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In this extensive Runner’s Tribe series the world’s best ultra and trail runners share their training. Every few days we will be posting a new athletes’ weekly program during a peak training period. Next up we have well known entrepreneur triathlete, ultra marathon runner, and USAT coach, Katie Godec. ...
Luke Mathews is the man of the moment when it comes to Aussie middle-distance running. A true 800m/1500m runner, Mathews has shown himself to be a cunning tactician. The 2018 Commonwealth Games 800m bronze medallist finished his 2018-19 Australian domestic season unbeaten, dispatching along the way huge names such...
Aussie Athletes Q and A Series featuring Rising Middle Distance Super Talent, Matthew Ramsden - Ready for Leonora Profile: DATE OF BIRTH - 23 JUL 1997 DISCIPLINE PERFORMANCE WIND PLACE DATE 800 Metres 1:51.56 Perth (AUS) 26 FEB 2017 1500 Metres 3:39.39 Los Angeles, CA (USA) 18 MAY 2017 One Mile 3:59.80 Eugene (USA) 27 MAY 2017 3000 Metres 8:09.07 Melbourne (AUS) 05 DEC 2015 5000 Metres 13:36.9h Perth (AUS) 22 JAN 2015 You're currently training...
Not long ago, Morgan Mitchell was our next big hope over 400m.  When news broke post 2018 Commonwealth Games that Morgan was changing event and becoming a half-miler, it turned some heads.  But Morgan didn’t just make a casual change, she went all-in, teaming up with one of the...
Milly Clark clocked a world class time of 2:29.07 in her major marathon debut to take third place and a Rio qualifying time at the 2015 Amsterdam Marathon. Her blistering run in Europe saw her move into the history books as the eighth fastest Australian female marathon runner of...
Runner’s Tribe is currently running a large series of interviews with the best athletes on the planet. We will find out how they are handling the current situation, delve into some training talk, what inspires them and more. For our sixth interview in the series, we speak to Malta national...
Where are you at in your travels? I am currently sitting onboard a flight from Canberra to Brisbane. Having returned from American to Australia in early July, I have spent my time training at the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) in Canberra and Griffith University on the Gold Coast. Although the...
A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe The moments preceding dawn are laden with mystery. There is a glowing darkness during this time, a sense that even the shadows seem friendlier. An atmospheric calm sweeps the land with the tiniest breath of wind. The world is at its most peaceful....
The below interview is thanks to Neil MacDonald, who caught up with Lee Troop in June 2001.  With Neil’s permission, the interview has been restored so that today’s generation can appreciate this outstanding read. Neil MacDonald managed the Geelong Region Cross Country team from 2000-2007. “TROOPY” UNCUT  By Neil MacDonald Lee Troop is one of...
RT Interview with Aussie sprint sensation Jack Hale Runner's Tribe recently caught up with Australia's fastest ever junior sprinter and potential sprint megastar, Jack Hale for a chat. (Phone interview transcribed by RT). Where are you currently at with training and life? I had World Champs just over 3 months ago, so since...