Interviews

By RT Hey Ben, it’s great catching up with you on the new RT.  Can you tell us where you are currently at with injury, surgery and your running? Thanks Ross, loving the new look of the site. Ok, injuries. I don’t like going on about them too much - but since you...
RT Interview with Craig Huffer: One Step Back, Two Steps Forward Craig you’ve been sidelined most of the season through injury. Can you tell us a bit about it and where you’re currently at in training? Getting struck down for the 6th year running was tough. In 2010, I felt the world...
RT Interview with Josh Harris You recently paced Jess Trengove at the Melbourne Marathon to a history making time of 2:27.45. Can you talk us through your pacing plan and target times?  So before I was aware of Jess’s goal, I was planning to run the race as a tempo run...
RT Interview with Russ Dessaix-Chin: Back on the road again Last Sunday Russ won the Run Australia, Wollongong 12km race. After being seriously injured in February this year, what does it mean to be back out racing and more so running? Well, if I go back eight months to where I...
Milly Clark produced a marathon debut that could just go down as the best ever by an Australian. Clark clocked in at 2:29.07 finishing 3rd in the Amsterdam Marathon yesterday. Thus achieving the qualifier for Rio in outstanding fashion. We’re looking forward to Milly’s next RT Journal, but for now it’s time...
Last Sunday the 18th of October 2015, Josh placed 7th at the Australian Half Marathon Champs in Melbourne with a time of 1:07:06. He is only 16. RT Interview with Joshua Torley Was Sundays result in Melbourne a surprise at all in regards to target times? It was a little quicker than expected but that’s...
Where are you at in your travels? I am currently sitting onboard a flight from Canberra to Brisbane. Having returned from American to Australia in early July, I have spent my time training at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra and Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Although the...
Reflection on 2015? 2015 had a bit of everything for me, due to injury I wasn't running for most of January and February, so by the time March came around I was getting back into it and looking to be ready for Penn Relays in April. Preparation for my last...
  You had a dominant Australian season finishing as the 400m National Champion, and 3rd in the 200m. Before nationals you’d won the 400m’s at three major meets in a row. How strong was your confidence going into the Nationals and what did the victory mean to you? Going into...
Dane, you just finished 8th in the World Championships. What did this amazing performance mean to you? Finishing 8th in Beijing was an awesome way to top off a great year. I started the season slowly with illness forcing me to withdraw from the national titles, but throughout the year...
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