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By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved HONOLULU (11-Dec) -- Before the sun rises tomorrow, more than 22,000 runners will begin their 42.195 kilometer journey towards Kapiolani Park as part of the 43rd Honolulu Marathon. Routinely one of the top five largest marathons in the United...
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved HONOLULU (10-Dec) -- Up until last year, Canadian Olympian Nicole Sifuentes didn't think she'd ever run a marathon. The distance was too long and too demanding, especially for someone who specializes in four laps of the track. Yet last...
By Chris Lotsbom, @ChrisLotsbom (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved HONOLULU (09-Dec) -- With her adidas shoes lightly dug into Waikiki Beach's grainy sand, Joyce Chepkirui smiles a playful grin. Prompted by photographers, she strikes different poses and gradually accepts the spotlight. Though a bit reserved, the 27-year-old Honolulu...
Although we didn't see all our top junior athletes competing in Melbourne, the Australian All Schools Championships still managed to supply an endless amount of highlights. We take a look at some of the athletes that we could certainly see wearing the green and gold at either a senior World...
Eloise Wellings (NSW) and David McNeill (Vic) will be automatically nominated for selection to the 2016 Australian Olympic Team. The winners of the women’s and men’s Australian 10,000m championship races at the Zatopek:10, the duo are also the maiden recipients of the recently inaugurated Ron Clarke Medal thanks to their...
IAAF World Youth Championships silver medallist Darcy Roper (Qld) has won the first of two head-to-head battles with up and coming talent Jack Hale (Tas) at the Australian All Schools Championships in Melbourne (Vic). Taking to the runway for the boy’s under 18 long jump, Roper soared to 7.66m (w:...
Australian 10,000m champions will be crowned winners of the Ron Clarke Medal for the first time at the Zatopek:10 this Saturday 5 December. Celebrating the contribution that the distance running great made to athletics in Australia and across the globe, the renaming of the national championship trophy has been confirmed...
#SUMMERofATHS to launch with Hale, Roper and Peace as headline acts The summer of athletics is upon us and anticipation ahead of the Australian All Schools Championships and Zatopek:10 in Melbourne (Vic) this weekend has reached fever pitch. Entry lists for the All Schools confirm the start of more than 1100...
Stubbs Shows Rio is Clearly on the Radar Gold Coast sprinter Aaron Stubbs took another step towards representing Australia at the Rio Olympic Games, only a week after taking home a $12,000 cheque for a narrow win in the Queanbeyan Gift (in a very swift time of 12.14 seconds). At the Joanna Stone Shield...
Athlete of the Month - October, 2015 We have counted all the votes and the winner of our inaugural Athlete of the Month (for October) is awarded to 16 year-old Zach Facioni. Congratulations! Facioni took the win, polling 76 votes to defeat Jess Trengove (66), while third place ended up going...
                   

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