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If you caught our Two Bays preview last week, you’ll have noticed a pretty shit hot field lining up. and, well the race didn’t disappoint with two stellar performances in both the mens and women’s races. Two Bays results In Read More ...

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This weekend sees the running of the highly competitive Two Bays Ultra (56km) and the 28km version too. Read our preview to see who's in with a shout of winning this year.

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It's been tackled many times before. But it wasn't until a conversation I had just before the holiday break, did clarity of thought really allow me to write this article on 'why we run'.

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On what is now, the final day of 2018 and after a refreshing holiday, I pondered the things I could do differently with my running in 2019. My running resolutions.

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The draw’s been done. The names selected. It’s now time to train for one of the most popular trail races in Australia, Six Foot Track. Having run this race six times and lining up for my seventh next year, I’ve Read More ...

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Running in team events presents a whole new series of challenges. In this article, David Longo discusses the trials and tribulations of his recent Hong Kong Trailwalker experience and what he learned.

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It’s taken me months, but finally towards the end of last week, Ultra168 managed to secure an interview with the illusive organisers of the world’s most mysterious race, Crush the Cargill. You may or may not have seen the series Read More ...

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Achilles issues seem to haunt most runners at one time or another. It may happen while peaking for a race, while trying to maintain some high mileage or seemingly for no reason at all. Most runners first response is to Read More ...

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Towards the end of last week, the Australian ultra running world was about as up in arms as it could be. Up in the Victorian Alps, winter descended upon the Alpine Challenge course. This left many wondering if the race Read More ...

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Following our 100 miler preview yesterday, today the Alpine Challenge 100km race take centre stage, where we find out who’s going to push for line honours. Unfortunately time has gotten away from me for the 0km, so apologies in advance Read More ...

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As we wind our way towards the end of the year, there’s a few final races to cover before we sink our mouths into the festive season. First up is the Alpine Challenge, which this year sees record numbers of Read More ...

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Here’s a cracking ditty from Andy DuBois around why being less flexible can have its benefits for runners. Studies have shown that less flexible runners have greater running economy. With so much focus on the importance of stretching you may Read More ...

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Today we welcome an article from Brisbane student, Daniel Broadbridge. Working his way through a sports science degree, Daniel is an aspiring ultra runner and here he puts forward some of the reasons as to why he coaches himself, rather Read More ...

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 A frequent question we are asked as coaches is what strength exercises should I be doing as a runner and what are the benefits of strength training for running? The first part of this question probably has a multitude of answers Read More ...

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Are the OOFOS shoes the closest thing to walking on air? Do they really help with your recovery after a big run? Find out in our review.

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The ultra racing this weekend took place south of the NSW border, with Victoria and South Australia hosting three events between them. First up, the Ned Kelly chase. It’s a slightly different format of runners chasing each other down to Read More ...

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This weekend saw the Blackall 100 take centre stage, one of the few select races to be a Western States qualifier too, if that’s your type of thing! For the first time in a few years, the neither the heat Read More ...

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Find out how progression runs can give you the physical and mental edge in the latter stages of an ultra marathon.

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This weekend just gone saw two major races in the calendar, the Hume and Hovell Ultras as well as the rather wonderful Great Ocean Walk 100. Beginning with the Hume and Hovell and some cracking performances across all the major Read More ...

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Climbing a hill or mountain is a regular feature of pretty much any trail race or ultra marathon you enter. Check out our tips to getting them right in training.

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This weekend sees one of the most scenic races on the running calendar taking place, the Great Ocean Walk 100km. Having run this one a few times, I can attest to how wonderful a race it is. I would encourage Read More ...

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Down in wonderful South Australia, Adelaide hosted the first six day ultra in God knows how long (will need to check with the statos to see when the last one was). Regardless, kudos to Ben Hockings and his team from Read More ...

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Ever wondered why you get black toenails? In our Patreon article, expert Pete Colagiuri explains why this could be happening and what to do about it.

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Alan McCubbin has been an Accredited Sports Dietitian for 15 years. In that time he’s worked with a variety of athletes across a range of sports, from complete beginners to Olympians. For the past 10 years he’s mostly focussed on endurance Read More ...

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Last week, we featured a preview of Australia’s first 200 mile event, the Nerang 200, which you can read here. Today we feature the Nerang 100 mile field, which while small is perfectly formed. Here’s the low down on the Read More ...

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There was plenty of racing happening this past weekend, with three big ultras across three different States. Over in Western Australia, the WTF 100 & 50 milers took place with some big runs in both female and male races. Here Read More ...

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The race with the best name in Australia, the WTF (Waterous Trail on Foot) over in WA gets underway this weekend. RD, Dave Kennedy shares his thoughts.

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This weekend, one of Australia’s toughest ultras takes place, the Hounslow Classic. There are two races, the 68km ultra and the 21km ‘half’. Our attention today focuses on the big Daddy of the two races, the ultra. The ladies Hounslow Read More ...

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The Nerang 200 miler will be the first race in Australia held over this distance, taking place next weekend. With a number of 200 milers springing up in the US, interest in these events is growing.

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Local Victorian runner, Ash Watson and Queensland-based Deb Nicholl have been crowned champions of the Surf Coast Century 100km Ultra Marathon, while Roger Lay and Rachel Tucker have taken the titles in the 50km race today at Anglesea, Victoria. Despite Read More ...

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When youre training for a big race and you have a block of travel coming up, it can be hard to maintain things. Find out how in our article.

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One of the biggest 100km races in Australia kicks off this weekend down on the Surf Coast. Read our preview to find out who the contenders are.

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A little late, but better than never. At least I’ve got the excuse of trying to recover from my own 100 miler as the reason for not quite getting round to a recap of events this weekend just gone. We’ll Read More ...

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Let's be honest, we all have a case of the "I can't be arsed training today because..." The trick, like anything in life is to learn how to work through it. In this article, running coach, Mark Emr discusses how you can do that.

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Yesterday we took our fingers to the keyboard to give you the GNW 100 mile preview. Today’s it’s the turn of the other races, including the 100km, 50 mile and 50kms – the two new kids on the block. First Read More ...

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The coming weeks will see a plethora of racing in Australia and we kick off with what I regard as the ‘classic Aussie bush race’ the Great North Walk Ultras. Renamed to account for a couple of new races added Read More ...

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In just under a month's time, Australia's first 200 mile event, the Nerang 200 will kick off up on the Gold Coast, featuring eight 25km loops. Read more.

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Earlier this year, Steve Domonkos became the member of an exclusive club as he ran the Great North Walk 250km trail. With the GNW ultras coming up this weekend (yikes!), we thought it timely to publish Steve’s gigantic effort to Read More ...

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