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By Tracy Canham for Runner's Tribe Tasmania lived up to its reputation for unpredictable weather across the weekend for the running of the Tasmanian Open Championships in Hobart, giving the locals an early taste of Winter. For those in the stands there was plenty to keep them entertained with close to...
By Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe As we approach warmer weather, track runners are drawing a sigh of relief as the reps are getting shorter and cross-country is over for another year. In 2018, the competition was fierce and the standards were set high with athletes battling it out for that...
With over 6,000 runners competing across a 951-stair climbing challenge, 22km, 50km, and 100km in the World Heritage listed Blue Mountains National Park 2 hours west of Sydney, Ultra-Trail Australia is the 3rd largest trail and ultra running festival in the world and the largest in the Southern Hemisphere....
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Competitors in the Surf Coast Century presented by MINI saw their dreams become a reality over the weekend in one of the first mass-participation events post-COVID-19 in Victoria.
Melbourne, Australia; January 15 2021 – Sydney has today been announced as the 2021 host venue for Athletics Australia’s Australian Track and Field Championships, taking place from April 12-21.
Entries are now open to the much-anticipated return of the Trail Running Series for 2021; conducted by event management leaders Rapid Ascent. Heading into its’ eleventh year, the Series features five trail run races at a range of beautiful wilderness locations all within an hour’s drive of Melbourne. Races are held from June through to October.
Athletics ACT, are initiating a new race concept in early Jannary, utilising the amazing Stromlo Forest Park for races ranging from 1km (junior) to 5km (senior). The races will be fast, as athletes cruise around the Stephen Hodge Criterium Cycling Circuit, at Stromlo.
In 2021 the ASB Christchurch Marathon will step back in order to move forward. For the first time since the earthquakes, participants will run on the traditional two lap course, and for the first time ever, the event moves to the earlier date of April 11th.
The 2020 Bank of America Chicago Marathon has been canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, event organisers announced Monday. Due to be held on October 11, it was announced on Monday night that the Chicago event of 45,000 runners would not be staged “out of concern for the safety of event participants, volunteers, event staff and spectators”.
There is no doubting that the pinnacle of distance running for most is the London marathon. The world’s best take to the streets of London to race for the title, which also includes a huge field of club and charity runners, on top of the elite runners. 2020 has...