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Jess Stenson joins in this week to host the show and chats about working the mic at the Adelaide Invitational Dageu Marathon, South Korea. Brad gets positive news overall after his checkup in Melbourne. Brady enters the tapering phase and picks out his pre-race snacks for the trip to Osaka.

Maurie Plant Meet started off with Claudia Hollingsworth 1:59.81 for the win and U20 National Record against a stack field, leading ahead of Abby Caldwell and Catriona Bisset on the podium. Claudia joins in for a chat about her performance on the night as well as how a typical training week for her goes, how she approaches racing and what her plans are for the year ahead.

Claudia Hollingsworth 2024 Maurie Plant women’s 800m

John Landy Mile won by Stewy McSweyn in his comeback race, holding off the challenge from 2022 World Champion Jake Wightman to win in 3:52.00. Cam Myers was third in an U20 national record time of 3:52.44.

Rose Davies outkicked Izzy Batt-Doyle at the end of the 5000m in 14:57.54, where they became the fourth and fifth Australian women to run under 15 minutes with Aynadis Mebratu of Ethiopia in third. Jack Rayner won the 5000m in 13:16.34 ahead of a fast-finishing Matt Ramsden and Robin Hendrix of Belgium. Maurie Plant Meet Results


Henry Rono, legend of Kenyan distance running, has passed away aged 72. Rono was famous for setting four world records in four different events in the span of 81 days in 1978, during his time as a student athlete with Washington State University, but unfortunately never competed at the Olympics due to Kenya’s boycott of the 1976 and 1980 games.

Aynadis Mebratu redeemed her third place performance at Maurie Plant with a win at the Run The Bridge 10K in Hobart, Tasmania ahead of Leanne Pompeani and Sarah Klein.


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Robin Hendrix was first across the line overall, also backing up from Thursday to take the win ahead of Brett Robinson and Logan Janetzki. Run The Bridge Results

Mo Katir accepted a 2 year ban from the Athletics Integrity Unit for whereabouts failures, consequently now barred from competing at the 2024 Paris Olympics and 2025 World Athletics Championships in Tokyo.

Spain’s Mohamed Katir celebrates winning the Men’s 3000m during the Muller British Grand Prix meeting in the Wanda Diamond League at Gateshead International Stadium. Picture date: Tuesday July 13, 2021. PA Photo. See PA story ATHLETICS Gateshead. Photo credit should read: Tim Goode/PA Wire.
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Brady on the Loose comes around the beef between Jakob and Josh, then the whispers circulate about dropouts and predictions for the Osaka Marathon this coming Sunday.