Interviews

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,...
Five Minutes with Hannah Miller Kiwi Distance-runner Hannah Miller is making waves this season with a series of impressive performances representing Southern Methodist University in the US. Here the 20-year-old Southlander and Oceania 1500m/5000m champion answers our Five Minutes With questions. What is your best athletics quality? Distance-running success is born out...
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From Runner’s Tribe ADDICT comes the 6th instalment of the ‘Destination Doha’ interview series hosted by highly knowledgable/top distance runner, Mitch Brown. This episode features Aussie 1500m rep at the upcoming IAAF World Championships, Matt Ramsden. Earlier this year Matt ran a new personal best and IAAF World Championship A-Qualifier...
At 35-years-of-age, Lauren Reid is an impressive athlete. From 2:03 over 800m, to a 72 minute half marathon, her range is legit. Recently, Lauren won the NSW 10,000m champs; so we caught up with her for a quick yarn.
Villanova has a strong Aussie connection, with alumni such as Patrick Tiernan, Jordy Williamsz, Sam McEntee and others recently making waves in the NCAA and beyond. Joining this growing list of standout Aussie middle distance runners gracing the Villanova program is Australia's, Lauren Ryan. Runner's Tribe caught up with...
Middle distance man Rorey Hunter has had a big summer. A 3:57 mile in New Zealand, a close second to Ryan Gregson at the Sydney Track Classic, a new 800m PB of 1:47 in Perth, and a bronze medal at nationals over the iconic 1500m distance.  Rorey is now...
In April 2019, Irish-born Australian Sinead Diver, moved to third on the Aussie women’s all-time list after finishing seventh at the London Marathon with a time of 2:24:11. This time was also a 2020 Tokyo Olympic qualifier and the fastest time by an Australian in 12 years. The only Australian women to have run quicker are Benita Willis and Lisa Ondieki. We caught up with Sinead for a flash interview.
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Patrick Tiernan Interview post Men's 5K - Prefontaine Classic 2017, thanks to Matt Lynch.
Kendra Hubbard DATE OF BIRTH 29 SEP 1989 Distance: 100-400m Personal Bests DISCIPLINE PERFORMANCE WIND PLACE DATE RECORDS 100 Metres 11.83 +1.5 Brisbane (AUS) 03 DEC 2017 200 Metres 23.74 +0.7 Canberra (AUS) 27 JAN 2018 400 Metres 53.44 Canberra (AUS) 26 JAN 2018 4x100 Metres Relay 45.36 Adelaide (AUS) 21 FEB 2015 4x400 Metres Relay 3:51.59 Melbourne (AUS) 11 DEC 2014   Where are you currently at with your training and what are the next few races on the...
A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe Dreams and nightmares are conflicting phenomena. One is what we endeavour for, the reason for the toil; the other is simply what we hope never takes place, the dreaded disaster. In running, they are untamed beasts, bestowed with unbridled power, wilfully determining the...