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Leanne Pompeani fills in for Moose and managing hamstring issues, the Festival of Running in Paris and the National 5000m Championship, then trying to set a plan to qualify for the 10k Olympics. She goes through a training week and recaps her win at the Wollongong Fitness 5k.Brad recovers and sets some running based goals for the next few months ahead. Brady gets back to work and has a hitout at parkrun and commits to the Ballarat Marathon.

Sisay Lemma won the Boston Marathon in 2:06:17, Mohamed Esa and defending champion Evans Chebet. Hellen Obiri went back to back in 2:22:37 just holding off Sharon Lokedi, with Edna Kiplagat in third.
Boston Marathon Results Leaderboard

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Peres Jepchirchir breaks away from Tigist Assefa to win the London Marathon in the Women’s Only World Record time of 2:16:16. Alexander Mutiso 2:04:01 over Kenenisa Bekele who set a Master World Record in 2:04:, with Briton Emile Cairess third in 2:06:46. James Nipperess 2:17:17.
London Marathon Results Leaderboard

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Gudaf Tsegay took out the 1500m at the Xiamen Diamond League in a World Leading time of 3:50.30 with personal bests going to Georgia Griffith in 3:59.04 and in Sarah Billings 3:59.59, with Linden Hall clocking in 4:00.71. Lamencha Girma of Ethiopia won the 5000m with Stewy McSweyn narrowly missing the Olympic Qualifier in 13:05.18, with Jack Rayner running 13:18.74 and Matt Ramsden in 13:26.60. In the 800m Peter Bol ran 1:47.01, while Cara Feain-Ryan ran 9:32.08 in the 3000m Steeplechase.
Xiamen Diamond League Results

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Wollongong Fitness 5k was won by Tom Do Canto in 14:27 and Leanne Pompeani in 15:32.
Wollongong Fitness 5k Results

Lauren Ryan took out Run The Tan in 11:34 to move to #2 on the all-time list, with Abbey Caldwell second in 11:54 and Shanie Landen third in 12:50. Andrew Coscoran of Ireland was first in the Elite Men’s race in 10:28, with Seth O’Donnell second in 10:34 and Dale Carrol third in 10:36.
Run the Tan 2024 Results

Listener Question asks what the plan for Stewy McSweyn should be for Olympic qualification, the Whispers speak of Tom Do Canto aligning with a premium running brand and Crokes On The Loose laments the lack of respect shown to Torrie Lewis taking out the 200m.