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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...
You recently finished a rock solid 7th at the Zatopek:10 in a time of 29.09. Were you happy with this performance? I was actually pretty disappointed with my run at Zatopek. I was really hoping to smash through that 29 minute mark or run a PB at least. Looking back...
I am Tom Fawthorpe. A 24yr old middle distance runner from Victoria. The events I compete in are 800m and 1500m. I have been running since I was 13 for Ringwood Athletics club and am coached by John Walker. Firstly I would like to thank Ross at Runnerstribe for giving...
2015 is here, and unless it’s drastically different from other years, a great number of athletes will have spent the first days of January full of excitement and hunger to simply be the best they can this year, cheers to all the New Year’s resolutions that get us back...
By Matt Inglis Fox for Runner's Tribe Hi Garry, thanks for taking the time out from your home in Phoenix to have a chat with us at The Runners Tribe. You are the previous coach of the controversial Jarrod Bannister and now own your own company: www.javelincoaching.com. First things first,...
It’s been a terrific year for you, breaking records, winning races in the outback (Leonora), representing your country multiple times with success and more. What has been the highlight of this exceptional year for you? As boring as running a solo 1500m leg at the World Relays in the Bahamas...
A Finish is a finish: By Emma Kraft I want to share a story with you all; however some of you may already be aware through Facebook of what happened during my race at the World Mountain Running Championships in Italy on the 14th September 2014. I think sharing my...
Hi fellow runners! As I believe it’s important to live a balanced life, I’ll begin my giving you a few random facts about me before I blab on about running for the remainder of my first blog post! I am the eldest of six children, study Engineering/ Law at Monash,...
First of all, how are you enjoying your experience at Stanford? I love Stanford University! Combining both my academic and athletic endeavours in one beautiful location is such a blessing. Were you nervous about heading over to college in the US? And how are you coping with living on the other...
                   

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