Elite Features

In the Atlanta 1996 Olympics, Burundi's Venuste Niyongabo won gold. During his race, the country's civil war that would eventually claim between 200,000 and 300,000 mostly civilian lives and left more than half a million people displaced, stopped so that soldiers on both sides could follow on the radio....
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2016 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved EUGENE, OR (29-Jun) -- Later this week, Ashton Eaton will once again compete at Historic Hayward Field in front of his home crowd seeking his second Olympic Team berth. The reigning decathlon Olympic gold medalist, world record holder, and...
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...
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RT Interview with Australian U20 National 1500m & 5000m champion, Matthew Ramsden
Abebe Bikila Remembered: The First African Great © 2016 The Runner's Tribe, all rights reserved. "Before Abebe Bikila, there were no runners in Africa, or at least no runners that the world knew about." - Haile Gebrselassie If there was just one person who has influenced the running world the most, it...
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Craig Huffer Interview January 2013. Craig David Huffer (born 27 October 1989) is an Australian sub-4 minute miler. Huffer finished off his 2012 season with a 4th placing at the "world's most prestigious road mile" The Fifth Avenue Mile in New York, USA, recording a time of 3:53.5
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...
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C R A I G H U F F E R "Huffing 'round the world" Global Athletics & Marketing Miler: Tan Track Club | VNTC 🐨 http://www.tantc.com.au/ http://www.iaaf.org/athletes/australi...
Runner's Tribe recently caught up with 2016 Rio Olympian, 2013 World Champs 800m Bronze Medalist, and Big Bear Track Club Co-founder, Brenda Martinez for this awesome chat. (Phone interview transcribed by Runner's Tribe). Where are you currently situated, and how is training going? So I live in Big Bear Lake, which is...
With time running out and the pressure mounting with each race, it was with great relief and elation that Australia's Selma Kajan clocked the Rio 800m Qualifier in Barcelona, Spain late last week. Runner's Tribe caught up with Selma for a quick post qualifier Q and A. RT: How good does it...
                         
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