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What does a win at all cost attitude actually cost? Tune in to this brilliant podcast by On Point. A deep dive into Nike's thirst for victory, win at all cost culture, Alberto Salazar and if a reckoning for elite athletes is upon us.
Brad assesses his workouts relative to his age and considers options as Sydney reopens. Julian’s back at work and in the tribulations of running while still learning to be a Dad. Brady has a bit of a challenging week in Echuca as he prepares for the Melbourne Marathon. Boston Marathon won by...
NN Running Team are delighted to announce one of the world’s most gifted distance runners of her generation Letesenbet Gidey, the world 5000m and 10,000m record-holder, has joined the NN Running Team.
It’s a full house at the fifth edition of the Margaret River Ultra Marathon set for 7 May 2022 in south-west, Western Australia, having reached capacity of 1,500 participants within six weeks of entries opening.
Olympian Jess Stenson (nee Trengove) competing in her first marathon in three years catapulted herself right back in the mix, clocking a PB of 2:25.13. Her time was amazingly the 4th fastest of all-time by an Australian and is the fastest ever by an Australian, on Australian soil.
A very sad day for sport with the passing of world record holder Agnes Tirop at 25-years-of-age.  Tirop was found Wednesday with multiple stab wounds. Kenyan police have confirmed her husband is the main suspect.
This episode is brought to you by our coffee partners at St. Ali. Brad hangs with Jye Edwards & Rorey Hunter down at Mulligans Flat. Julian strings together some more continuous running and gets used to Dad life. Brady rediscovers the importance of team culture at the Bat’s 10K Time Trial when...
Mary Cain has filed a $20 million lawsuit against Alberto Salazar, her former coach, and Nike, who employed both Cain and Salazar within the now defunct Nike Oregon Project.
Four-time Olympian Jeff Riseley is putting his immense experience and knowledge to use, launching his own coaching business - Momentum Running.
CHICAGO -- In today’s 43rd running of the Bank of America Chicago Marathon race organizers and participants celebrated the return to in-person racing 728 days after its last finish line closed. Under cloudy skies and less-than-ideal race conditions, 26,000 participants traveled through 29 Chicago neighborhoods to make history as the...