The rain held off but strong winds ebbed and flowed throughout the evening, buffeting competitors as they raced to circle the track twenty-five times the fastest in the VMA 2016 10K Track Championships... As for photography on the night; phone cameras don't handle darkness well at the best of times and with lighting conditions less than ideal, the images turned out better in black and white. It seems appropriate for an event held at Collingwood...
When life gets busy you have to sneak in training anywhere you can... Human Performance Development coach Mike Rennie went for a Friday evening training ride, mountain biking at Churchill National Park during sunset with fellow coach Gavin Burren. All the hills were worth the effort for the stunning views...
A huge congratulations to all #HPDev athletes in the 2015 Run Melbourne this morning. A tough course with some solid performances, including 2nd in Division and 9th Overall for Alastair Christy, and a stellar time for Evelyn Kuy's first Half Marathon
Three members of Human Performance Development (#HPDev) competed over the hilly 13.5 Km course between Belgrave and Emerald in the Dandenongs, Victoria.
Human Performance Development helped out Knox Athletics Club staff the 15 / 40 K drink+fuel station of the Melbourne running of the 2015 Wings For Life World Run, on Beach Road, Beaumaris.
A few members of the Human Performance Development running squad went to Lake Mountain for our annual Lake Mountain Run...
Very proud of HPD Aths Squad's performance today at the Upper Beaconsfield Tower Challenge, with excellent performances by all over a tough and hilly course.
Provisional timetable for Meet 1 of the 2014-15 Victorian Milers Club has been released. Human Performance Development athletes Safi Kiellerup and Henry Kiellerup to run in the 800m, Mark Richards and Mike Rennie to run the 5000m.
Victorian Milers Club 2014-15 Round 1 at Lakeside Stadium entries close 17:00 Monday 24th November. Events are 800m, 1500m (top 12 only) and 5000m.
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