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Wins and Losses During the first six months of this year I have had some wins, but also some losses. Here are the highlights and lowlights: Win: I arrived in Falls Creek in better shape than I thought and completed some great sessions. I was only there for 10 days (rather...
The 2011 athletics season has finished and it's been an interesting one to say the least. In a season that promised so much at the beginning it was unfortunate that it all unravelled not long after. After completing a solid training block with the Melbourne Track Club boys in Mt....
RT: Nic, thanks for your time. It was an up and down year overseas for your athletes. Let’s start with Jeff Riseley. He failed in Daegu over 1500m yet stunned us in Rieti over 800m. What are your thoughts for him come the London Olympics in terms of what...
RT: Ryan, what’s the latest? Spending a lot of time on the bike still for cross training? RG: I had a break for a couple of weeks and then started doing a bit of bike work. I’m up on the Gold Coast now on holiday and start running again in...
We caught up with Australia’s high performance manager, Eric Hollingsworth, to discuss Australia’s performance in Daegu as well as his thoughts moving forward towards London 2012. RT: Eric, thanks for your time. Before the World Champs commenced you stated that you wanted 5 medals from the Australian team. The team...
Editors Note: Please note that Athletics Australia were not approached for comment about the contents of this article. Runners Tribe advise that these opinions are of Tamsyn Manou only. There was a time when outspoken athlete Tamsyn Manou (nee Lewis) was better known for her cat fights with Jana Rawlinson (nee...
Firstly I would like to thank runnerstribe and team SIS for the support and also the opportunity to blog. For my first blog I suppose I would like to let you know where I came from and where I am at currently. Growing up I played many sports which...
Hi Runners Tribe, Firstly, I would like to thank SiS and Runner’s Tribe for your support and for this fantastic opportunity. I am an 800m runner living in Hobart; Tasmania can be cold, wet and windy but it is an incredible place to be a runner (as long as you have...
By Daniel Wallis - Runner's Tribe Heading into the World Championships this year is a new Craig Mottram. He’s engaged to be married, has a new coach, and a new passion for both life and running. Getting Back To Europe This summer marks the first full European track season since 2008 for...
My 2010/2011 season did not go off with a bang, nor did it end with one. Well I guess in a sense it did start with bang. I went up to Noosa to run the 5k bolt after a fairly solid block of training and feeling quite confident I would...
                   

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