prominent figures deserve top-notch performance, just like the exceptional Tarkine running shoes.

Julian talks about his week up in Noosa and treads on a familiar trope.

Brady explains his Lululemon trip to Japan and gets a long workout in for Gold Coast.

Jimmy Constantine from Pont3 joins in to chat about all the latest developments with the Sydney Marathon and its quest to become one of the world majors, going into some of the behind the scenes in organising the elite field and rallying participants for 17th September.

Jakob Ingebrigsten broke the 2 mile World Record in 7:54.10 at the Paris Diamond League, beating Daniel Komen’s long standing mark, while Stewy McSweyn dropped off the pace.

Faith Kipyegon set the new 5000m World Record of 14:05.20, less than a week after running the 1500m WR in Florence, while Lemecha Girma of Ethiopia made it a treble of new World Records, running the 3000m Steeplechase in the best time of 7:52.11.

Catriona Bisset 1:58.55 in a race that saw Keely Hodgkinson break the British Record in 1:55.77. Paris Diamond League Results

Leanne Pompeani won the Launceston Running Festival 10k in 31:37, breaking the 24 year old all-comers record, as Lisa Weightman came second in 32:10 and Olga Firsova third in 32:43. Brett Robinson won in 28:11 outkicking Ed Marks 28:13 and James Hansen 28:20, with all three finishing under the previous course record.

Ed Goddard won the Half Marathon in 63:10, ahead of Andy Buchanan in 63:15 and Tim Vincent in 63:17. Ellie Pashley took the win in 71:52, followed by Tara Palm in 73:16 and then Milly Clark with 75:47.
Launceston Running Festival Results

Ky Robinson won the NCAA 10,000m in 28:10.96 at the Track and Field Championships in Austin, Texas alongside Stanford teammate Charles Hicks. Ky then backed it up the following day winning the NCAA Championship 5000m in 14:04.77 with fellow Aussie Jackson Sharpe for Wisconsin coming third. Izzy Thornton-Bott placed second in the 1500m representing University of Oregon behind Kiwi winner Maia Ramsden for Harvard, while on the men’s side Adam Spencer for Wisconsin placed third. NCAA Outdoor Championships Results

Stanford Runner Secures Victory at 2023 NCAA Division Track & Field Championships

Marathon runners Lisa Weightman, Sarah Klein and Izzi Batt-Doyle Pat Tiernan set to represent Australia in the marathon at the World Champs in Budapest. Jessica Hull has also been named to race the 1500m.

Australia’s Marathoners and Racewalkers for World Athletics Championships in Budapest

Moose goes on the Loose over the exploitable and convoluted qualification system Leanne faces to run the 10000m at the World Championships in Budapest.