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December is a time for numerous festive occasions. For most it’s the ever-eventful work Christmas party that often leaves a shady cloud over the workplace social scene or the high expectations of Christmas Day and New Years Eve that they look forward too. However, for the distance runners of...
Hi, my name is Emma Kraft and I am from Alice Springs NT, and I am a squad member of Adelaide based Team Tempo which is coached under Adam Didyk. Living in Alice Springs as you can imagine there are limited opportunities to compete at a high level due...
Q: G'day Aaron thanks for taking the time to do this interview. So how's training going at this point? Training’s going well at the moment. I’m currently training for the New Zealand 10,000m champs in about ten days time so training has just started to ease off a bit but...
Hi Jordan, thanks for taking the time out of your hectic schedule of babe rating to talk with us, tell us where you are currently at: Jordan Gusman: No worries it's my pleasure. Currently I'm watching NCIS and there are some good looking birds in this episode so sorry in...
A few days ago, I was excited to be given the opportunity to write my first blog for RunnersTribe. For those of you who already know me, being given free reign to write about ‘whatever I want’ is a potentially dangerous prospect! Nonetheless, I thought I would actually take...
By Matt Fox 1) Positives about college in the USA (training in a team, coaches, funding, free college, etc.) Well obviously, for starters, the major advantage of being on a sports scholarship in the US is that you are able to get a free education while pursuing some form of career...
Hello to everyone reading! It’s been quite a while since I wrote a blog for Runners Tribe and a bit has happened in the meantime. I have spent the majority of 2013 has preparing for a marathon debut, but I have also managed to run PB’s for 1500m, 3km, 10km,...
Forgive me for bringing the sport of cycling into this but my most recent inspiration came from watching Hell of the North, which follows the Paris-Roubaix one day classic from the eyes of 2007 winner Stuart O'Grady. With cobblestones, sharp corners, rain, mud, snow and sometimes scorching heat, the...
By Matt Fox James, thanks for taking the time out at 7am in Los Angeles to have a chat with us. Please tell us what you have been doing over the last few months… James Gurr: No problem, thanks for asking. The past few months have been pretty intense, I guess...
(Q) Hello Zoe, thank you for joining us for a chat. It would be great to hear about your current situation: where you are and how things are going? (A): I'm in Melbourne, putting in some good base training. The competition season for me will not start until February. I've...
                                 
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