Interviews

You’re currently a Sophomore at the University of Wisconsin, what are you majoring in and how are you finding balancing your studies with your athletic commitments? At the moment I have a double major in economics and political science. That could change as I am attempting to get into the...
Steve Moneghetti The Inspiration of a Generation © 2020 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved “I ran as many days as I could. No idea how many in a row, but over 15 years I missed very few days.” – Steve Moneghetti Profile Coach: Chris Wardlaw Date of birth: 26/9/1962 Hometown: Ballarat Date of...
2019 was a big year from Sam Parsons; a switch to run for Germany and an appearance at the Doha World Championships making 2019 an eventful one for this rising 5000m athlete.  Based in Boulder, Colorado, Sam is busy preparing for what will hopefully be a bigger 2020, with the Olympics just a stone throws away.We caught up with Sam to chat about 2019, his training, and heaps more.
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. First off the bat is two-time (2017 & 2019) Skyrunner World Series winner, Sheila Avilés Castaño. ...
Original content from Run Culture - Posted with permission by Runner's Tribe - www.runculture.org - Dane Verwey So readers, here we are with strava’s infamous Josh Harris, how many rest days are we at in a row now? Thanks for interviewing me mate. I’m currently sitting at 240 days without running and that...
In 2015, the Australian women's 4x400m relay squad made the final of IAAF World Relay Championships to secure their start at Rio 2016. Going into the Olympics ranked outside the top 10 in the world, the team set themselves the formidable task of making the final on the biggest...
A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe On the start line amidst the shadows of descending dusk, Keely Small stood in the wings of history. Her head held aloft, arms slightly parted from her body, her eyes stared fiercely ahead, unblinking and determined. She was only fifteen. For this fleeting...
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 fifth interview in the series, we speak to T46 (amputee)...
At 7:30 pm next Tuesday, May 11th at the WA Athletics Stadium, Matthew Ramsden will be attempting to hit the Olympic 5000m qualification of 13:13.50. We caught up with Matt for this quick Q&A. *Note: Runner's Tribe will be streaming the race live on our Facebook page here from 7:20pm...
Stephanie Howe Violett recently took the overall win, beating all men and women at Bandera 2017 a.k.a the USA 100km Trail Championships after coming back from a tough injury stretch throughout 2016. Feeling like herself again, being back on the trails and roads, Stephanie will now work her way...