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Brad gets and joins some mates for a 36km long run.

Julian’s out of St Moritz and heads to Italy for the Australian team camp.

Brady’s still on baby watch and rolls out a sub-15 minute parkrun Echuca Moama.

The Tan Relays won by a Lisa Weightman-lead MUAC as she tunes up ahead of Chicago Marathon, with Collingwood Harriers winning the Women’s Premier title. St Stephens win both the Tan Relays and the Men’s Premier Title.

Ash Watson goes back to back in the Surf Coast Century, breaking his own course record. Sarah Ludowici wins the Women’s title. Results.

Listener question asks about how to determine the optimum pace for a marathon, while Moose on the Loose goes hard on running on concrete.

Susan Krumins, a Dutch track athlete in the 1500m, 5K and 10K chats with Julian ahead of the Doha World Championships about her starting out in gymnastics and circus tricks, before going onto athletics as a junior and why European Athletic Championships are such a big deal. Susan talks about being a professional athlete and investing in yourself before looking back at her days running for Florida State University and then changing training methods under Nic Bideau, how she’s dealt with injuries and getting lapped in the Olympic 10K before finding redemption in the 5K. She explains how the ‘Dying Swan’ got her silver in the 2018 European Championship 10000m in Berlin, her relationship with her sponsors and supporters and shares her aspirations for the future.

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