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Bol, Deng, Rinaldi -  James Templeton Uncut © 2018 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. In February, 2017, Runner’s Tribe first interviewed James Templeton in ‘Rudisha’s Agent – James Templeton Interview.’ Over the past 10 months, much has happened. Peter Bol is now under Templeton’s management, and Joe Deng has broken through, well...
I’ll never get to see Hayward Field, or the Hayward Field of my vicarious memory, at least. If I get there for the 2021 world championships it will be to a totally new facility. No stomping feet on the wooden steps of the famous East Stand. For those of us...
By Jaryd Clifford | Australian Athlete Some races you never forget. They ingrain themselves in nostalgic memory, a reminder of human spirit and the will of the battling competitor. Over time, the characters become larger than life, their battles mythologised in storytelling. It is in these races that the greats...
The Commonwealth Games (CWG) were something that I’ve been looking forward to for years. I was in the crowd when Mottram bravely took 2nd in that 5000m. I was in the crowd when Steffensen won his 400m. I was in the streets when Kerryn McCann went head to head...
LINDEN HALL | A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe In 99 years, Hayward Field has built a legacy steeped in history. From the mythical genius Steve Prefontaine to our own hero Craig Mottram, its stories will last forever in the fabled pages of running folklore. Now in its final hours,...
Performances often tend to bunch up around a perceived barrier, the men’s four-minute mile being the most famous historical example. As we see the increased number of performances approaching the barrier, there is a tendency to assume one athlete will inevitably crash through it. Let’s call it the clump theory. Of...
This is a snippet from Australian Athlete: https://australianathlete.org/ By Chris Wainwright A 15-year-old from Western Australia has already produced performances that have gained worldwide attention. Sasha Zhoya is a multi-talented athlete, who not only can vault over 5 metres, but recently ran 13.24s (+1.2) for the 110m hurdles to break the Australian...
“There were tears streaming down my face, but I drove myself on, screaming, ‘Who are you? Who are you?’... And each time the answer that kept bouncing around my mind was just: ‘I am someone who will never stop, someone who will never give up. Ever.” Story by Jaryd Clifford Kurt...
Coach Colm and the Training of David Rudisha © 2018 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. “The secret is in the head, not the legs.” – David Rudisha Two Olympic Golds, two World Championship Golds, 800m world record holder.  The G.O.A.T – of that there can be little doubt. Like many star 800m...
A column by Len Johnson | Runner's Tribe All weeks have seven days, but some weeks seem to cram more in than others. The last week of May, 2018 was one such week. It began with Linden Hall setting an Australian record for 1500 metres at the Prefontaine Classic Diamond League...
                                 
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