Athletepreneur

'Athletepreneur' provides elite athletes from around the globe with the opportunity to earn an income from their talents and in time will hopefully help bridge the pay gap, to some degree, between athletics and most other sports.  All revenue generated will be shared, allowing athletes in many respects, to run their own online business via Runner’s Tribe. In conjunction with numerous elite athletes from around the globe, Runner’s Tribe will be publishing in-depth training diaries and exclusive content, provided to us from the athletes themselves.  The content will be more comprehensive than ever before and provide real first-hand knowledge about what it takes to become a champion or just one extremely fit person. Users will have the ability to pay to view any particular article with Tapview, a leading online payment company used by many large organisations, including the listed company Fairfax. The Tapview technology is very simple and takes less than 15 seconds to sign up. Once signed up, to read a certain article only requires a ‘tap’ of the mouse. Tapview is a safe and reliable service created for ease of use and reliability in obtaining quality media. We also offer all 'Athletepreneur' submissions in specially formatted e-book forms with all popular secured payment options available on the Runner's Tribe online store. Runner’s Tribe will continue to publish free daily content, as we have been doing since 2007. ‘Athletepreneur’ is a brand new section, our traditional free content will keep rolling, every day, every week, for many years to come.

By Amity Delaney with Runner's Tribe Balancing an elite-level training program with a job that enables athletes to support themselves and their running career is a difficult task. Most regular full-time workers who aren’t even athletes find it difficult to fit in an exercise regime, let alone elite athletes who require extensive hours to complete their training programs. Full-time work...
Steve Moneghetti is one of Australia’s greatest marathoners. World championships bronze medallist in Athens in 1997, fifth in an Olympic marathon, a personal best of 2:08.16, major marathon wins in Berlin and Tokyo plus a string of high placings. Moneghetti’s career highlight had to be his bronze medal in the 1997 world championships in Athens. The traditional course inspired him...
  Ryan Hall’s 2011 Boston Marathon 12 Week Training Diary - SUB 2:05 Purchase the 50+ page ebook for $6.50  Every session, every run, for 12 weeks leading into the 2011 Boston Marathon. 7000 plus word training diary. Splits for sessions. Including splits for interval/track sessions as well as splits for tempo runs. Comments from Ryan Hall every day about the...
The Training of Benita Willis - Australia’s Greatest Female Distance Runner Article snippet  Benita Willis is, without doubt, Australia’s greatest female distance runner. A three-time National Champion in the 5,000m, Willis currently holds six national records from distances ranging from the 3,000m to the marathon. In 2004 Willis achieved what is arguably one of the greatest victories in Australian athletics when...
Boston Marathon, April 18, 2011 - a day to remember in marathon running history. The winner, Geoffrey Mutai, ran 57 seconds under the then-current world record, stopping the clock at 2:03.02.  Mutai had a few factors working in his favour that day. Firstly, there was a strong tailwind of 15-20 miles/hr for much of the race. Secondly, the Boston...
Article Preview Chris Kwiatkowski is the co-author of Matt Centrowitz's self-published memoir "Like Father, Like Son - My Story on Running, Coaching and Parenting". A 2012 graduate from the University of Oregon where he competed for the Duck's on the national stage, Chris holds PBs of 13:51 5000m, 28:56 10,000m, 48:17 10miles and 64:10 half-marathon. Currently, Chris lives and works in Washington,...