Runners in running for prizes with online study
Recreational runners are wanted for the largest online study of its kind in Australia to determine the role of genetics in exercise-induced bone and tendon injuries.
The study is being conducted by AIS researchers in conjunction with Bond University’s Collaborative Research Network for Advancing Exercise and Sports Science.
Chiba Team Selected
Illustrious list of finalists announced for 2014 Athlete of the Year Awards
It is with great excitement that Athletics Australia can today confirm the illustrious list of finalists for our sport’s most prestigious honours, to be presented at the 2014 Athlete of the Year Awards, proudly presented by Eurosport, on Thursday 23 October.
IPC Governing Board to discuss Tokyo 2020 Paralympic sports programme
The International Paralympic Committee (IPC) Governing Board will meet in Berlin, Germany, on Tuesday (7 October) to discuss which sports should be included in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Twenty-four sports are in the running for 2020 including the 22 sports that will feature at Rio 2016 together with para-badminton and para-taekwondo, two new sports that progressed following the initial application process.
TomTom Runner Tom runs the Bridge - Final Blog!
Read the fourth and final blog from Tom Schambron, the winner of R4YL's recent TomTom Comp. Tom's successful 25 word application saw him receive a free entry to the Blackmore’s Sydney Running Festival as well as the new TomTom Cardio GPS Sports watch. Read on to find out how he went
TomTom Runner Tom about to Race - Blog 3
Indigenous Marathon Project: New York team announced!
They did it! The entire team’s dedication and commitment has paid off following the announcement that each runner has been selected to represent their communities and Australia in an international marathon!
Kenya's Dennis Kimetto sets marathon world record in Berlin Marathon
Kenyan runner Dennis Kimetto set a new world record in the Berlin Marathon on Sunday, with an unofficial time of 2hr 02min 57sec.
He became the first man to run under 2hr 03min and his time was well inside the previous record of 2:03:23, set over the same course last year by his compatriot Wilson Kipsang.
TomTom Runner Tom is Running Strong - Blog 2
Read the second blog from Tom Schambron, the winner of R4YL's recent TomTom Comp. Tom's successful 25 word application saw him receive a free entry to the Blackmore’s Sydney Running Festival as well as the new TomTom Cardio GPS Sports watch. Read on to find out how he went using the watch in his training and on race day!
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