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Reece Edwards of Road to Osaka fame joins in and talks about his recent changes in coaching, as well as what’s ahead for him in racing. Brad gets a lot done in the rain and supports his athletes out at Canberra Marathon. Brady pops down to Princes Park with Lululemon for the launch of their new shoe.

Jess Stenson ran an Olympic Qualifier of 2:23:58, coming 4th place at the Daegu Marathon, just seven months after the birth of her daughter Ellie. Tim Vincent was also in the race, running 2:16:50.
Daegu Marathon Report via World Athletics

Box Hill Classic Claudia Hollingsworth 4:02.96, just narrowly missing the Olympic Qualifying time. Natalie Rule and Rebekah Green. Jhye Hadfield was men’s winner of the 1500m in 3:44.83, ahead of Jarryd Clifford who posted a paralympic qualifier of 3:48.28 and Logan Janetzki.

Claudia Hollingsworth 2024 Maurie Plant women’s 800m

Seth O’Donnell won the Men’s 3000m in 8:06.04, with Ben Buckingham and Dale Carroll duelling out behind him. Gabrielle Schmidt won the 3000m in 9:23.94 ahead of Katherine Dowie and Khushi Deol.

Brad Mathas took out the 800m in 1:48.94, as did Sophia Hanlon in 2:06.71.
Bendere Oboya ran 1:26.14 in the 600m, just missing out on Tamsyn Manou’s national record. Athletics Victoria ResultsHub

Marnie Ponton ran 2:52 to win the Canberra Marathon in her Comrades campaign, while Matthew Ho was first male in 2:32:13. Jemma Griffin was the winner of the Half Marathon in 1:20:39, while Lachlan Bryant won in 1:09:17. Canberra Marathon Results

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The boys preview the National Track & Field Championships taking place this Saturday 14th March, and their likely picks for the 1500m and 5000m to make the Olympic Team.

Reece On The Loose goes off on the emphasis placed on peripherals over fundamental mileage, while Brady ponders the Asics Running Festival of Running over in Paris.

National Track & Field Preview – Athletics Australia