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Some people say that the only way to improve your running is to run.  This is not the case. Even the most elite athletes substitute running sessions for cross-training work outs to give their bodies a break. It wasn’t until I had a severe injury (ruptured plantar fascia that meant...
Thanks to Athletics Australia Sign up to Rio Rumba, Athletics E-News by Athletics Australia Day 8 Rio Olympic Aussie Athletics Wrap Three-time Olympian, Alana Boyd (Qld) jumped 4.80m in the women’s pole vault final to finish in fourth position. She finished on the same height as the bronze medallist, New Zealander Eliza McCartney,...
You're just back from winning the Nagoya City Half Marathon in Japan, clocking a new PB. How cool was that international experience and taking out the race win? So cool. I’d never been to Japan or raced internationally so two more goals got ticked off. Wait, 3 - I got...
Written by Jessica Trengove - Runner's Tribe DO WE DO IT ALL TO CROSS ONE LINE? After hours of intense grind, you finally cross that line… you have five or so blissful minutes in the finishing area to soak it up. Every ounce of energy has been drained on the course...
Twenty years ago, I ran the Host City Marathon, the selection ‘trial’ race over the Sydney Olympic course. It was a decision which sits near the top of my ‘why on earth did I do that?’ list. In fact, it was added before the marathon even finished, just past the...
University of Wisconsin middle distance star Ollie Hoare’s stock rose considerably in 2018, when he stormed home over the final straight to win the NCAA 1500m title.  With the end of his college career nearing, and his sights set on becoming a professional runner, Runner’s Tribe caught up with Ollie for a quick chat.
By Brett Davies NB: The world’s most eco-friendly running shoe company is coming. Sign-up to follow their story HERE….   The Reigning Olympic 1500m Champion, American Matt Centrowitz, has thrown down the gauntlet to his Olympic opponents with a surprising return to form in the US on Saturday(24/7). In a specially-arranged 1 mile race in...
On my recent trip to Europe, I was lucky enough to visit a few countries as well as have my first international experience with racing. There are truly no words to express how beautiful Europe is and WOah let’s not forget the amazing scenery that has you spending hours...
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...
No athlete’s career is perfect. I truly believe it’s the ups and downs in one’s journey that defines us; it makes us stronger and more determined. The last year and a half hasn’t been perfect for me, but it’s the lessons I’ve learned along the way that will define...
                   

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