Find a wide range of New Zealand running information. Read about the latest news, results, events, coaching, tips, club locations and more. Buy training gear, find help and get info on cross country, road running, half marathon, long distance, Nike shoes, Adidas clothes, records, mountain running, fitness jogging and cardio exercise. Search the NZ website directory for running links, articles, cheap deals and other free information.
Scenic marathon course through the Buller Gorge.
http://www.bullermarathon.org.nz ~ Details
Latest race calendar, race results, news articles, contact details for every running club and links.
http://www.coolrunning.co.nz ~ Details
Running and walking club for all ages and levels of ability. Information about group training and events. Includes a calendar, newsletter and photographs.
http://www.manawatustriders.org.nz ~ Details
Includes news, membership information, historical results, events, club history, and walk calendar.
http://athletics.nelson.co.nz ~ Details
Information on cross country and road running, including full calendar, race results and reviews.
http://www.napierharriers.co.nz ~ Details
Welcome to fatandunfit.com. The site where I share my journey losing weight and back to fitness with the goal of competing in the 2010 New Zealand Ironman Triathlon. Through this blog I hope my expirence will inspire and inform you on the weight loss and fitness knowledge that I gain.
http://www.fatandunfit.com ~ Details
The New Zealand Running Calendar lists running events throughout New Zealand including 5km, 10km, Half Marathon, Marathon and Ultra Marathon events.
http://www.runningcalendar.co.nz/ ~ Details
Fitness Mentor - how to maximise fitness and loose weight through advanced, effective and personalised training and progress tracking. Tools for event planning, geographic route mapping and calculators for race, pace and body mass index
http://www.fitnessmentor.co.nz ~ Details
Have you ever run a marathon, or even been a spectator, if so, you''ll appreciate the motivation and commitment involved. If you''re not prepared when it comes to race day you can expect many hours of suffering and struggle! It doesn''t have to be that way, of course, if you put in the required training over several months. This requires commitment and motivation, and a belief that the accumulation of all those training miles will help you to reach your goal -- whether this is time-oriented.
When you are seriously working towards a key race, you are using a focused running program. You do your long runs, easy runs, tempo runs and intervals. Great! But something is missing in this picture : Goal Pace Running! Why you need to run at goal pace during your training: Running a race is exciting. I always get nervous in the last half an hour before a race. Does not matter what race I am running. I need to run to the bathroom and feel uneasy about the race. Have I trained enough?