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RT turns it's focus from those pursuing these current Olympics to a possible Olympian of the future. Earlier this year Adam Pyke caught the attention of the Australian running scene when he finished 3rd at the Australian Athletics Championships 1500m behind Jordan Gusman and Rio bound, Ryan Gregson. We caught...
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...
Written by Grace Kalac - Runner's Tribe Brad Scott achieved a wealth of international success. The Western Australian graced three Paralympic Games, amassing a hat-trick of medals before the age of 25. The sports fanatic well and truly achieved his childhood dream of donning the green and gold. But when Scott...
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2016 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved EUGENE, OR (28-Jun) -- Between the two of them, Dathan Ritzenhein and Abdi Abdirahman have made seven Olympic teams, both on the track and in the marathon. Along with Meb Keflezighi, the pair have seemingly been constants on the...
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Runner's Tribe travelled to Katoomba, Blue Mountains, NSW Australia to film Olympian and Australian 10km record holder, Ben St Lawrence, for a chat and to cover his 4x2km Tuesday session. Enjoy RT's Workout Any Day. Filming weekly workouts around Australia and soon to be world wide. Awesome music by RT,...
Farewell to the Maputo Express A look at the long and Illustrious career of Maria Mutola © 2016 The Runner's Tribe, all rights reserved. Rewind to 1991, a lifetime ago, but for an 18 year old from Mozambique, mature beyond her years, it marked the beginning of the road. 17 years have...
A Guide to Training in Kenya Published by Runner's Tribe with exclusive permission from Sweat Elite - http://www.sweatelite.co/ If you’ve ever thought about heading to Kenya to do some training, meet some of the world’s fastest distance runners and experience an incredibly different culture, we’d highly recommend less thinking and more doing. It’s...
RT Column By Grace Kalac At the conclusion of the 2006 Australian Cross Country Championships, an awestruck eleven-year-old Luke Mathews approached sixteen-year-old Ryan Gregson at Hobart Airport, hoping that Gregson would trade state team singlets with him. Mathews, who had won the Under 12s race the day before, had watched Gregson finish...