Interviews

Josh Thompson interview after winning the men's 1500m at the USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships
Shelby Houlihan interview after winning the women’s 3,000 meters at the USATF Indoor Track and Field Championships https://www.instagram.com/p/B8kCwWeB1_h/
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Elle Purrier interview. Elle broke the American indoor record at both 1500 meters and the mile last weekend in the Millrose Games last week. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8W1fxBH-Ty/
Is breaking 2:30 for a marathon a goal of yours?  I’m not big on labels, but I consider myself very much an ultrarunner and I’ve lived with the motto which is also something I say to my athletes ‘you can be competitive at all disciplines and distances, but make sure...
Brendan Davies is the best-known ultra-runner in the southern hemisphere. For years, Davies has been banking incredible mileage and winning some of the world’s toughest races. Brendan never just goes through the motions. He is a meticulous planner and has mastered the art of ultra-running, both physically and mentally....
Michael Roeger is up there with the toughest people on the planet. As many of you already know, Roegs just broke his own T46 marathon world record and smashed the 2:20 barrier along the way. We had the pleasure of interviewing the 'great man' a few days after the...
Currently, I am home in Boulder Colorado with my rear end parked on the couch after my Silicon Valley Turkey Trot race. Training has been great here. Joining Tinman has been my first experience with altitude training. At first, I struggled but then things just seemed to click for me one day. It’s been smooth sailing since. I’ve been crushing workouts and feeling great. It’s been a huge perspective shift from college. The NCAA is a bit of a meatgrinder system.
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 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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Canada's Mohammed Ahmed (born January 5, 1991) won a bronze medal in the 5000 m at the 2019 World Athletics Championships in Doha, making him the first Canadian to medal in the event. He is a two-time silver medalist at the Commonwealth Games in the 5000 and 10,000 m...