The new Run Well Crew kit is in, as you can see here last Friday morning, like every Friday morning at the Tan, from 6am!
The new design comes in a lightweight racing style that goes as fast as it looks, so keep an eye out for these beauties around the track.
You can have your very own by joining the Run Well Crew membership here which includes your race singlet, or by signing up for any Full Performance & Support Marathon Training Package.
Or just simply order one through the website and you can have one for just $35!
Congratulations to these great Run Well Finishers!!
Tanya Schulze recently completed her third marathon in London with a new PB!! You can see her flying through London's streets in the top pic. Not only that, but and she's following that up and joining the Run Well Crew in Berlin later this year, where another PB almost certainly is within reach!!
The Buffalo Stampede Ultramarathon took place back in April and Run Well regular Ryan Czwarno conquered this monster in 11 hours and 26 minutes, which was good enough for 16th place overall.
The 77km course began at the Bright Brewery and you might say it was all downhill from there!
But you'd be wrong, with a journey up and down Mystic and Clear Spot before heading up Mt Buffalo before heading back to repeat the course and finishing up at Bright Brewery. With his previous longest run of five and half hours and 56km, this was a big step up in distance, time and elevation - the course has a crazy 4390m of climbing and 4390m of descending!
Ryan was tracking well through most of the race, sitting in 10th place after the descent down Mt Buffalo but found it tough going on the back end of the course with the steep climbs and brutal descents of Clear Spot and Mystic taking their toll.
What’s next for Ryan - he’s already set is sights on September’s Surf Coast Century 100km run. Why the Surf Coast Century? “No mountains” says Ryan, still slightly scarred from the Buffalo Stampede.
This photo of Ryan just after the race, broken but still smiling with the sponsor’s product in hand.
Also worth mentioning that Ryan ( & his wife Lucy) even managed to buy a house during the race!!
Now, that's impressive!!
And not to be outdone, well in distance anyway, one of our longest serving Run Well Crew members, Matt Bull took on the Oxfam TrailWalker (100km) race last month. After a long and comprehensive preparation, Matt " walked away with many unanswered questions ". Plenty in store for Matt this year it would seem, the elusive sub 3 hr marathon beckons!!