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Tom Do Canto guest hosts to share how he pulled off a personal best at the Valencia Marathon as well as his preparation for the Osaka Marathon. Brad feels refreshed after some time on the coast. Brady tags in for his triathlon team’s yearly race around Echuca.

Conor Whitely from NSW took out the Vic Milers Club Men’s 1500m A race in 3:45.34 ahead of Jhye Hadfield and Thomas Moorcroft. Melissa Duncan won the Women’s 1500m A race in 4:24.35, with Jessica Smith and Lucy Cleveland on the podium.
South Australian pair Jack Atherton and Degras Amekata were first across in the Men’s 800m A with Mitchel Langborne in third, while Georgia Griffith in 2:06.53 ahead of Morgan Mitchell and Katrina Anderson. Aths Vic Results Hub

European Athletics Championships in Rome to offer performance bonuses, based on the World Athletics points system.

NSW Milers Club Laura Roff 1500m, Alex Talbot 3:53 1500, 800m Ivy Boothroyd 2:08.76, Ben Jagger 1:50.27. Athletics NSW Results

Jake Wightman to sit out of World Indoors Championships, committed to Maurie Plant Meet in Melbourne.

Becoming the 2nd fastest Brit of all-time over 1500, clocking 3:29 in Monaco (2020)

Andrea Seccaffien, formerly of Melbourne and Bowerman Track Clubs to make marathon debut in Tokyo while based in Melbourne.

Laura Muir to defend the Wanamaker Mile at the Millrose Games in New York along contenders Jessica Hull and Josette Andrews, Josh Kerr to attempt 2 mile world Record.

Boston Marathon Fields fully announced, the men’s elite field to be headlined by Evans Chebet making a tilt for a three peat, against 2023 runner-up Gabriel Geay and Valencia Marathon winner Sisay Lemma. The women’s elite field was previously announced with 2023 winner Helen Obiri to defend her title, alongside Americans Des Linden and Emma Bates.

Matt Ramsden took out the WA 5000m Champs in 13:59 as did Sian Munks in 17:02.
Results via World Athletics

The boys review Precision Fuel & Hydration, including their planner tool to calculate carbs and sodium required for the duration of a marathon based on sweat rate, the gels and drink mix products themselves, as well as discussing the progress made in the nutrition space over the years.

Listener Question of the week stays on theme asking the boys about their everyday nutrition principles, then Whispers speak of an American making a tilt at an Olympic spot training in Adelaide. Brady on the Loose follows up on last week’s rant on milk design cartons and then discusses the prospect of coaching to be replaced by artificial intelligence.