055: Doug Wilson

Brad’s still silent on the Strava front while still working through tightness and sessions while getting treatment.

Julian takes on the infamous Deeks Quarters before playing race director for the Ballarat Run For A Cause.

Brady tries Moose Fartlek™ before winning the Run For A Cause 10k. Julian gives behind the scenes and has a proud moment in his reflection.

Morgan McDonald for the University of Wisconsin takes out the NCAA XC Championship in the snow. Jessica Hull comes 3rd in the women’s race while previous guest Jess Pascoe places 32nd. Athletics Australia Report

Ben St Lawrence wins the Point to Pinnacle in Hobart setting the Course Record. Meriem Daou defends her women’s title. Point To Pinnacle Results

Liam Adams takes second place out in Kobe Marathon.

VIC 5000m Champs won by Harry Summers & Caitlin Adams – Results

QLD 5000m Champs won by Louis McAfee & Nikita Moore – Results

Commonwealth Games 5k and 10k gold medallist Joshua Cheptegei sets 15k World Record

Joshua Cheptegei sets new 15km World Record – 41.05

Listener Grant asks the best way to build mileage from scratch and Moose is on the Loose on training groups lacking proper track etiquette. Run4ACause Beginner program

The guest this week is Doug Wilson who chats with Brady about how he got into running, while living an ‘intense’ lifestyle. Doug recalls some of the marathons he achieved before discovering brain tumor that ultimately changed the direction of his life. He reflects on his post-surgery recovery and the path that lead to immersing himself in kundalini yoga. From there Doug talks about taking on the challenge of running 7 marathons in 7 continents in 7 days and his recent marathon PBs including the win at Shepparton marathon all the while improving his health. You can find out more about Doug and his book at kundalinirunning.com