Join us for the first RMA Calendar Club! We will kick off 2021 with the calendar club by running, walking, cycling or really moving in any way you feel fit for 1-31 minutes or 1-31kms between January 1st and January 31st, 2021. You could choose to run any distance or time each day between 1-31 [...]
As I sit here reflecting on the year that has been it is hard to not have an overwhelming sense of gratitude. Yes, 2020 was a difficult year, and its' affect and its' uncertainty still remains with us, however it was a year that brought much clarity and reflection to what I do here at [...]
The RMA Podcast. Episode 16. Veronika will walk. A mother & daughter journey living with disABILITY.
Kylee Davie and her husband Marcus live in Tasmania, and have 3 children Jordan, Jakob and Veronika. In 2008 when Kylee was 36 weeks pregnant with Veronika, her OBGYN noticed her yet to be born baby had a severe brain abnormality. Kylee shares parts of their families journey with Veronika who lives with complex multiple [...]
The RMA podcast episode 14. Finding my feet & how to be wilder, play wilder and perform wilder With Hanny Allston.
Episode 14 of The RMA podcast welcomes Hanny Allston. Hanny is a well known Australian trail, sky runner and ultra runner, orienteer world Champion, coach, tour guide, author, podcaster, speaker, business woman and owner of Find Your feet trail store in Tasmania. In this podcast we share some of her story from growing up on [...]
Thanks to our unwelcome virus friend, COVID-19, 2020 has been like Old Mother Hubbard’s cupboard for running event options. This year has taught me to run for nature, adventure, friendship and peace rather than big finish lines, PBs and medals; but when Summit Shoalhaven entries opened, I registered immediately. The chance to run in an actual, REAL [...]
On episode 13 of The RMA Podcast we talk to Olympian Debbi Schulstad (nee’ Edwards). Debbi is an an Australian woman, mother, writer, coach and remedial & sports massage therapist. Debbi is also an Olympian and competed in the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games in the 100m Hurdles event, after previously competing at the 1998 Commonwealth [...]
The RMA Podcast. Episode 12. The power of connection. A mother and daughter story. With Mery Jones and Sandi Faddy.
On episode 12 of The RMA Podcast I talk to two amazing women, Mery Jones and Sandi Faddy. Mery and Sandi reside in Brisbane, Qld and are a mum and daughter duo! In this episode we talk about Sandi’s upbringing in a low socio-economic family home in country Moree in QLD, her meeting her husband [...]
Where to even begin? The conscious decision about doing 100 miles at Feral Pig here in WA wasn’t even really made this year to be honest... I’d signed up to do the miler last year but with the extreme heat and fire danger resulting in the cancelation of the 2019 event we were given the [...]
The RMA Podcast episode 11. Reflections on marathons, perseverance & entering motherhood with Jessica Stenson (Trengove).
On this episode of The RMA Podcast we speak to Jessica Stenson (Trengove). Jessica is one of Australia’s greatest runners, particularly over the marathon distance, having competed in many major competitions around the world since her debut Marathon in Nagoya Japan in March 2012 where she earned a spot on her first Olympic team. In [...]
The RMA Podcast episode 10. Cherishing life. Lessons and living with stage 4 melanoma with Sarah Terrill.
In 2018 Sarah Terrill had just run her 3rd half marathon at the Run Melbourne festival when she noticed a blister on the back of her shoulder. This blister was actually a mole and she showed showed her father who was a plastic surgeon for over 40 years. Sarah’s dad saw this mole and he was [...]
The RMA Podcast episode 9. A reason for your footsteps. Living after stillbirth and finding joy in the long run with Emma Luscombe.
Episode 9 of The RMA we talk to WA RMA Ambassador, mum of 5 and Ultra runner Emma Luscombe. We talk to Emma about the experience of losing fourth child, her baby girl Evie at 37 weeks due to stillbirth in 2009, and how this has shaped her journey moving forward as a mum and [...]
Sunday 20th September - 7.13am “Runners this is your two minute call”. As I neared the starting gates, I spotted my husband Dylan walking towards me with our ten and-a-half-month-old Billy bobbing up and down on his shoulders. His little legs were wrapped firmly around his Dad’s neck and he wore a cheeky grin. “Billy didn’t [...]
On this episode of The RMA Podcast we talk to mum of two and amateur trail runner Michelle Hooper. In the light of the recent lockdowns at the beginning of the year, and subsequently event after event being cancelled or changed to another time, Michelle decided to set herself a goal of running the fastest [...]