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Our first ever HOKA Mach review, will not be out last. One of HOKA’S nicest rides to date. The Mach 4 is a shoe designed as a sort of cross between a daily trainer, and lightweight speed shoe. It is lightweight, durable, and fast.  In the HOKA range, it fits somewhere between the Rincon and the Clifton. We whacked 84K into our pair, below is the rundown.
The Decathlon heats up. World record-holder, the Frenchman Mayer, who had struggled with injury, is coming back. He'll challenge our man Ash Mooney & favourite Damian Warner. Aussie Cedric Dubler has a hamstring problem and will struggle. Warner is carrying winning form from his tremendous performance in Gotzis.
Runner’s Tribe is on a mission to chat with the world’s best runners. Follow along for training insights, cool stories, and loads of banter. Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/au/podcast/runners-tribe-podcast/id1563338165 PodBean: https://runnerstribe.podbean.com/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/2ghTB6vJMUiLPtsszNpeA5 Pocket Casts: https://pca.st/60au7ktm Brought to you by host Dan Wallis, episode 8 of the Runner’s Tribe podcast is with a renowned physiotherapist and...
Ahead of next month’s World Athletics Awards 2021, World Athletics is delighted to announce the five nominees for the 2021 Male Rising Star Award to recognise this year's best U20 athlete. The nominations reflect the many incredible performances that the sport has witnessed this year, at the World Athletics U20 Championships...
In New York on Saturday (29/1), Australia's Ollie Hoare celebrated his 25th birthday with the biggest win of his career, when he beat a great field to win the prestigious Wanamaker Mile  New York's annual Millrose Games.
Tokyo bronze medallist Ash Moloney is poised to win Australia’s first heptathlon medal at a World Athletics Indoor Championships, but an enduring knee problem has hindered him from performing at his peak in Belgrade, Serbia on Day 1 of competition.
Jack Rayner has obliterated his old 5000m PB by 28 seconds at Oslo's famous Bislett Games, clocking 13:06 to move to 3rd on the Australian all-time 5000m rankings list. Only legends Craig Mottram and Stewart McSweyn have run faster. He moves past close friends Collis Birmingham and Brett Robinson, and is doing so moves Robinson out of the top-10 list.
The American marathon star Keira D’Amato heads the women’s elite field for this Sunday’s BMW BERLIN-MARATHON. The 37-year-old national record holder is the fastest woman in the field with her time of 2:19:12 and the only one to have broken the landmark barrier of 2:20. Organisers of the BMW BERLIN-MARATHON have registered 45,527 runners from 157 nations for the 48th edition of the event. Germany’s most spectacular road race is part of the Abbott World Marathon Majors (AWMM) and is also a Platinum Label Road Race of the international athletics federation, World Athletics.
This Episode is proudly brought to you by lululemon. Athleisure brand lululemon and Movember, proudly unite for the third year of their partnership, to improve men’s well-being through movement, mindfulness and connection. Check out the lululemon x Movember Capsule collection at lululemon.com.au Andy Buchanan guest hosts to talk about training...
The big picture numbers were more stable too. Australia got three medals in Tokyo – Nicola Olyslagers silver in the high jump, Moloney and Barber bronzes in the decathlon and javelin. It was three again in Eugene only this time Patterson and Barber contributed gold with Kennedy getting a bronze.