Interviews

Many of those making up Australia’s fastest marathoners are versatile, capable of performing well at road, track and cross-country, and over a range of distances at all three.Shaun Creighton certainly sits at the most versatile end of the spectrum. Of his nine companions in the all-time top 10 men, only Pat Carroll goes close to him in that regard. Even there, however, it is Creighton first, daylight second.
Jessica Trengove crushed the Rio qualifying time at the 2015 Melbourne Marathon in October when she won in a time of 2:27.45. She ran a two and a half minute personal best time and the sixth-fastest time by an Australian woman ever. What does it mean to you do be...
With an 800m PB of 2:00.81, and gold medals from the 2018 Summer Youth Olympics and at the 2019 Pacific Games, Keely Small is one of Australia's brightest middle distance prospects. Fresh off a huge winter of training, we caught up with Keely as she heads into what just may well be, a career defining year....
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In the Paris Diamond League (August 27, 2016) Genevieve LaCaze broke the Australian and Oceania 3000m steeplechase record in 9:14:28. With her 15th personal best of the season, LaCaze has smashed the outgoing record by four seconds, previously held by Donna MacFarlane (TAS) in 2008 with a 9:18:35.
The fastest Australian 40+ woman ever - Runner's Tribe Interview with Sinead Diver South Melbourne Athletic Club’s and Tim Crosbie coached Sinead Diver has only been running seriously for just over 5 years. In that time she has recorded a time of 2 hours 34 minutes and 15 seconds in her debut marathon...
By RT Hey Ben, it’s great catching up with you on the new RT.  Can you tell us where you are currently at with injury, surgery and your running? Thanks Ross, loving the new look of the site. Ok, injuries. I don’t like going on about them too much - but since you...
By Caitlin Murdock - Runner's Tribe Australian middle distance rising star Imogen Barrett talks to Runner’s Tribe about her scholarship to the University of Florida, her training and life in the US. What events do you do? My main events are the 800m and 1500m.  What are your PBs in those events? My 800m...
A column by Jaryd Clifford – Runner’s Tribe Under the African sun, a furious game of football is in full flight. The young boys dart around the pitch, their skinny legs whirring a hypnotic dance. The dust they kick-up ascends into a cloud of fire that rains down on them,...
Jordan Gusman - DATE OF BIRTH - 30 JAN 1994 Personal Bests to date DISCIPLINE PERFORMANCE WIND PLACE DATE RECORDS 200 Metres 25.75 -1.5 Gold Coast (AUS) 19 JUN 2011 300 Metres 36.15 Gold Coast (AUS) 25 NOV 2011 400 Metres 48.89 Sydney (AUS) 14 OCT 2012 600 Metres 1:20.17 Gold Coast (AUS) 24 FEB 2012 800 Metres 1:48.65 Canberra (AUS) 16 APR 2016 1500 Metres 3:37.97 Huelva (ESP) 14 JUN 2017 One Mile 3:57.29 Sydney (AUS) 23 DEC 2017 3000 Metres 7:52.82 Sydney (AUS) 11 NOV 2017 5000 Metres 13:48.56 Canberra...
 Interview with Nick Symmonds By Runner's Tribe Runner's Tribe caught up with 2 X Olympian, 2013 World Champs 800m Silver Medalist, Run Gum CEO and successful 'Athletepreneur', Nick Symmonds for an in depth chat on retiring from track and the epic journey's which now lay ahead for this multi-talented individual...