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Julian tests his threshold VO2 max, draws a dog smoking a cigarette and gets Blake Hose ready for Kepler.

Brad’s making progress with the calf. Brady’s getting hit by soccer balls on the grass track and plotting to take back some Strava segments.

In the New York City Marathon, Mary Keitany breaks away from a slow pack while Lelisa Desisa outkicks Shura Kitata at the final stretch winning their respective NYC crown. Australian Lisa Weightman runs strong negative splits for a time of 2:29.

Lelisa Desisa, Mary Keitany Win 2018 TCS New York City Marathon Titles

Moose on The Loose gets worked in the middle of the discussion on hypocrisy against the level of scrutiny aimed at Nike compared to other brands.

Jack Rayner keeps his winning streak alive, edging James Nippress and Jordy Williamsz Noosa Bolt, while Melissa Duncan goes back-to-back.

Rayner too good at Noosa. Weightman ticks off another sub-2:30 marathon in NYC

Jordy Williamsz also takes out the UQ 1500m Classic ahead of Matt Ramsden. Lillian Price wins the Women’s Open over Zoe Buckman. Results

Listener question gets the boys to play marathon selection committee for the Tokyo Olympics and then Julian talks about Run For a Cause Ballarat.

Jordy Williamsz caught up with Julian before the Burnie 10, talking about how his mother influenced getting into athletics and goes into the recruiting process into Villanova University. Jordy talks about his experiences in training and what some of his highlights were racing in the NCAA before turning professional, as well as how he’s supported as an athlete and some of the inner workings of the Melbourne Track Club. On the subject of training and racing, Jordy discusses competing against doping athletes before moving onto balancing life outside of running and plans for his post-athletics career. Julian closes with asking about what opportunities in road racing and what he remembers from the Coliban Ekiden.

Check this out -> The most tactical/delicious race in Penn Relays history! Villanova pull off the upset to win the 2015 Penn Relays 4xmile championship. Jordy runs the 4th leg. Aussies Sam McEntee run the 1st leg and then Pat Tiernan the 3rd to set it all up.

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