KENYA's Mary Keitany And Wilson Kipsang Win 44th New York City Marathon

NYC Today was a show of Kenyan dominance and athletic prowess in long distance running as two Kenyan athletes, Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany won big at the 44th New York City MarathonKipsang, a former world-record holder, won the men’s title, completing the race in just 2 hours 10 minutes and 59 seconds to collect the $100,000 payout for coming in first place.


Ballarat Project's Brett Robinson claims Noosa Bolt

NoosaboltBRETT Robinson has ensured  the Noosa Bolt title retains a Ballarat flavour. Robinson took out the 5km event on Saturday.


NSW 3000m Championships & RunNSW 3k at SOPAC Saturday 8 November

Answ This year's NSW 3000 meters championships will also incorporate non-championship 3000m races for ANSW community members, club athletes and members of the general public.


River Run doesn't fail to disappoint with big turn out

RiverrunNUMBERS were up for the 2014 Sapphire City Festival River Run, but despite the rise in participants, some familiar faces came first across the line.

The River Run is an annual event for the Inverell East Rotary Club, and organiser Alistair Williams said 321 participants laced up their runners this year, over the 280 who took part in 2013.


Fight Cancer Foundation still has Gold Entry places available for this year’s City2Sea – apply today!

City2seGold Entries for this year’s City2Sea on Sunday 16 November are available until 5pm Friday 7 November so don’t delay.


Henley Running Group Going The Extra Mile

Henley Runners Group (HRG) is helping the community keep active and have a healthy lifestyle. The HRG originally started in 2009 with Megan Inge and her girlfriend Susan and has since grown in members.


Athletics CEO Resigns

AATHE fall-out from Athletics Australia’s Commonwealth Games debacle continued on Friday with chief executive Dallas O’Brien resigning.

O’Brien, who’d been in the job four years, had been under increasing pressure with the AA board and Australian Sports Commission launching separate reviews into the running of the sport.


Athlete of the Year

AA Glasgow Commonwealth Games marathon gold medallist Michael Shelley (Qld) and new Australian javelin record holder Kim Mickle (WA) are the toast of the Australian athletics world tonight, with the duo declared the 2014 Athletes of the Year by Athletics Australia at a gala awards ceremony in Melbourne.


IMP Ready for the Big Apple!

ImpThe passports are organised, suitcases are being packed and checklists being checked; the time has finally arrived!

The Indigenous Marathon Project team is just days away from arriving in Sydney before jetting off to the Big Apple.


2014 NSW 3000m Championships Supported by The Running Company- Potts Point

AnswThe State 3km Championship is to be held at SOPAC on Saturday 8 November. This year's event will also incorporate non championships 3000m races for ANSW Community members and club athletes as well as members of the general public. Online entries close midnight Thursday 6 November. For more information click here.

Commando Steve champions ANZAC Anniversary 100km challenge in Sydney

AnzacSydney will host its first 100km trail ultra marathon as part of the 100th ANZAC Anniversary commemorations on ANZAC Day 2015. Commando Steve, one of Australia’s most recognised and respected health and fitness experts, will champion the event, staged on a spectacular course of scenic trails through the Kuringai and Garigal National Parks.


Right frame of mind triumphs in Burnie 10

Burnie10BALLARAT runner David McNeill used mental games to overcome his own doubts and training partner Brett Robinson to win the 30th Burnie Ten yesterday.

He ran an impressive time of just over 29 minutes in favourable conditions of 20 degrees and mild winds on the coastal out and back track.


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