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Brad finally puts the brakes on his easy runs and puts in his best week of the year.

Julian wonders whether Moneghetti could rally the Ballarat faithful – if he’s not busy winning Nail Can Hill.

Brady runs 5th leg in the opener of the Cross Country season at Jells Park.

Ryan Gregson runs 3:35 in the Doha Diamond League 1500m securing his Worlds Athletics Qualifier.

Gregson hits back, secures Doha qualifying time

Eliud Kipchoge announced in INEOS 1:59 Challenge for another attempt to break the 2-hour marathon barrier, creating some confusion around his commitment to Berlin Marathon.

Eliud Kipchoge to attempt the sub two-hour marathon again

Ellie Pashley sets a 10,000m personal best of 31:43 at Payton Jordan Invitational and qualifies for World Championship Athletics in Doha later in the year, as does Jordan Gusman in the 5000m in a personal best of13:21. Episode guest Harry Summers also sets a personal best in the 10,000m in 27:57, while Max Stevens of Team Tempo clocks 8:29.48 in the Steeplechase.

Women’s 10000m
Men’s 10000m Men’s 5000m
Men’s Steeplechase

Launceston 10k cancelled amid lack of sponsorship and funding support. Tasmanian Running Festival Postponing Statement

Ultrarunner Jim Walmsley sets the 50 Mile world record during the 100k attempt around the Hoka One One Project Carbon X Launch. Lets Run Write Up

Listener Lesto asks why the different Nike elite kits aren’t available to the masses, opening the possibility for a great marketing opportunity.

Moose on the Loose implores the importance of researching the nuances of the Caster Semenya ruling before voicing their opinion.

Recorded just a few weeks prior, Harry Summers chats with Brady in Melbourne about his experience in the World Cross Country Championships in Aarhus, Denmark both on the course and through the camp, then following it up with his win in the 2019 Run For The Kids and how the win helped him on his way to Payton Jordan Invitational this week.

They take a look back at the highlights of Harry’s running career including the Junior World Cross Country Championship in Jordan, World Half Marathon Championships in Bulgaria and setting the Box Hill Athletic Club 3000m record while alternating between the Nike 4 %s and Vibram Five Fingers. He also talks about the response from the article with Jarryd Clifford chronicling his life in elite running and opening up with his mental issues and the impact of running as a lifestyle. He closes with who he rates in the Australian running scene and what’s coming up in the year ahead.

Harry Summers: I was on a path to destruction

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