From relishing failures and constantly seeking out wisdom and motivation, to surrounding yourself with a team, here are some expert tips from the tough-as-nails Stephanie Auston.
Trail running began as a way for Kieron Douglass to improve his mental health. Now, the passionate runner and father is focused on preserving his beloved bushland trails for future generations.
The Lion of Athens, middle-distance runner and gold medallist Edwin Flack holds an important place in the history of Australian athletics and Olympic glory, despite never officially representing the nation.
The life expectancy of someone with Cystic Fibrosis is 38. Wollongong runner Bradley Dryburgh is intent on defying this genetic disease, and is running a marathon to raise money for research into life-extending medicines.
Blowing-up in a race is never fun. When it comes at the state cross country championships, the sting of disappointment is even more potent. Myles Gough recounts — and tries to process — a less than stellar performance.
Brigid Kosgei took care of business in the women’s London Marathon, but in the men’s and wheelchair events, it was all about upsets.
In this period of uncertainty, with very few races on the calendar, finding motivation to train can be hard. Practice your running instead.
One upside of a disastrous 2020 is the sheer volume of new runners. The next challenge is keeping them engaged with the sport long-term.