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Julian returns to the show and gives us an update on his hamstring injury. Brad returns to the gym to help strengthen his body. Brady returns from the Osaka Marathon in search of his next move.

Jesse Hunt joins the show, fresh from his 1500m performance at the Bankstown NSW Milers meet where he came second behind Cameron Myers and ahead of Jake Wightman just missing the Olympic Qualifier. Jesse talks about his time at the University of North Carolina and the presence of MJ, joining OAC Oceania under Craig Mottram and how his agency arrangement is handled, as well as what he studied at college and his interests outside of running.


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OAC Oceania made their presence known at Canberra Track Classic with Claudia Hollingsworth running 1:58.81 to win the 800m in an Olympic Qualifier, and breaking her own u20 National Record just ahead of teammate Bendere Oboya in 1:59.22 and Sarah Billings in 2:00.55. Payton Craig, who had recently signed with On Running, took out the 800m in 1:45.91 ahead of Luke Boyes and Jack Lunn.

Claudia Hollingsworth in the Chemist Warehouse Canberra Track Classic
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Connor Whitely won the Men’s 1500m in 3:40.09 ahead of James Hansen and Will Lewis, while Jodie McCann of Ireland won in 4:14.05 ahead of Jaylah Hancock Cameron and Rebekah Greene of New Zealand. Ed Trippas and Brielle Erbacher each won their respective 3000m Steeplechase races. Canberra Track Classic Results

Jess Hull came 4th in 8:24.39 for an Oceania Record in the 3000m final of the World Indoor Athletics Championships held in Glasgow, with Elle St Pierre of the USA winning the gold medal in 8:20.87, ahead of Guduf Tsegay of Ethiopia and Beatrice Chepkoech running a Kenyan National Record.

Jessica Hull finish in a valiant fourth place at the 2024 World Athletics Indoor Championships in Glasgow.

Josh Kerr of Scotland continued his rich vein of form winning the 3000m ahead of Yared Nuguse of USA and Selemon Barega of Ethiopia. Catriona Bisset placed 5th in her semi-final in a time of 2:00. Linden Hall ran a season best of 4:09.83 in the 1500m heats.
World Indoor Athletics Championships Results

The National Cross Country Trials, held at Stromlo was taken out by Paige Campbell ahead of Lissy Duncan, who both secured a spot at the World Cross Country to be held in Belgrade, Serbia with Maudie Skyring in third place. Haftu Strintzos used his NCAA experience to take out the men’s 10km race ahead of Liam Adams, with Zach Facioni in third. The full team will be announced in the following weeks.

Benson Kipruto won the 2024 Tokyo Marathon in the 5th fastest all-time, winning in 2:02:16. Tokyo Marathon Results via World Athletics

Moose on the Loose returns with a classic, taking aim of an influencer posturing your moving time as your elapsed time then closing out with a quick whisper an attempt on the 1000m National Record at the Box Hill Burn.