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A Guide to Training in Kenya Published by Runner's Tribe with exclusive permission from Sweat Elite - http://www.sweatelite.co/ If you’ve ever thought about heading to Kenya to do some training, meet some of the world’s fastest distance runners and experience an incredibly different culture, we’d highly recommend less thinking and more doing. It’s...
EMIL ZATOPEK: MY HERO RT Journal By Mark Tucker “Zatopek's greatness has surprised mankind. His goodness has illumined mankind. His fullness has elevated mankind.” (Sri Chinmoy) Words can hardly do justice to the man who I have looked up to and admired ever since I first learnt about him during my early...
This original content has been reposted on Runner's Tribe with permission by 'THE SOURCE' the home to amazing stories across the rehydrated world. Take a look here. Going Han Solo: The Andrew Wheating Story Andrew Wheating is from “back east”, yet has spent over a decade holding some sort of Oregon-team membership card. In college,...
The Training of Jim Ryun - ‘Quality & Quantity’  © 2017 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved.  The first American high school athlete to run a Sub-4 mile, multiple world record holder, Olympic 1500m medallist. Jim Ryun to this day is an American superstar, rivalled by very few before and since. He was also known...
By Mark Tucker “I had broken 2:09. I forgot my exhaustion. Within a couple (of) hours, the agony of a world record run would manifest itself. The elation would be replaced by fear. I would be urinating quantities of blood and vomiting black mucous. The race left me so totally...
RT Column By Grace Kalac At the conclusion of the 2006 Australian Cross Country Championships, an awestruck eleven-year-old Luke Mathews approached sixteen-year-old Ryan Gregson at Hobart Airport, hoping that Gregson would trade state team singlets with him. Mathews, who had won the Under 12s race the day before, had watched Gregson finish...
https://youtu.be/YSRQ0vaUGIQ #LittleKing | RT Interview with Ryan Gregson Runner's Tribe: Within the span of 8 days you achieved a 3:34.27 at the Rome DL, a 3:35.50 at the Birmingham, and 3:52.59 in the Dream Mile with a worst place finish at a Diamond League of 6th. How rewarding for you are...
Farewell to the Maputo Express A look at the long and Illustrious career of Maria Mutola © 2016 The Runner's Tribe, all rights reserved. Rewind to 1991, a lifetime ago, but for an 18 year old from Mozambique, mature beyond her years, it marked the beginning of the road. 17 years have...
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RT Interview with Zoe Buckman. Zoe was the first Australian female to make a world champs 1500m final. She accomplished this in Moscow 2013 after winning her semi-final. Zoe already has the 1500m Rio qualifier, which she achieved at the Prefontaine Classic 2015. Zoe trains with the Melbourne Track Club...
Hits from the Archives: Lachlan Renshaw Interview This interview was initially published on Runner’s Tribe in mid-2008. Long since lost in cyberspace, we restore this piece for more to enjoy. At this year’s World Athletics Tour meet in Melbourne a bomb was dropped by twenty-year-old Sydney-sider, Lachlan Renshaw. Renshaw won the...