The Aussie 100s Run Down

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It’s that time of year when we move into the season that we’ve essentially dubbed, the ‘Aussie 100s’ season. Why may you ask? Well the period around September and October  is where we see a glut of 100km and 100 Read More …

ANZ Ultra Running Makes its Mark

Our international readers will have to excuse our rather self-indulgent post today as we wrap-up the goings on from the weekend just past that saw three massive race take place over the course of 48 hours and some amazing results Read More …

Western States 100 Preview & Brendan Davies Interview

In a little over a week, the World’s most famous 100 mile run takes place over on the West Coast of the US – The Western States 100. So why’s some little Aussie backwater website featuring a preview on this Read More …

The Alternative ‘Race Bucketlist’

David Kennedy, one of Australia’s 24hr track representatives and silver medalist at the Commonwealth Games a few years back recently approached us with an idea for a story that looked at races around the world that were impossible or rather Read More …

The North Face 100/50 Runner’s Survey Results and Analysis – Part Two

Last week we brought you the first part of our North Face 100/50 runner’s survey, which looked at more of the training and mental preparation you guys did. This week in the final part of the series we’re looking at Read More …

The Importance of Base Training

Today we welcome back to our pages, the running talent of Hanny Allston fresh from her win at the Six Foot Track marathon here in Australia. Hanny ran a superb time of 3hrs 41mins, just missing the previous record by Read More …

The ‘Uncomfortably Hard’ Zone – How Much Can We Push?

It’s as sure as night follows day. After the dust has settled from a race, social media is alive with comments and friends that dissect their runs and performances. “Could I have gone quicker?” “What if I had tried a Read More …