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In Rio Emma Coburn became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, earning bronze along with the new American Record of 9:07.63. Runner's Tribe caught up with Emma for this chat after she recently arrived back in Colorado. In hindsight, what did this dream-like...
Matthew Ramsden Interview: Home is where I'm happiest  So you've recently decided not to go to the US on a college scholarship. Can you tell us how you came to this decision? So in March I went to the US and visited four schools. The trip went well but I just...
Ella Nelson: The Best is Yet to Come By Grace Kalac for Runner's Tribe The start of the 2016 season for rising sprint star Ella Nelson could not have been more flawless. By April, twenty-two-year-old Nelson, coached by Sydney’s Michael Dooley, had surpassed the Olympic qualifying standard numerous times, and boasted...
EMIL ZATOPEK: MY HERO RT Journal By Mark Tucker “Zatopek's greatness has surprised mankind. His goodness has illumined mankind. His fullness has elevated mankind.” (Sri Chinmoy) Words can hardly do justice to the man who I have looked up to and admired ever since I first learnt about him during my early...
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Part 2 of 2- Watch part 1 by clicking on the picture below. In the Paris Diamond League (August 27, 2016) Genevieve LaCaze broke the Australian and Oceania 3000m steeplechase record in 9:14:28. With her 15th personal best of the season, LaCaze has smashed the outgoing record by four seconds, previously...
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In the Paris Diamond League (August 27, 2016) Genevieve LaCaze broke the Australian and Oceania 3000m steeplechase record in 9:14:28. With her 15th personal best of the season, LaCaze has smashed the outgoing record by four seconds, previously held by Donna MacFarlane (TAS) in 2008 with a 9:18:35.
Runner's Tribe Interview: Soh Rui Yong   By Matt Fox for Runner's Tribe Singapore's, Soh Rui Yong is the current SEA Games Marathon Champ, PB: 2:26:01 Half M: 67:21, holds Singapore's 10,000m record (31:15) and is the countries 1st professional marathoner. Representing' ASICS and Yeo's. Runner’s Tribe: Rui, thanks for joining us. You recently missed qualification for Rio under...
Closing the door after bolt has bolted | A Column By Len Johnson Usain Bolt didn’t need a third relay gold medal to confirm his place among the Olympic immortals, but getting one ensured he would not end on an anti-climactic note. Bolt took the baton from Nickel Ashmeade for the...
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2016 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved CAPE ELIZABETH, ME, USA (5-Aug) -- It's been 27 days since Ben True placed a heartbreaking fifth at the U.S. Olympic Trials 5000m, missing out on his chance to join Team USA in Rio de Janeiro by .48 of...
From the Archives: Sarah Jamieson Interview This interview was initially published on Runner’s Tribe in early 2008. Long since lost in cyber space, we restore this piece for more to enjoy. Sarah Jamieson is arguably Australia’s best ever female 1500m runner. Sarah is the current Australian record holder over 1500m (4:00.93)...