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Episode Intro In this episode, we have an inspiring conversation with professional runner Joe Klecker. If you're a runner or simply passionate about the sport of Track and Field, this episode is for you.  Throughout our conversation, Joe shares valuable insights into the world of competitive running, from the importance of...
Reece Edwards of Road to Osaka fame joins in and talks about his recent changes in coaching, as well as what’s ahead for him in racing. Brad gets a lot done in the rain and supports his athletes out at Canberra Marathon. Brady pops down to Princes Park with Lululemon for the launch of their new shoe.
Stewy McSweyn missed hitting the 1000m national record at the Box Hill Burn, with Andrew Coscoran from Ireland stealing the show again to take the win in 2:19.36, with fellow Irishman Paul Robinson taking third. Brook Feldmeier from the USA won the Women’s 1000m in 2:51.82, ahead of Cleo Richardson and Rachel O’Brien.
Episode Notes When it comes to the sport of running, every sprint, every breath, and every challenge is a testament to the resilience and spirit of an athlete. Today on the RunnersTribe podcast, I dive into the remarkable journey of a good friend of mine, Will Leer, a former professional...
Lauren Ryan runs the National Record, Olympic Qualifier of 30:35.66 at The Ten Sound Running Meet in San Juan Capistrano, breaking Benita Willis’ long standing record. Holly Campbell was also in the race, running 31:44.67. Jack Rayner also ran a National Record of 27:09.57, breaking his own previous mark however falls short of the Olympic Qualifier time.
Australian team for World Cross Championships announced for Belgrade, Serbia held Saturday 30th March. The team notably will field full teams except for the Open Women’s Team which will only feature Paige Campbell and Melissa Duncan from winning the trials at Stromlo, as well as the fact that competing and representing Australia will come at the expense of the athlete. Other featured athletes will include Pat Tiernan, as well as trials winners Haftu Strintzos and Liam Adams.
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Cameron Myers wins the 1500m at NSW Milers Meet at Bankstown in an Olympic Qualifier of 3:33.30, with Jesse Hunt running a breakout 3:33.64 just off the Qualifier with Jake Wightman of Great Britain in third at a stacked field.
Maurie Plant Meet started off with Claudia Hollingsworth 1:59.81 for the win and U20 National Record against a stack field, leading ahead of Abby Caldwell and Catriona Bisset on the podium. Claudia joins in for a chat about her performance on the night as well as how a typical training week for her goes, how she approaches racing and what her plans are for the year ahead.
Kelvin Kiptum, the marathon world record holder of Kenya aged 24 has died in a road accident alongside his coach, Gervais Hakizimana of Rwanda who was the national record holder in the steeplechase. Kiptum burst onto the athletics scene with his record debut in the 2022 Valencia Marathon in 2:01:35, then went to set the course record at the 2023 London Marathon in 2:01:25 before becoming the first man to run under two hours and one minute with his performance of 2:00:35 at the 2023 Chicago Marathon, which was just ratified as the world record just last week. He was set for an attempt to run under two hours at this year’s Rotterdam Marathon.