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RT JOURNAL: Life on the run - Top 3 highs thus far By Ben Chamberlain There’s no denying that athletics is one of the toughest sports when it comes to facing failure and disappointments. Lining up 98% prepared just won’t cut the mustard and unlike most other sports, you’re not able...
© 2018 Runner’s Tribe, all rights reserved. By Sam Burke, Veterinarian, BVMS. Lonely on those long runs? Want a training partner who doesn’t speak? Sounds awesome right! A well-trained dog might be just what you are after. But buyers beware, not many dogs can handle long runs over hilly terrain, on...
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By Brett Davies The Rotterdam Marathon of 1983, featuring the match race between Australian Rob de Castella (AKA ‘Deek’) and American Alberto Salazar, was, as mentioned in Part 1 of this article, a hugely anticipated event on the global sporting calendar. It did not disappoint. To experience, exceptional performance in...
Eleanor Patterson took the silver medal in the high jump and Ash Moloney the bronze in the heptathlon. Must have been mixed feelings for Patterson – her first time over two metres, a medal, but pipped at the last by Yaroslava Mahuchik’s first-time clearance at 2.02.
Universality. In the long and endless deliberations about the new qualification system for Olympic Games and world championships, who knew about the universality clause.
By Chris Lotsbom, @chris lotsbom and David Monti, @d9monti (c) 2015 Race Results Weekly, all rights reserved LOUISVILLE, KY (21-Nov) -- The fairy tale season for the Orange of Syracuse University came to a spectacular close here today when Coach Chris Fox's squad edged defending champion Colorado by just nine points...
Runner's Tribe would like to thank all the talented people who contributed to our continually expanding free library of exceptional athletics content, geared to share and promote the sport. Below are some of the year's most popular text-based interviews. Ranked in no particular order. CLICK ON ANY PICTURE TO BE TAKEN...
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 When Charlie Hunter clocked 1:44.35 for  800m in June of 2021, Runner’s Tribe published an article titled “Charlie Hunter has...
Runner's Tribe At the Muller Indoor Grand Prix in Birmingham last weekend (16 February), Joseph Deng set an Australian record in winning the 800 metres in 1:47.27. Or did he? According to the records section of Athletics Australia’s website, the mark Deng bettered was the 1:47.48 by Ryan Foster in 2010. All...
                   

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