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Welcome back! I’m sure we are all inspired by watching the Commonwealth Games especially with a Gold Medal performance by Michael Shelley and a Bronze Medal from my Team Tempo Team mate Jessica Trengove in the Marathon! And of course all the other great performance in Athletics! As you know...
How do we measure success? | A Column by David McNeill Last weekend, I decided to call it quits on season: 2015. The human body is a lot like a computer: leave too many applications open at once for too long, and everything stops working as efficiently. The hard drive...
Interview By Josh Papanikolaou: Date 7/29/14 Runner's Tribe Training for Glasgow: It was quite tough, I was doing a solid amount of volume and there were some really tough sessions in there like 3 X 6km at under 3 min/k pace. It was hard work but I thought I was going to be...
There is something hard to define that I miss about competitive distance running. A small part of it is the training – feeling super fit and training towards a race (or races), but mostly it is the races themselves that I miss. The build up towards a race, the...
This season has been the most exciting and enjoyable, both on and off the track. It has also been a time where I have endured the most change in what has been a very “cruisy” life to date. I have learned many lessons in compromise and discipline and although...
When Alice went down the rabbit hole, she had eaten some “magic cakes” before spending time with a smoking caterpillar, chatting with a talking cat, and drinking heavily with some guy in a massive hat surrounded by flamingos. Most of us can only get this kind of experience in...
Whether it is on the track, on the road, or on the rough terrains of a cross country course, running puts your mind and body to the test. Running asks the muscles in your body whether they have what it takes to push that extra yard, to take that...
Recently, young West Australian middle distance runner, Jonas Aranda received an exciting offer to continue his education and athletic career at Harvard University. We scratched beneath the surface and discovered Jonas is the product of a long line of successful middle distance runners from Aquinas College, which traces back...
By Matt Fox Q: Hi Gen and Ryan, thanks for taking the time to chat with us. You guys are currently in Ballarat, am I correct? How are things going? Ryan Gregson: Yeah we're in Ballarat. I'm slowly getting back into it, and Genevieve is coming back nicely after her foot...
Q:How's the Aussie domestic season going for you so far? A: Its been great so far. The athletics season commenced with The Hunter Track Classic on the 18th of January. I placed 5th in the Open Women’s 1500m, with a World Junior qualifying time of 4:19.55. At the NSW Junior...
                   

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