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Hey guys, Sorry for my recent absence. Had the HSC to complete.   Anyway, I am pleased to say that I am no longer a schoolboy! Last Wednesday’s chemistry exam marked the end to my school days. I know it has been a while since my last blog, but ill try my best...
Decisions & Definitions: The Runner & The Working Man   “Regret for the things we did can be tempered by time. It is regret for the things we did not do that is inconsolable.” Sydney J. Harris   I run. I have done so for as long as I can remember, and with...
Running in my 4th Olympics was one of my most amazing athletic exeriences to date. After enduring a few tough years personally and professionally following Beijing 2008, I managed to qualify for London 2012, in my first marathon in 4 years in Houston (Jan 15th 2012) running 2:28 feeling...
Things change. Last year my wife, Skye, and I were living in South Yarra, Melbourne, happily car free, enjoying the Botanical gardens and local cafe scene and, of course, the proximity to great places to run. Racing again was far from my concerns, being content to just run for...
RT note to readers: The bellow article by Steve had over 20,000 unique views within a month of posting. This is such a great way to promote our sport, by sharing the running journey. Steve you're a legend.   The Power of Self-Belief and the Benefit of Youth Naivety Confidence and naivety...
Hi Runnerstribe, I’m back to fill you in on my latest training endeavours. Since my last blog, I have partaken in what is commonly known as “winter’ or “base” training. Training kicked off in early May with heart rate controlled 20min jogs. This dampened my initial thoughts of the base training, which...
It has been a breakthrough year in 2011 for Anneliese Rubie as she embarks on a senior career in track and field for Australia. A place on the Australian team for the upcoming World University Games in the women's 400m came on the back of a superb bronze medal...
RT: Jeff, thanks for your time and congrats on selection for the London Olympics marathon. Did the selection come as a surprise?   JH: It was a pleasant surprise. I had hoped that Athletics Australia would pick a full team, but I was never really certain that anyone other than Michael...
It's been a better period in my running than when I last wrote. Last time I was at the end of an 18 month period of lower leg issues. Now I'm healthy and am running well. I was able to start running in mid November last year and I had...
I will start off talking about the lead up to the season in which I had a lot of interruptions all throughout the winter. It all started when I begun to come back from my break after the 2009 World Cross Country Championships. I was about 2 weeks back...
                   

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