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Brad checks in from his new house and gets ready to race again. Julian scouts the surf and hits the hills. Brady puts doubles back into the programme then crosses paths with a big pack off to the pub.

Jess Hull set a new 1500m National and Oceania Record of 3:55.97 in the Pre Classic Diamond League in Eugene Oregon, just behind winner Diribe Welteji and holding off Elle St. Pierre. Linden Hall who was also in the race ran 4:01.97

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Catriona Bisset ran an Olympic Qualifier of 1:58.44 in the 800m, while Keely Hodgkinson won a world leading 1:55.78 over Mary Moraa. Josh Kerr took out the Bowerman Mile in 3:45.34, once again beating Jakob Ingebrigsten. Oli Hoare ran an Olympic Qualifier time of 3:49.11, while Cameron Myers posted a personal best 3:50.15 for an U/20 National Record.

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Lauren Ryan ran 15:03.63 in the 5000m with Tsigie Gebreselama winning in a world leading 14:18.76. The event also hosted the Kenyan 10000m Trials that saw Beatrice Chebet run 28:54.14 for a new 10000m World Record, while Daniel Meteiko ran 26:50.81 to take the win. Pre Classic Results

Andrew Dey and Imy Briscoe were the winners of the Runaway Noosa Marathon, while Ella McCartney and Alex Harvey each won the Half Marathon. Results

 

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Jack Rayner 27:44 Manchester Run second, just off his 10k Road National Record, while Pat Tiernan placed in seventh with 28:09. Vincent Ngetich won the Men’s Race in 27:25, while the first woman across was Gotytom Gebreslase in 30:32.
Great Manchester Run 10k Results

Tigist Assefa’s marathon World Record set in Berlin Marathon officially ratified.
World Athletics Press Release

Michael Roeger wins the bronze medal in the T46 1500m at the Kobe Para Athletic World Champs, while Deon Kenzie also wins a bronze medal in the T38 1500m.
Para Athletic World Champs Results

Milly Clark and Brad Tennick won the 12km City To Casino in Hobart, Tasmania.
Results

Listener Question asks whether compression socks are still in fashion, while the whispers are raging over the selection of the Women’s Olympic Marathon Team. Then Moose shares his  Purchase of the Week before going into a preview of the upcoming Launceston Running Festival and Bislett Games at the Oslo Diamond League.

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