Jono Wyatt is easily one of the best all round runners of our generation, with a 2:13 marathon and numerous titles in mountain running. Read our interview.
Tayebeh Alirezaee has no recollection of her life in Iran during the revolution of 1979. But the trauma of the conflict between Iran and Iraq, is fresh in her mind.
It was her first miler, and what a place to do it, Western States 100. But that didn’t stop 22 year old Lucy Bartholomew from running the race she dreamed of running. She took it out from the front early Read More …
Just over a month ago, Chris Wilder took on the GNW250km and when he approached me about suppling his report, I was naturally very interested. What follows is an abridged version of Chris’ effort.
Ballarat endurance runner Mick Marshall is about to embark on a Guinness Book of World Record attempt for the most desert races run in a single year.
Mick Thwaites lined up for his debut 6 day ultra. Not only did he win the damn thing, he went and ran just a shade under 837kms in the process. An average of nearly 140kms a day. Read about his fantastic journey here.
Editor foreword – When I first started running ultras ten years ago, Ray James was and still is one of the people I look up to. Back in those days, ultra running in Australia was still a very small world Read More …
Adam Connor is a 50-year-old Sydneysider who found out a couple of weeks before completing the Badwater event last year that he only has one kidney.
In this series of three articles, we explore more of the human factor in ultra running from Sydney-based writer, Byron Connolly. We delve into the ‘why’ that differs for so many of us. First up is Queensland-based runner Kelvin Marshall, Read More …
Harry Jones is a Welsh runner who lives in Thailand and although relatively new to the trail ultra running scene has already had some impressive results. Read more here.