Six Foot Track Race Preview

This year sees a special running of the Six Foot track marathon, celebrating its 30th anniversary. For our overseas readers, Six Foot Track holds a special place in the hearts of many a trail runner in Australia, particularly New South Read More …

The science behind stress – Why runners can become injured

Balancing daily responsibilities such as work, family or education with our desire to fulfill athletic ambitions is a fine balance.  Modern lifestyles can be stressful.  It is easy to get caught off-guard by an unexpected stressor and precariously close to Read More …

Daily News: The Sharmanator; Climbers; SkyRunning comes to Australia!

We thought we’d give you a break yesterday, but we’re back again today with some daytime (or night time) reading: Ian Sharman tells all on his record-breaking Grand Slam of Ultra Running achievement I always get sweaty palms when I Read More …

When Orienteering and Ultras Collide – The Hanny Allston Interview

If you live in the world of Orienteering, you’ll know exactly who Hanny Allston is – she’s kind of a big deal, in fact she’s more than that, she’s a World Champion and was also the first non-European to win Read More …

‘Being Curious’ – TNF100 Report

The quality of this year’s North Face 100 field had me excited weeks ago. It was one of the reasons I decided to break from four years of running in the event, to take a back seat and watch the Read More …