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Hey guys! First let me thank runners tribe for letting me do my first blog post for them. Here is a wrap up of my year so far…. Leading off my success of winning the 2012 Zatopec 10 1500m, 2013 was set to be a big year for me. After...
World Mountain Running 2015 Well what an experience! I am glad Ross Johnson invited me to write an article on the World Mountain Running Championship as it will help ensure I do not forget how life is just one big adventure. I knew it would be an amazing experience participating in...
G'day Runners tribe readers I hope that your respective winter or summer training, dependant on what part of the world your in, is coming along nicely. I must apologise for my absence on the blog front. However with things winding up overseas now I can’t help but take note of...
Session 1: Mona Fartlek Basics of the session: The workout named after Steve Moneghetti is 20 minutes of fartlek with fast recovery, done as follows:-2x90 seconds hard (tempo to 10K pace) with 90 seconds recovery steady, not jogging. -4x60 seconds hard, 60 seconds steady. -4x30 seconds hard, 30 seconds steady. -4x15 seconds hard,...
As I look back on the last 12 months, it's been a year of amazing highs combined with some challenging lows. The highest point was heading overseas to China for the Youth Olympics and later in the season, a low, having time off to reboot my immune system. Part 1 From...
Why do you run? Some run because they want to win, others to stay healthy. Some are in it for the social scene, or to look good, or to snatch some alone time. We hear about the African sensations who run to get to school and the Japanese pacemakers who run...
Fukuoka International Marathon by Josh Harris Race Report Lead up I had been feeling really good in the days leading up to the race. I went for some easy jogs, including a 5minute (Friday) and 3 minute (Saturday) effort between Half & Marathon pace and these felt really comfortable, which can often not...
Hi Everyone I’m very honour that Runners Tribe has asked me to write a bit about my running experiences. This first blog is just about my recent summer as it’s still fresh in my mind, but being more of a cross country / mountain runner, I’ll be writing more about...
One of the first questions that you ask when you meet someone is, “what do you do?” We each have a role in life which defines who we are, whether it is centred on work, the family or even leisure. Aristotle said that, “We are what we repeatedly do....
Making a test become a testimony – RT Journal by James Hansen As I completed my second run yesterday after over two months off, I remembered a lesson I learned from a young age as to what were the basic principles of writing a story. Firstly, there must be an...
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