Julian shares his love for Riley Wolff’s photography and has Mona pace his marathon workout.

Brad bounces back on Strava, and works his fitness back up despite the humid weather.

Brady hits the hilly circuits and a bucks party in Brisbane.

Jack Rayner, Sinead Diver, Lisa Weightman and Brett Robinson feature in the 2019 London Marathon Elite Fields.

Men’s Elite Field

Women’s Elite Field

Pat Tiernan runs a PB of 61:22 in the Houston Half Marathon. Ultramarathoner & Western States record holder Jim Walmsley runs 64:00 to rattle heads for an Olympic Trials Qualifier. Emily Sisson runs 67:30, narrowly missing Molly Huddle’s National half marathon record


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Overnight, in brisk conditions (0 degrees Celsius), Patrick Tiernan has clocked 61:22 minutes in the Houston Half Marathon – making him the 8th fastest Aussie ever. He placed sixth in the race in what was a 2:31 minute PB. In 2017 Patrick placed an astonishing 13th in the world cross country, it was the second highest placing by an Aussie male for 25 years. The XC performance set him up for an amazing year where he ran PBs of 3000m 7:37.76 (#3 Aussie all-time), 5000m 13:13.44 (#4 Aussie) and 10,000m 27:29.81 (#3 Aussie). He was then selected in the 10,000m at the Commonwealth Games. He will not start in the World XC trials this week, but has made himself available for selection in the Australian team. ?Michele Walker for AA #HoustonHalf Australian All-Time list Half Marathon men 60:02 Darren Wilson V 1997 60:06 Steve Moneghetti V 1993 60:56 Collis Birmingham V 2013 61:00 Lee Troop V 1999 61:01 Jack Rayner V 2018 61:11 Pat Carroll Q 1994 61:18 Rob de Castella V 1982 61:22 Patrick Tiernan Q 2019 61:25 Shawn Forrest V 2011 61:27 Michael Shelley Q 2012

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The field for the Australia World Cross Country Trial is announced and the boys make their predictions.

Athletics Australia preview

Ultrarunner and Two Bays 56km winner Steph Auston asks about alternatives to the conventional 7 day training cycle, before Moose explores the statistical definition of a “hilly” marathon.

Brady chats with Echuca local and runner from 1500m to the marathon, Malcolm Norwood about the scale of athletics, running the Great North Run and 2:12 at Twins City Marathon. Mal talks about the training for the marathon through conditioning on the hills of Ferntree Gully and his strict instructions on how to race it.

Malcolm talks about representing Australia at World Cross in Auckland, and finding the rhythm at Bundoora.

Malcolm takes it back to the beginnings at schoolyard rivalries in Albury, starting at sprints and winning the 800m, and how his love of running helped channel his hyperactivity. The first half of this interview concludes with how he joined Nike in the early 80s through Raylene Boyle and heading to AIS under pressure, not knowing who Pat Clohessy was and setting the record for the longest suspension at the AIS.

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