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A column by Len Johnson - Runner's Tribe Down here in Melbourne we’re yet to get our feet wet, but winter season’s already here. Rain is falling as I write, so the first muddy cross-country race can’t be too far away – maybe as close as the 12km cross-country next weekend...
Written by Grace Kalac - Runner's Tribe The Leonora Golden Gift, Australia’s richest outback mile, returns in 2018 bigger than ever. Each year, the event draws middle distance stars from all over Australia to Leonora, a regional mining town in Western Australia. National champions, junior sensations, and Australian representatives alike...
Written by Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe Over 100 Australian athletes have recently returned from Port Vila, Vanuatu where they competed in the Melanesian Championships conducted by the Oceania Athletics Association.  These championships doubled as the official trials for the Youth Olympics to be held in Buenos Aires, Argentina in...
Original post by Dane Verwey of RunCulture (Visit the site here) Interview with Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist Lisa Weightman Lisa Weightman is a 39yo mother of two who recently got a silver medal in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Woman’s Marathon. Lisa, what a run! 2:33:23 in 29 degree heat, now...
A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe Dreams and nightmares are conflicting phenomena. One is what we endeavour for, the reason for the toil; the other is simply what we hope never takes place, the dreaded disaster. In running, they are untamed beasts, bestowed with unbridled power, wilfully determining the...
A column by Len Johnson – Runner’s Tribe Next year’s world championships in Doha will feature another Breaking 2 event. Not two hours this time, but two days. To ameliorate the brutally hot conditions of a Persian Gulf summer, the two marathons will start at midnight. OK, that’s actually not two separate...
Aussie Athletes Q and A Series featuring Rising Middle Distance Super Talent, Matthew Ramsden - Ready for Leonora Profile: DATE OF BIRTH - 23 JUL 1997 DISCIPLINE PERFORMANCE WIND PLACE DATE 800 Metres 1:51.56 Perth (AUS) 26 FEB 2017 1500 Metres 3:39.39 Los Angeles, CA (USA) 18 MAY 2017 One Mile 3:59.80 Eugene (USA) 27 MAY 2017 3000 Metres 8:09.07 Melbourne (AUS) 05 DEC 2015 5000 Metres 13:36.9h Perth (AUS) 22 JAN 2015 You're currently training...
Kiwi track star Olivia Burne takes on the Rotorua Marathon and comes out strong Find out how the young runner tackled her first marathon It was an exciting race to the finish at the Rotorua Marathon. It was even more exciting for Olivia Burne, the Kiwi half marathon champion who was...
FOUR KEY SESSIONS/FAVOURITE WORKOUTS - Bernadette Williams I’m stoked to be writing something for the Runner’s Tribe journal section. I’ve started visiting the site fairly regularly over the last few months as I returned to athletics, it’s a great spot to learn about all things running and find some inspiration. My...
A column by Len Johnson – Runner’s Tribe Out of Africa, always something new, wrote Pliny the Elder back in the first century A.D. Pliny was referencing a quote from the Greek philosopher, Aristotle, but if you paraphrase slightly to “out of Africa, always something in the news,” then you’ve just...
                                 
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