Sarah Crowley becomes first female to win Townsville Marathon

Townsville Running FestivalAlmost three hours of pain has earned Brisbane’s Sarah Crowley a place in the Townsville Running Festival’s history books.

Crowley become the first female in the event’s 17-year history to win the marathon after edging out Japanese rival Shigenobu Sato in a lung-busting final 10 kilometres to emerge victorious with a time of 2hr 53min.

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Smooth landing for Blacktown Running Festival

Blacktown Running FestivalMore than 1058 runners hit the streets in the 10th Westlink M7 Blacktown City Running Festival on Sunday.

First across the line in the marathon was Kiprotich Thomas from Hong Kong in a time of 2 hours and 33 minutes, which is 16 minutes outside the course record of 2.17.42, set by Kenyan Julius Maratim in 2008.

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Winning conditions make for a memorable Swan River Run

SwanRiverFor those who rose early for the WAtoday Swan River Run, presented by Westpac, conditions could not have been more idyllic.

 

Sure, it might have been only 3.9 degrees when the first volunteers and officials arrived at the start line, but the sun rose to reveal clear blue skies accompanied by the gentlest of breezes.

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HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS

impIt’s one of Australia’s and the world’s most recognised Indigenous icons – anchored deep beneath our earth’s surface, and in our hearts. Mirroring our country’s rich history and culture, it stands strong, proud and sacred; appropriately located in the heart of Australia. Uluru.

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More than 7000 brave winter chill in Sutherland2Surf

Sutherland 2 SurfMore than 7000 people braved the cold and windy conditions in the the 2015 Brooks Payce Sutherland2Surf Fun Run/Walk on Sunday. Wanda Surf Life Saving Club staged the community event.

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Michael Shelley and Madeline Heiner win Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k

Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10kIn clear winter conditions Commonwealth Games Marathon Gold Medallist Michael Shelley won the fourth Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k in 29:04 ahead of fellow competitor and Australian 10k track record holder Ben St Lawrence in second place in 29.22.

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Kenyan barber trims plenty off the Gold Coast Airport Marathon record

Gold Coast Airport MarathonA year on from the long-standing Australian all comers marathon record being broken on the Gold Coast, the mark was given a further trim by a former barber from Kenya at an age many consider to be past their prime for athletic pursuits.

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Wellings and Deki set huge personal bests on way to ASICS Half Marathon wins

Gold Coast Airport MarathonNew South Wales speed machine Eloise Wellings made it three wins from her three starts over the half marathon distance this morning when she was an emphatic winner of the ASICS Half Marathon at the Gold Coast Airport Marathon event.

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Dent and Mitchell secure Southern Cross University 10km Run wins

Gold Coast Airport MarathonThe ACT’s Martin Dent produced an age-defying sprint to the line to win this morning’s Southern Cross University 10km Run at the Gold Coast Airport Marathon in windless, crisp and cloudless conditions on the Gold Coast.

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Michael Shelley and Ben St Lawrence go head to head at the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k

Australian 10,000 metre record holder, Ben St Lawrence and Australian Commonwealth Games Marathon Gold Medallist, Michael Shelley will go head to head to take out the title for the flattest and fastest course in Australia at the Real Insurance Sydney Harbour 10k on Sunday July 12.

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IMF WARRIOR Run

The IMF Father’s Day WARRIOR Fun Run (The WARRIOR Run) will create a movement to highlight the importance of strong and positive men in families, communities and society, (especially indigenous families and communities), to empower men and celebrate the vitally important role and positive contribution of fathers, uncles, brothers, sons and grandfathers.

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VALE: Ron Clarke

VALE: Ron ClarkeIt was an inspired decision to invite a 19-year-old who had missed selection for the 1956 Melbourne Olympics to light the Games Cauldron. But even those responsible for such a famous call could not surely have envisaged the stunning career waiting to unfold.

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