October 25, 2012 Leave a comment
Check it out!! Hoka OneOne Tarmacs in prime time, on The Project. Great work, Dominic Patrick Seamus Cooley.
Clearly one of Hoka’s Frequent Flyers. 75s in – very classy.
Run harder. Hurt less. Hoka OneOne gives you back your run.
September 17, 2012 Leave a comment
Onya Small!! We’re proud to be the shoes that keep you achieving injury-free endurance goals that boggle the mind : ) Here’s one of the many stories from yesterday’s Sydney Marathon.
Good on all of you who ran yesterday, it was refreshing to feel the first time nerves that were happening all about the place at the starting line.
And if you think Jane’s an inspiration, please give a little to the cause that she gives a lot to.
September 14, 2012 Leave a comment
If you run in Sydney, you have probably met Jane Trumper. In fact, if you’ve run anywhere, there’s a good chance you’ve met Jane Trumper.
She’ll be completing her 100th marathon this Sunday at the Blackmores Sydney Running Festival, pacing a number of first-timers, no doubt, in the 4:30 group. Should be a memorable and emotional finish outside the Opera House we expect.
In this interview recorded just the other day, Jane talks about her favourite marathons, her greatest running challenges, the balancing act of running compulsively with a growing family, and her favourite charity, Bear Cottage.
Share and enjoy :)
Good luck to everyone else out there this weekend too!
May 29, 2012 Leave a comment
While it would be nice to have a big ad budget, it’s even nicer to see runners feeling such affection for their Hoka OneOne running shoes that they make mixed media tributes like this one from Marathon Maniac, Valerie Hower.
She thanks her Hoka OneOne for a year of such injury-free running she would have never thought it possible.
May 10, 2012 Leave a comment
Appropriate that runners wearing Hoka OneOne dominated the podium at this year’s Miwok 100km in California, considering the course does take in Stinson Beach.
For Australian readers, the course has roughly the same elevation gain as The North Face 100. With roughly 4,000m of vertical, Miwok’s course records are held by legendary female ultrarunner Ann Trason and 2011 Montrail Ultra Cup Winner and Hoka OneOne athlete Dave Mackey. Trason’s 8:55:49 record set in 2001 continues to obliterate all challengers, with this year’s female winner coming in at 10:35:14.
This video of the race from the Endurables should get you lacing up and running out the door in about 10 minutes flat – great clip.
Mackey won again this year, in a time of 9:14:06, 15 minutes ahead of Price on 9:28:30. Price no doubt appreciated the Hoka freshness in his legs, holding 3rd placegetter Jesse Haynes out by just 25 seconds. Race results also available at RealEndurance.com.
April 5, 2012 Leave a comment
Just received my copy of The Blister. Great Pic of Andrew Vize and some of his crew having a look at just how severely cancelled the Six Foot Track run was going to be this year. Such a shame too, always a great day out.
Did a write-up of our time in Chile’s Atacama Desert with Team Born to Run and the editors over there have treated it generously – thanks very much all!
Hopefully you’ll enjoy the read!