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Runner's Tribe caught up with one of the world's leading ultra runners, Jeff Browning. Below is some seriously epic training snippets and advice from the winner of 30 ultra races.
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...
Age is No Barrier -  Susan Hobson Interview © 2017 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. If there was ever an example that age is no barrier for endurance athletes, Susan Hobson is it. Susan competed in her last major marathon at the Sydney Olympics in 2000, aged 42. To make her...
With Lisa Weightman, Jessica Trengove, and Milly Clark all clocking outstanding Rio qualifying times, not even a brilliant run in London was able to secure Queensland's Cassie Fien a place on the Australian Olympic team. Left to re-assess her goals she now focuses on trying to be the best...
What has been your most memorable racing performance this year? Winning the Auckland Marathon and picking up my first NZ Marathon title in early November would be my racing highlight of the year. I lined up for a marathon in 2013 but DNF so it’s been a bit of a...
In Rio Emma Coburn became the first American woman to win an Olympic medal in the 3,000-meter steeplechase, earning bronze along with the new American Record of 9:07.63. Runner's Tribe caught up with Emma for this chat after she recently arrived back in Colorado. In hindsight, what did this dream-like...
The Australian 10,000m record holder Ben St Lawrence is as close to Australian running royalty as they come. With the respect and admiration of the Australian running community behind him, St Lawrence has carved out a career that has seen him compete at multiple major championships; including the Olympics, Track World Champs and World Cross Country Champs. Now turning his focus to the marathon, in just his second hit-out he lowered his PB to 2:14, and the Tokyo Olympics is firmly within his grasp.  Runner’s Tribe caught up with Ben to chat mainly about his training specifics and how it’s changed to tackle the longer distances.
Bol, Deng, Rinaldi -  James Templeton Uncut © 2018 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. In February, 2017, Runner’s Tribe first interviewed James Templeton in ‘Rudisha’s Agent – James Templeton Interview.’ Over the past 10 months, much has happened. Peter Bol is now under Templeton’s management, and Joe Deng has broken through, well...
  You had a dominant Australian season finishing as the 400m National Champion, and 3rd in the 200m. Before nationals you’d won the 400m’s at three major meets in a row. How strong was your confidence going into the Nationals and what did the victory mean to you? Going into...