New York Marathon Report 2015 Indrajeet Aich

In the oftentimes lonesome world of distance running, there are a few genuine iconic events that make all the hard tempo runs, speed sessions and long weekend runs worthwhile.  The New York City Marathon is one of them.  Renaud Herington and I had the pleasure and privilege of participating in this year’s edition with over 50,000 other participants from around the world, including over 1000 Aussies. The Start It is a schlep from Upper West Side in Manhattan to the […]

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Ultra trail Pirineu – September 2015, Pyrenees, Spain.

Winner Killian jornet 12h 35m, Jonathan Worswick 266th in 21h 15m! What happened? How could I take nearly twice as long as the winner when normally I am only a few hours behind? Well in a few words, even though I knew this was going to be tough I still underestimated the event. This turned out to be one of the toughest races I have ever done, and that comparison includes 100 milers like Hard Rock and UTMB.   The race […]

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The next Rejoov Runners training camp will take place in exotic Phuket from May 28th 2016. Our fully inclusive fitness week will be held at the state of the art sports resort – Thanyapura which is located 10min from the beach amongst lush jungle surroundings. This camp is for everyone. It’s not just running AND they have a kids club. You may even catch a sporting celebrity wandering around – Sharapova and Djokovic are regulars as are Jensen Button and […]

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HuRTS Visors – Order here

Order your HuRTS Visor(s) at this link.    

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Race Report – 100km World Champs – C Truscott

World 100km Championships As a tourist, you might not list Doha in your top 5 must see destinations. Sure, they may or may not have the World Cup in 2022 but aside from that, there’s not a lot of appeal to venture over that way right now. As a runner though, you would normally expect to see a lot if you were to head out for 100km run in any given city you visit. For Andy Heyden and myself, we […]

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The Spirit of Running

Grahams Story: On Sunday I ran my first ever marathon in Melbourne and most of it went really well, but at about 35k I was just done, I knew I was not going to achieve my goal pace (3:04:00) and I was pretty sure that my Boston marathon qualifying time (3:15:00) was out of the window too. I had stopped to walk twice and could not see myself getting moving again under any circumstances. Then along can the guy in the yellow […]

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HuRT squad hits Melbourne

From Chris Truscott Oct 12th 2014 2014 has been a busy year for the HuRT squad and for a few of us, culminated in the trip south to run the Melbourne Marathon festival. After many months of early morning long runs, marathon pace tempo runs, midweek speed sessions, niggles, parties, kids & colds – we all toed the line in ideal conditions. Approx 13-15deg at the start with no wind, no clouds and an almost dead flat track. But it […]

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SMH Half Marathon 2014

A near perfect autumn morning greeted the HuRTS team for the S.M.H Half Marathon what has become the unofficial ‘championship’ race that draws huge numbers and is only bettered perhaps by the City to Surf. Meeting place was the popular Stone Gates and after the usual photos, banter, and 8 toilet stops to settle his nerves for Chairman Tommy Highnam we all made our way to the start line. It’s a fast start this race, with most of the first […]

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Andy Heyden – 100k race report

Great experience being part of the England team, course was a tough little circuit, 2.08k per lap with plenty of undulations. Weather was cool and clear and felt good so set out at a good pace and held 4.15-4.20 per k for about 65k. Was fairly lonely as the runners spread out around the course within a few laps although I started lapping other runners soon and shared a few words each time After 65k the two main hills staring […]

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The importance of Base Training by Hanny Allston

A very well written article on the importance of having a strong aerobic base before you engage in fast anaerobic sessions to avoid injuries and systemic acidosis. Max Cherry, Barry Magee, Arthur Lydiard, Dick Telford and Hanny probably know what they are talking about!  

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