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Brad gets some quality sleep and runs in before he moves house. Julian plays hard at the Tan and then works hard at Apollo Bay. Brady dashes around in the dark.

Stewy McSweyn ran 12:56.07 for an Olympic Qualifier and personal best, just a second off the National Record at the LA Grand Prix at UCLA. Morgan McDonald finished two places behind him in 13:00.48, also a personal best and Olympic Qualifier. Oli Hoare won the 1500m in 3:34.73, with Jesse Hunt in 3:35.38 and Cameron Myers 3:35.59. Lauren Ryan won the 1500m B Race in 4:08.15, Catriona Bisset in her 800m ran 2:00.22. Results via World Athletics

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Soufaine El Bakkali took out the 3000m Steeplechase in front of the home crowd at the Rabat Diamond League in Morocco, while Prudence Sekgodiso of South Africa posted a winning World Lead of 1:57.26 in the Women’s 800m.
Rabat Diamond League Results

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Great Ocean Road Marathon won by Johannes Motschmann of Germany in 2:36:35 and Meriem Daoui in 3:04:24. Grace Tame was claimed first place in the 60km Ultra Marathon, as did James Riggs in 3:56:41. Andrea Seccafien won the Half Marathon ahead of Sarah Klein and Ellie Pashley while Bret Ellis was the Men’s winner. Lissy Duncan and Dale Carrol won the 14km Paradise Run the day prior. Great Ocean Road Running Festival Results

Sam Clifford won the Sydney 10 in 29:09 ahead of Ed Goddard. Abigail Nordberg won in 33:13 ahead of Stephanie Kelly. Sydney 10 Results

Rose Davies set a new 5000m National Record of 14:41.65 for the win at the Seiko Golden Grand Prix in Tokyo Japan, with Izzy Batt Doyle running third in 15:08.67. Sarah Billings and Georgia Griffith took out the 1500m in 4:04.66 and 4:05.35 respectively. Matt Ramsden clocked 13:38.1 in the Men’s 5000m. Results via World Athletics

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Megan Keith hangs on to win the Night of the 10000m PBs in 31:03.02, just holding off American Olympic Marathon Trials winner Fiona O’Keefe. Night of the 10k PBs Results

Jarryd Clifford competes at the World Para Athletic Champs in Kobe, Japan running 15:05.41 and 3:55.63 in the T13 5000m and 1500m finals, respectively
Para Athletic World Champs Results

Beth Mackenzie and Matt Dimauntes take out Ultra Trail Australia 100K in the Blue Mountains, while Kate Avery and Charlie Hamilton won the 50K. UTA Results

Rodgers Kwemoi of Kenya has been banned for six years following an ongoing investigation by the Athletics Integrity Unit, finding numerous violations of his athlete biological passport during that period. Kwemoi, coached by Patrick Sang has been stripped of all results from 2016 onwards. Inside The Games Article

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Listener Question asks about the potential long term impact of running on the knees and joints, then Moose On The Loose is disappointed by a low act from the running community. The show wraps up with the boys previewing this weekend’s Diamond League Pre Classic.