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Awesome original content from Run Culture – Posted with permission by Runner’s Tribe – www.runculture.org – Dane Verwey Ridders, thanks for agreeing to be on the ‘griller’ the third interview of the Run Culture Blog, a segment where we strip back and get a bit interesting with inspiring members of the running...
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Patrick Tiernan Interview post Men's 5K - Prefontaine Classic 2017, thanks to Matt Lynch.
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MELBOURNE TRACK CLUB 8x1km repeats Featuring Rio 2016 Olympic 1500m Finalist, Ryan Gregson, and crew. Interview by RT with Brittany McGowan (2016 National 800m Champion). The session- Gregson completed 8x1km repeats with 60 seconds recovery in between each rep, averaging 2:55 mins per Km. The final rep was completed in 2:40 by...
Road to Rio Interview with Genevieve LaCaze: 3,000m Steeplechase & 5,000m Genevieve LaCaze is in the form of her life, which is a result of consistent, quality training guided by her coach and Melbourne Track Club founder, Nic Bideau. Over the last two months, LaCaze has run seven consecutive personal...
Brett Robinson is no stranger to the international stage, having previously competed in a plethora of World Outdoor, Indoor and Cross Country Championships. The Rio Olympics, however, will mark Robinson’s Olympic debut. Runner’s Tribe caught up with the 5000 metre specialist and former World Championship finalist for this Q...
Runner's Tribe Interview with NCAA Division I Cross Country Champion, Pat Tiernan By Grace Kalac for Runner's Tribe Runner’s Tribe caught up with Australian Rio Olympian Patrick Tiernan to chat about his NCAA Division I Cross Country Championship victory on November 19th in Terre Haute, Indiana. Tiernan, who has been studying...
Ella Nelson: The Best is Yet to Come By Grace Kalac for Runner's Tribe The start of the 2016 season for rising sprint star Ella Nelson could not have been more flawless. By April, twenty-two-year-old Nelson, coached by Sydney’s Michael Dooley, had surpassed the Olympic qualifying standard numerous times, and boasted...
Tani Ruckle is Australia’s 12th fastest female marathon runner of all-time. Introduction by Len Johnson First, she couldn’t run. Then she couldn’t run without outside pacemaker assistance. Then – well, OK, she could run, but she was just some slightly wacky Canadian fitness trainer with the crazy ambition of representing Australia. Running...
Milly Clark produced a marathon debut that could just go down as the best ever by an Australian. Clark clocked in at 2:29.07 finishing 3rd in the Amsterdam Marathon yesterday. Thus achieving the qualifier for Rio in outstanding fashion. We’re looking forward to Milly’s next RT Journal, but for now it’s time...
The below interview is thanks to Neil MacDonald, who caught up with Georgie in January 2004.  With Neil’s permission, the interview has been restored so that today’s generation can enjoy reading about the teenage phenom that was Georgie Clarke. Neil MacDonald managed the Geelong Region Cross Country team from 2000-2007. HEY THERE,...
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