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334: Jack Rayner | Sydney Track Classic | Box Hill Burn

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334: Jack Rayner | Sydney Track Classic | Box Hill Burn This week’s episode of Inside Running Podcast is proudly sponsored by Nike.

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Brad puts in a lap at Mulligans before closing the deal at an auction. Julian’s heart rate is too high up on nearly every run of the week. Brady battles a cough while topping off his Ballarat preparations.


Cameron Myers won his first Open National Title taking out the 3000m in a tactical affair that featured a spill in the final lap that took out defending title holder Jude Thomas. Callum Davies and Ed Trippas followed on the podium. Jessica Hull won the National 3000m Championship in 8:37.18, ahead of Georgia Griffith and Rose Davies, with Izzy Batt-Doyle doing most of the leading throughout. Luke Boyes held off a fast finishing Payton Craig to win the 800m in 1:47.86, while Abby Caldwell outkicked Catriona Bisset to win the 800m in 1:59.71. Sydney Track Classic Results


Stewy McSweyn missed hitting the 1000m national record at the Box Hill Burn, with Andrew Coscoran from Ireland stealing the show again to take the win in 2:19.36, with fellow Irishman Paul Robinson taking third. Brook Feldmeier from the USA won the Women’s 1000m in 2:51.82, ahead of Cleo Richardson and Rachel O’Brien. Seth O’Donnell was the men’s winner of the 5000m A race in 14:04.78 ahead of Adrian Potter and Connor Latouf, while Sophie Hall won the women’s 5000m A in 16:28.26 ahead of Bianca Puglisi and Catherine Lund. Athletics Victoria Results Hub


Listener Question opines whether forgoing GPS watches and Strava would be beneficial to running if you weren’t obsessing over personal stats, then Moose On The Loose laments how the lack of organisation impacted a trail racing experience.


Jack Rayner joins the show to catch up with Brad about his recent 10000m national record at The TEN Sound Running Meet in the US, talking about how his approach to the race compares to the lead up to his previous 10k national record. Jack recaps the time between the two races, dealing with injuries and overtraining over the past year and the possible path forward towards the Paris Olympics, as well as the current Nike shoes in his training and racing rotation.


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