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171: Wayne Larden Part 2This week’s episode is sponsored by the Leconfield Wines McLaren Vale Marathon. Head over to greatsouthernruns.com for all the details and to register. Inside Running Podcast listeners can use the code MVM-IRP20 for 20% off their entry fee, valid up to 28 February. "
Brad gets the logo of Mulligans Flat Track Club and comes closer to that sub-15 5k Maccas Run. Julian catches up with Watto on his down week before he gets stung by a bee. Brady’s knee recovers while he sets up for a comeback campaign.
Morgan McDonald scores a new 3000m PB 7:41.55 in Prickly Pear Track Meet out in Arizona https://www.instagram.com/p/CLAdiiOnCtW/
Brett Robinson edges Stewy McSweyn and Ryan Gregson in nailbiting finish in the Parkdale Gift 3200m. Juliet McBurney took out the Women’s 3200m ahead of Nat Rule and Gen Gregson. The viewing experience was however marred by enough technical issues on the livestream for Moose to get Loose over. https://www.instagram.com/p/CK8tLpvHry0/ https://www.instagram.com/p/CK8sgXgnDnl/
Listener Question transitioning from high-stacked supershoes to racing spikes before giving a preview of the Vic 5000m Championships on Thursday 11th February 2021.
Wayne Larden, Sydney Marathon Director and World Cross representative, organising committee for World Cross Country Championship in Bathurst 2022 returns to the show for a catch-up chat with Brady and talks about how he dealt with the pandemic hitting, how his planning for 2020 changed into the eventual reality and working with government and other event management teams all the while handling his mental health in the aftermath of the year.
Wayne gives a state of events dealing with the risk of transmission and the potential market of new runners, planning for the Bathurst 2022, sharing his passion for cross country and understands delivering to mass participation runners.
Pivoting to Sydney Marathon and the year in transition and then the visibility of Australian Athletes, lessons from the Japan running culture. Wayne gives who’s exciting him in Australian running at the moment, the viability of the Tokyo Olympics, event sponsorship, his hardest workout ever and whether it gave an indication of fitness and who he’d pick for 1500m Olympics on the Mens and as national record for the Womens.
World Cross Country Championships Bathurst 21 Global Challenge - 1 February-21 March 2021.The Road To Nowhere gang of Joel, Ellie and Nick return with a brand new season, which you can via our Patreon.