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By Brett Davies With Aussie distance legend Steve Moneghetti celebrating his 60th birthday this week (on the 26/9) this 3-part special, looks at his greatest performances and his influence on Australian athletics. Following on from part 1, this part looks at 5 more of his greatest races. World Championships Half Marathon,...
By Brett Davies On the 26th of September, Steve Moneghetti, one of our greatest ever distance runners, turns 60 and in honour of his milestone birthday, we celebrate this most special career in a 3-part special in Runners’ Tribe. Part 1 will begin with a brief background of his early...
Written by Brett Davies With the Commonwealth Games recently concluded, we are taking the time to look at some of the great moments of the Games throughout their history. Raelene Boyle was one of Australia’s greatest sprinters. She was a star of the sport for a decade and a half and...
Written by Brett Davies With the Commonwealth Games currently underway in Birmingham, it is timely to look back at some of the events that have stood out as special and are remembered by fans years later. Here we look at one of the great moments in Australian distance running history....
By Brett Davies Thursday this week (7/7) was the 40th anniversary of one of the great distance running world records of the 1980s – Dave Moorcroft’s 5000m world record set at Oslo’s Bislett Stadium in Norway. Moorcroft was the ‘Fourth Beatle’ of the great British middle distance runners of the early...
  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Tarkine (takayna) (@tarkinerunning) Hoare Moves Into Serious Medal Contention With Oslo Mile: By Brett Davies Australia’s Ollie Hoare announced himself as a major contender for a medal in next month’s World Championships with his stunning run in Oslo on Thursday (16/6). The 25 year-old...
By Brett Davies On the weekend we saw the Great Manchester Run, where New Zealander Jake Robertson took out this major race on the British road racing circuit. Part of the Great Run series of annual races in Britain, this year’s race attracted the usual quality line up, both in...
A column by Brett Davies One problem all distance runners face – whether serious, non-professional athletes or recreational runners – is finding adequate time to fit in the sessions required to improve their performances, while doing everything else: work, study, taking care of kids, cooking and housework etc. One solution...
By Brett Davies Australia has had a surprisingly successful history at the World Indoors, especially since there are no standard IAAF 200m indoor facilities anywhere in the country. Also, they are invariably held in the northern hemisphere, generally around the time of our national championships and other big events. Australians...
In New York on Saturday (29/1), Australia's Ollie Hoare celebrated his 25th birthday with the biggest win of his career, when he beat a great field to win the prestigious Wanamaker Mile  New York's annual Millrose Games.
                 

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