Media Articles

A varied collection of media articles over the years.

2010s 2000s 1990s 1980s
 
1999New Zealand's marathon centurions
1999Dusan is the marathon man
1999Golden shoe award
1999The human race
1998Mad but mighty
1998Mountains turn into molehills
1998Chika runs her own race
1997Editorial
1997Long and binding road for best mates
1997A Few Runs Short of 100 #1
1997A Few Runs Short of 100 #2
1997Hail bike hero Maurice
1997Hora's aim: 100 races in 100 weeks
1996Matching it with best
1996A long running show #1
1996A long running show #2
1996Marathon man with a mission
1995Fickel's hoping to make amends
1995Leading athletes for Kempsey Marathon
1995Hero Farmer flies the flag
1995Young to trek the continent
1994Jim's king of the run
1994The marathon king
1994Bob's out to win
1994Hooked on marathons
1994The big battle
1994A question of addiction
1994Jason, 15, in record smash
1994The Man Who Ran Like Clockwork #1
1994The Man Who Ran Like Clockwork #2
1993So long, Deek
1992Marathon's unique duo
1992Win to Love in big race
199126.2 Marathon Tips #1
199126.2 Marathon Tips #2
199126.2 Marathon Tips #3
199126.2 Marathon Tips #4
199126.2 Marathon Tips #5
199126.2 Marathon Tips #6
1991The ancient marathoner
1991Peter's pace is just perfect
1991A race for battlers
1991Peter tackles a Rocky road
1990Peter's up there with the best
1990Where mere mortals excel #1
1990Where mere mortals excel #2
1990Where mere mortals excel #3
1990Where mere mortals excel #4
1990Bob's experiment has him on the run
1990Local runner joins race to Melbourne
1990Long run for science
1990Peter's early finish
1990Robert's running a real marathon!
1990Determined to make a mark in the long run
1990AURA Profile: Gerry Riley
1990AURA Profile: Stan Miskin
1990Cool change for good sports
1990Running battle for health
1990UNSW researchers monitor ultra marathon runner

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Club Rules

All marathons must be:
1. Official Marathons;
2. 42.195km distance; and
3. Completed in a single stage.

Marathons may be on-road or off-road & must meet the above criteria.

Official Marathons

An event where:
1. It is advertised in advance as a marathon;
2. It has a registration process;
3. It has a Race Director;
4. It has published results; and
5. There is a minimum of 3 finishers.

Ultra Marathons

If you run an ultra marathon you cannot count the marathon distance of it as a marathon. Ultra marathons will be listed separately to marathons.

Examples:
1. Canberra Marathon 50km;
2. Six Foot Track Marathon;