HAWTHORN running machine Isaac Smith has continued his domination of the club's time trail, winning the 2.2km run for the fifth-straight year.

The last time the 30-year-old failed to take the crown was way back in 2015 when he was second to Billy Hartung.

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But it was far from easy for Smith with second-year Hawk Will Golds pushing the veteran all the way.

Dylan Moore edged out fellow youngster Harry Morrison for third place, while captain Ben Stratton rounded out the top five.

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Endurance king Tom Scully lived up to his reputation by taking out the repeat efforts test ahead of Jack Gunston and Jacob Koschitzke.

"We were really pleased with the number of guys who were able to complete testing today," physical performance manager Luke Boyd said.

"We witnessed several strong performances.

"I was particularly pleased with Jackson Ross in the 2.2km trial who bested his previous record.

"There were also several who impressed in the repeat efforts test with Mitch Lewis, Jack Scrimshaw and Jacob Koschitzke all putting in personal best efforts."