Brad nears closer to his 100-day running streak despite the crowded locales.

Julian road tests the Alphaflys before his back tightens up.

Brady in a role-reversal manages his Achilles while getting mixed reactions being out training.

World Athletics suspends qualification period for Olympics in line with the postponement.

Tokyo Olympic qualification period suspended until 1 December 2020


Matt Ramsden sets the fastest known time around Lake Monger, Perth in 9:25.


Listener Questions of the week ask about what could happen on the first running event back and thoughts on massage therapy guns, before Moose on the Loose lets rip on people flexing on their elapsed times on Strava.

Scott Nicholas updates us on who the Winners from Round 2 of the Australian Distance Running All-Time Performances and we move onto Round 3.

Benita Willis wins the World Cross Country Championship in Brussels 2004
Judy Amoore runs under 2 minutes for 800m in the 1976 Montreal Olympics

Susie Power’s still standing 2001 City2Surf course record
Tony Benson’s 5000m in Stockholm 1971 against a stacked field

Albie Thomas sets the 3 mile World Record in Dublin, 1958
Heather Turland wins a humid 1998 Commonwealth Games Marathon Malaysia

Jim Bailey becomes the 2nd Australian to run a sub-4 minute mile in Los Angeles
Joseph Deng breaks Ralph Doubell’s long standing 800m Australian Record in Monaco 2018

Dave Power’s double Gold Medals in the 6 mile and Marathon in the 1958 Cardiff Empire Games
Linden Hall sets the 1500m National Record of 4:00.86 at Hayward Field.

Simon Doyle clocks a 3:49.91 Mile in Oslo in 1991
Sinead Diver’s 2018 Melbourne Marathon victory of 2:25:19

Collis Birmingham places 8th in the 2013 World Cross Championship Bydgoszcz, Poland
Brad Camp wins the 1989 Gold Coast Marathon in 2:10:11

Steve Moneghetti’s 1st place in the 1992 Berlin Marathon in 2:08
Mike Hillardt’s 1500m victory at the 1985 World Indoors


The legendary Steve Jones chats with Sophie Ryan to talk about how a young, wild boy running around in the hills of Wales became one of the most prolific names in the history of modern running.

Throughout Steve shares how instrumental his time in the Royal Air Force was in getting into running, from a day trip out to Barry Island during his cadet days to making the Air Force Cross Country team under the guidance of mentor Bob Wallace.

Cross country was another major factor of Steve’s career, charting his steady progression of success at the World Cross Country Championships throughout the years along with going from middle distance racing in 6 nations competition and Edmonton Commonwealth Games to the big city marathons that he’s best known for while racing without over-racing.

The first half of this conversation wraps up with almost running the Commonwealth Games marathon against rival Rob De Castella and how he came to starting in the 1983 Chicago Marathon.