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Ellie Pashley fills in for Brad has his heart procedure, catching us up on her race at Sunshine Coast Half and plans for the future.

Julian tries to balance moving house along with marathon workouts.

Brady has a tough race at the Myrniong Ekiden Relays

The XCR23 Ekiden Relay was held at St Anne’s Winery, Myrniong and the Men’s Premier Division was won by Bendigo Region ahead of Western Athletics and Glenhuntly. The Women’s Premier Division was won by Glenhuntly ahead of St Stephens Harriers and South Melbourne. AthsVic Results Hub

As of the conclusion of Day 2 of the World Athletics Championships in Budapest, Hungary Jessica Hull has advanced to the 1500m Final. Linden Hall and Abbey Caldwell reached the semi finals with Abbey running a personal best of 3:59.79.

Adam Spencer and Matt Ramsden both made it to the Semi Finals, with Matt getting tangled up in his heat while Stewart McSweyn was unable to place out of the Heats stage.

Joshua Cheptegei won his third consecutive 10000m World Championship in a time of 27:51.42 to just hold off Daniel Ebenyo of Kenya and Selemon Barega of Ethiopia. Sifan Hassan brought drama to the 10000m final, stumbling in the final straight as Ethiopian swept the podium with Gudaf Tsegay winning in 31:27.18 ahead of teammates Letesenbet Gidey and Ejgayehu Taye.

Matt Clarke ran 8:40.92 for 12th place in his heat of the 3000m Steeplechase.
World Athletics Championships Timetable & Results

The team then give their preview of the National Cross Country Championships next weekend making their predictions to win the title.

Listener Question of the week asks how far out should you practise fueling for your goal marathon race, Moose goes on the Loose on creating anti-hero narratives for yourself.