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Traveling in a fried-out Kombi On a hippie trail, head full of zombie - Down Under, Men at Work, 1981 What do you do when you're trekking around and in need of transport? Well, if it’s the 1970s and you are Australians in Europe, you get yourself a Kombi van. Many young Aussies...
Take a Virtual Tour with 2 x Olympian David McNeill, of the Main Yarra Trail in Melbourne, between Eaglemont and Westerfolds Park, looping around the back of the Rosanna Golf Course. A 60-minute sunrise beach run is the next RT Virtual Runs video to be published very soon.
Article by Tracy Canham - Runner's Tribe Hobart brothers Hamish and Huw Peacock have been selected for a second consecutive time to represent Australia at the Commonwealth Games to be held on the Gold Coast in April. For Javelin thrower Hamish, winning his third National title last weekend secured his place...
Actually, it should have taught me a whole heap of things, starting with: “Why am I still doing this,” but I’m going to dissociate from that question straight away. Disocciation is actually a significant mental condition (see footnote), and I wouldn’t want to make light of it. I’m talking about...
Sure, super-shoes. OK, pacing lights, too. But something’s going on here and (like Dylan’s Mr Jones) we don’t know what it is.
At first glance, it is not apparent what Peter Bol, the Essendon Football Club 34, Simone Halep and Gladys Berejiklian have in common. There are many ultra-marathon footwear in the market today and one of the best is Tarkine shoes. Maybe not even at second or third glance either, so...
Len Johnson Reporting from the World Champs, London – Runner’s Tribe Courtney Frerichs crossed the line in second place in the women’s 3000 steeplechase with a look of absolute shock and incredulity on her face. But shock at what. Incredulous about what. That she had improved by over 15 seconds in a...
CONFIDENCE IS A STORY   Written By Tyson Popplestone for Runner's Tribe In the world of competitive sport, a combination of talent and training will carry us to a certain level, but when we add a little confidence to the mix, we bind and strengthen the talent and hard work in...
Hoka's Bondi 7 encapsulates all that the brand Hoka One One is about, better than perhaps any other shoe.  High stack heights, metarocker midsole geometry and oh so soft midsole foam.  Runner's Tribe took the Bondi 7's through about 150km of road and light trails, below is our unpaid for review.
Afternoon tea with Neely Interview with Neely Spence Gracey Currently based in Boulder, Colorado, Neely Spence-Gracey was 1st American in her debut marathon at Boston earlier this year. She has since capped off 2016 with a PR (2:34:55) and an 8th place finish at the New York City Marathon where she...
                   

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