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After returning from a “devastating” injury in 2020, Michael Roeger has once again bettered his marathon world record. Myles Gough speaks to the Paralympian athlete about his latest race and his quest for gold in Tokyo.
What began for Jaryd Clifford as a pacing job for his teammate, turned into an accidental 2:19 marathon debut and another “Blinky” T-12 World Record. Myles Gough speaks to Clifford about his remarkable race and what it could mean for his future in the sport.
After months of training, RunCreature journalist Myles Gough was back in action on the roads, lining up at the Canberra Marathon and chasing a new personal best. He breaks down how his race unfolded on the day.
The fastest Australian woman over 400 metres in a generation, Bendere Oboya is a virtual lock to represent her country at the Olympics. Myles Gough talks to the reigning national champion about taking control of her destiny and striving for greatness in Tokyo and beyond.
The British Marathon Trials are about to kick-off in London. We preview the races and highlight some of the top performers to watch, including Ben Connor and Stephanie Davis, who have both achieved the Tokyo standard.
Almost everyone underestimated Trevor Hofbauer. Now, the 2:09 marathoner and future Canadian Olympian is ready to prove he can hang with the best distance runners on the planet. Myles Gough talks to the ultimate underdog about his unmatched self-belief and his profound emotional connection to the sport.
Less than two months after breaking the Australian 50 km record, Dion Finocchiaro will attempt to capture the 100 km crown. Myles Gough spoke to Finocchiaro about his ambitious goal and taking a risk to race alongside legends at HOKA’s Project Carbon X 2 in Arizona.
At the Black Canyon Ultra Marathon in Arizona last February, Steph Auston looked to secure a starting spot for the 2021 Western States 100-Mile Endurance Run. Myles Gough explores the Australian’s seemingly limitless drive to push through pain in the pursuit of audacious dreams.
The battle to represent Australia in Tokyo was already fierce between the nation’s top female marathoners. With the postponement of the Olympics, a dark horse has entered the mix, and every day she’s getting stronger. Myles Gough looks at the much anticipated return of Jessica (Trengove) Stenson to the roads.