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By Tyson Poppleston - Intention PODCAST - Runner's Tribe Adam Didyk is Australia's Olympic track coach. His incredible mindset on coaching can be applied to every aspect of our lives. More than just a conversation about athletics, this is a conversation about pursuing the things we love, overcoming obstacles and...
Letesenbet Gidey and Joshua Cheptegei smashed the world records for men’s 10,000 and women’s 5000, respectively, on a warm, still night in Valencia.
By Matt Lynch - Runner's Tribe Now that the new year has come and gone, we begin our journey along the domestic yellow brick road towards the Australian Athletics Championships. There’ll be plenty of detours along the way coming in the shape of the “Summer Super Series”, as well as...
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2017 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved (13-Jun) -- Ole Miss miler Craig Engels drew a lot of attention for his mullet and mustache at last week's NCAA Division I Track & Field Championships. But another man with fleek facial hair stormed to a stellar result,...
Len Johnson - Runner's Tribe Congratulations to Jack Rayner, Celia Sullohern and their teammates for delivering a great result for Australia in the Commonwealth half-marathon championships in Cardiff last weekend (7 October). Rayner won the men’s race outright in 61:01, rocketing past Robert de Castella and Pat Carroll – among others...
This week we take a look at some of our female athletes who are all at a critical stage in their individual careers. All four athletes that we focus on below are at different stages in their careers, but essentially are all looking for one thing - success on the international...
It was once said of the architect Christopher Wren, “if you seek his monument, look around.” Wren’s monuments were the buildings he designed. Similarly, you could say of Bill Baillie, who died on Christmas Day, aged 84, “if you want to know what sort of runner he was, ask around.” Baillie...
By Matt Fox 1) Positives about college in the USA (training in a team, coaches, funding, free college, etc.) Well obviously, for starters, the major advantage of being on a sports scholarship in the US is that you are able to get a free education while pursuing some form of career...
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From Runner’s Tribe ADDICT comes the second instalment of the ‘Destination Doha’ interview series hosted by highly knowledgable/top distance runner, Mitch Brown. This episode features Georgia Winkcup who is making her open IAAF World Championship debut. Georgia, along with a number of the Aussie team are in Italy currently preparing...
‘Calf muscle strains’ are a common running injury. They can be debilitating, painful, and require reduced or complete cessation from running. Short and longer lasting episodes of pain can stem from injury to the calf musculature. The purpose of this blog is to outline the best clinical combined with evidence based approach to rehabilitating calf strains.