Interviews

Runner's Tribe Interview with NCAA Division I Cross Country Champion, Pat Tiernan By Grace Kalac for Runner's Tribe Runner’s Tribe caught up with Australian Rio Olympian Patrick Tiernan to chat about his NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship victory on November 19th in Terre Haute, Indiana. Tiernan, who has been studying...
Interview with British 1500m Commonwealth Finalist & Current Coach: James Thie In 2008, Runner’s Tribe caught up with British middle distance runner, James Thie. Long since lost in cyberspace, Runner’s Tribe revives this info-packed interview and catches up with the 2010 Commonwealth Games 1500m finalist and current-day coach to see what...
Runner's Tribe If The North Face athlete, Rob Krar, has one regret, it is that he didn’t discover the sport of ultra running sooner. The sport to Rob is much more than winning or running fast; it has brought him a sense of peace, community and self-reflection.  This sense of...
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Runner's Tribe interview with NZ's Camille Buscomb who recently came 2nd at the Zatopek:10 in Melbourne. Camille is sponsored by New Balance New Zealand.
Runner's Tribe continues its run of awesome free content featuring the world's best athletes. Recently RT was lucky enough to have a chat with the 2012 Olympic 1500m Silver Medalist, Leo Manzano as he continues to train hard and live the immersive life of an elite runner. (Phone interview transcribed...
After a breakout domestic season, Jenny Blundell clocked two sensational 1500m Olympic qualifying performances in Beijing and Belgium securing her Rio selection. Runner’s Tribe caught up with the fifth-ranked Australian all time for the 1500m (4:04.62), for this Q and A on her Road to Rio. (Q) What does it mean...
NCAA Cross Country Nationals 2016: 'I'll be giving it a good crack,'- Interview with Olympian and Villanova standout, Australia's Patrick Tiernan (RT) Thoughts on your performance and Rio experience now with some hindsight? (Patrick Tiernan) Rio was a great experience for me. It was my first real taste of international competition,...
At the Payton Jordan Invitational, Linden Hall ran a brilliant world-leading time of 4:04.47 in the 1500m – an Olympic qualifier and six second personal best. A month later she competed in the Pre Classic, Eugene, and continued her outstanding form with a time of 4:01.78. over the distance, improving...
Afternoon tea with Neely Interview with Neely Spence Gracey Currently based in Boulder, Colorado, Neely Spence-Gracey was 1st American in her debut marathon at Boston earlier this year. She has since capped off 2016 with a PR (2:34:55) and an 8th place finish at the New York City Marathon where she...
Zoe Buckman has been selected to represent Australia for her second Olympic games in the 1500 metres.  Runner’s Tribe caught up with the 2013 World Championships 1500m metre finalist for this Q and A on her Road to Rio. (Q) What does it mean to you to be representing Australia in...
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