Interviews

Here are some of Runner's Tribe's favorite interviews from 2016. RT Video Interview with one of the greatest runners of our time, Meb Keflezighi March 20, 2016 Runner’s Tribe’s Ross caught up with the worlds most high profile and prolific distance runner, Meb Keflezighi. Meb is the Michael Jordan of marathoning. Meb is...
Q: What does it mean to you to be representing Australia in your Olympic debut? It means a lot to me. Ever since I was a kid I've dreamt about representing Australia at the Olympics and now I'm going to finally fulfill that dream. It’s the biggest race I’ve ever...
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...
The below article is thanks to Neil MacDonald, who caught up with Craig Mottram in March 2002.  With Neil’s permission, the article has been restored so that today’s generation can appreciate and learn from the one and only ‘Buster’ Mottram.   Neil MacDonald managed the Geelong Region Cross Country team from 2000-2007. Do you...
By Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe Cedric Dubler is an Australian decathlete (Queensland) who at the age of just 22 competed at the Rio Olympics as Australia’s first decathlete to attend an Olympic Games in 16 years (and scoring the most points in a decathlon by an Australian in 32 years). Cedric...
Runner's Tribe Interview: Soh Rui Yong   By Matt Fox for Runner's Tribe Singapore's, Soh Rui Yong is the current SEA Games Marathon Champ, PB: 2:26:01 Half M: 67:21, holds Singapore's 10,000m record (31:15) and is the countries 1st professional marathoner. Representing' ASICS and Yeo's. Runner’s Tribe: Rui, thanks for joining us. You recently missed qualification for Rio under...
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 Grace Kalac - Runner's Tribe Linden Hall has written her name in the history books after running 4:00.86 at the Prefontaine Classic, surpassing her former coach Sarah Jamieson’s Australian record by 0.07. Hall finished sixth in the red-hot field, with the first four runners all dipping under the four-minute mark....
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...
Runner's Tribe interview with Alexi Pappas - The multifaceted high achiever - filmmaker, poet, actress and Olympian. Where are you currently at with your training and what projects have you got going on? I am currently preparing for a half-marathon and eventual marathon debut! I have many creative projects in the...
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