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20 Rules of Kenyan Running

Posted on Aug 2, 2010 in Articles, Featured, Running, Training

We all know that some of the best runners in the world are Kenyans. The 20 rules of Kenyan running are outlined below and are divided into two categories, principles which you should follow in your own training, as well as a couple of factors which are very difficult for you to control.

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Why I run the Comrades Marathon

Posted on Jun 9, 2009 in Featured, News, Running

Why do runners run? Why do they enter a half marathon, a marathon, and who in their right mind would enter an ULTRAmarathon? Why would anyone want to run 89.17km on a road? Surely there are easier ways to get from one city to the next – bicycle, bus, car? Yet every year thousands of athletes from around the world line the streets of South Africa to compete in the 89.17km Comrades marathon, known as “the ultimate human race”.

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Comrades Marathon 2009 Michelle’s Story

Posted on May 28, 2009 in Featured, News, Running

Wollongong runner Michelle M. recently completed the 2009 Comrades Marathon in South Africa. This is an account of her 2009 Comrades Marathon journey.

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50km Night Run in Wollongong

Posted on May 14, 2009 in Featured, Running, Training, Wollongong

With the North Face 100 challenge coming up, a fellow runner in Wollongong, Neil H., decided to do a 50km night run to see if he is ready for the challenge. This is the account of his run:

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