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Philo Saunders is one of the most well-credentialed coaches on the planet. Adding to that he is a gifted runner who is still chasing fast times and masters world records into his 40's. He has run sub 3:50mins for the 1500m 127 times! Enjoy this Q&A where we talk to...
Zach Facioni Competing for Wake Forrest
Hailing from Sydney, Wake Forest athlete, Zach Facioni, is a bit of a gun.  A few weeks ago in Sydney, he beat a deep field, clocking 7:51.61 to win the NSW 3000m Championship.  And over the past few years he has been re-writing Wake Forests' record books. We caught up with Zach, to check-in on how he has fared during this global pandemic and what's going on...
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From Runner’s Tribe ADDICT comes the 7th instalment of the ‘Destination Doha’ interview series hosted by highly knowledgable/top distance runner, Mitch Brown. This episode features Australian 800m record holder Catriona Bisset. On Sunday, 21 July, this year at the Muller Games Diamond League in London’s Olympic stadium (and West Ham United’s...
At the recent NCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships Australia's Izzi Batt-Doyle was a serious contender over 10,000m.  The fulfillment of a long term goal to reach the podium, Izzi ended her college career on a high.  We caught up with Izzi as her college days draw to an end to discuss her life as a Huskie and what the future has in store...
Original post by Dane Verwey of RunCulture (Visit the site here) Interview with Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Silver Medalist Lisa Weightman Lisa Weightman is a 39yo mother of two who recently got a silver medal in the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games Woman’s Marathon. Lisa, what a run! 2:33:23 in 29 degree heat, now...
In this extensive Runner’s Tribe series the world’s best ultra and trail runners share their training. Every few days we will be posting a new athletes’ weekly program during a peak training period. Next up we have well known entrepreneur triathlete, ultra marathon runner, and USAT coach, Katie Godec. ...
University of Wisconsin middle distance star Ollie Hoare’s stock rose considerably in 2018, when he stormed home over the final straight to win the NCAA 1500m title.  With the end of his college career nearing, and his sights set on becoming a professional runner, Runner’s Tribe caught up with Ollie for a quick chat.
Runner’s Tribe is currently running a large series of interviews with the best athletes on the planet. We will find out how they are handling the current situation, delve into some training talk, what inspires them and more. For our fifth interview in the series, we speak to T46 (amputee)...
NCAA Cross Country Nationals 2016: 'I'll be giving it a good crack,'- Interview with Olympian and Villanova standout, Australia's Patrick Tiernan (RT) Thoughts on your performance and Rio experience now with some hindsight? (Patrick Tiernan) Rio was a great experience for me. It was my first real taste of international competition,...
A dominating start to the 2016 season saw Ella Nelson post multiple Rio qualifiers in the women's 200m before she sealed her Olympic Team selection by winning the 2016 Australian National title. Runner's Tribe caught up with Ella to ask her a few questions and see how she was...