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Generally WA is seldom mentioned in any national running news. Which is pretty fair, as not much really happens over here. We have a small population and even fewer who think of running as a serious pastime or heaven forbid, passion. However we’re starting to change that. The running...
Hey guys! First let me thank runners tribe for letting me do my first blog post for them. Here is a wrap up of my year so far…. Leading off my success of winning the 2012 Zatopec 10 1500m, 2013 was set to be a big year for me. After...
What are your major running goals for 2015? One goal really - Olympic qualifying time for the marathon. I'm focussing solely on that - I toyed with trying to qualify for World Champs but I think if I'm going to step up a level and run 3 minutes faster for...
This is my first time writing a blog so not sure how I’ll go but RT has kindly asked me to share my latest running experiences with you so I thought I would embrace the opportunity and give it a go. Before I begin here’s a bit about me “Clare...
Keeping an Even Keel | Riding the Waves of Success and Disappointment Over two consecutive weekends in February, I won two races. It’s been a while since I experienced back-to-back success like that. The successes I had over the previous four years were fewer and farther apart. And even now,...
Interview with Morgan McDonald: Wisconsin Ways How are you finding life in the US at the UW? The life of a student athlete at Wisconsin is a lot of fun! The sport, academics and social aspects are all pretty amazing. The only thing is that it can sometimes be a little difficult...
The Power of Consistency. This season has kicked of with a lot of surprises, with so many juniors flying through the finish line to produce some quality times so early in the season. How about the outstanding results from across all fields during the early stages of the Australian Athletics...
The Lake Biwa Mainichi Marathon held in Otsu, Shiga, is one of the prominent Japanese marathon races of the year. It is a male only competition and has IAAF Gold Label status. What made you choose to compete in this race? Hey Ross & the Runners Tribe community. The Lake Biwa...
G,Day It's been a while since I last checked in with RT, But recently there have been a few changes which suggest my breakthrough may be on the way. When you are not going as well as you had hoped for an athlete will occasionally spend some time reflecting, may...
Interview with Brittany McGowan: A freakishly good year You chose to do you’re pre domestic training up at Perisher this year. What was the reason for this and how do you rate your current fitness with the Aussie domestic season looming? My old coach Pat Clohessy retired late last year and...
                   

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