IAAF Continental Cup
ASADA welcomes AOC anti-doping efforts
The Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority (ASADA) welcomes the initiative by the President of the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC), John Coates, in comprehensively embracing the revised World Anti-Doping Code (the Code).
Eureka Climb helps build a better future for young people
The race to the top of Melbourne’s tallest building is on again, with participants from all over Australia set to raise much needed funds for two charities and earn the ultimate view from the top of the Eureka Tower on Sunday 16 November, 2014.
Balmain Fun Run announces new naming right partner
Now in its 6th year Balmain Fun Run is proud to announce it has strengthened its long association with Belle Property and has renamed the race, Belle Property Balmain Fun Run in an agreement that runs to 2016.
The deal is further proof of the progress the race has made over the last 6 years. Commencing as a low key affair, the run had grown to become one of Sydney’s best community races and this year will attract close to 2000 entrants.
Race Report: Lamington Eco Challenge 2014
This event originally caught my attention because of where it is. I used to do a bit of bushwalking in and around O’Reilly’s. It’s an awesome part of the world that I really wanted to get back.
The other thing that attracted me to this trail run is the concept: two marathons in two days. I had never run that far on two consecutive days and this would be a great test just over a month out from my first 100km race in September.
Mudgee Running Festival exceeds expectations with over 600 taking part
The Mudgee Running Festival exceeded all expectations yesterday as more than 650 runners set out to finish one of the four races on the program.
As of Wednesday, more than 500 participants were going to take a run and by Saturday afternoon the numbers had grown beyond 600.
Thousands take part in Colour Run
One part fun run, three parts fluoro mayhem, the Swisse Color Run brought about 20,000 people to Sydney's Centennial Park on Sunday in the name of simply running amok.
Wardlaw heads Review
Victoria Sweeps National Cross Country
IMP Runners Conquer Heartbreak Hill
The team's first trip to Sydney was extremely successful! They were fortunate to meet and spend time with marathon champions Steve Moneghetti and Michael Shelley, as well as hear from dual City2Surf champion and IMP ambassador, Lara Tamsett. The team drew strength from these elite runners, as well as 2010 IMP graduate and the first Australian Indigenous man to finish the New York marathon, Charlie Maher, and 2012 runner, Kieren de Santis.
City2Surf: Olympic runner Craig Mottram wins race, SA's Casey Wood first female to cross the line
10 Aug 2014, 1:53pmOlympic long-distance runner Craig Mottram has won this year's City2Surf running race from Central Sydney to Bondi Beach.
Sun 10 Aug 2014, 1:53pmThe bronze medallist in the 2005 Helsinki World Championships said he did not find the run very easy.
Olympic long-distance runner Craig Mottram has won this year's City2Surf running race from Central Sydney to Bondi Beach.
Mottram crossed the finish line in 41 minutes and 56 seconds in his first city run to the beach event.
The bronze medallist in the 2005 Helsinki World Championships said he did not find the run very easy.
Vale John Bromley 1927-2014
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