Training for a goal race takes meticulous planning, constant feedback and monitoring of every session.

We learn about your goals, lifestyle and running strengths and weaknesses and tailor a custom program to reach your goal.


Gemma Maini

Gemma is a 5000m and 10,000m specialist with many years of personal experience under her belt. Gemma has been a 2-time Australian Representative in the World Cross Country Championships in 2015 and 2017. She returned from a full-scholarship over in the US where she attended Idaho State University and has learned the value of consistency in achieving your goals. Results don’t occur over-night but are the result of consistent training over an extended period, consistent strength work, consistent sleep and recovery and a consistent healthy diet.


Gemma continues to pursue her goals on the Track, Cross Country and out on the roads and has a passion for assisting other achieve their own personal bests. With her many years of experience, different training methods and a zest for all things running she is here to assist you to chase your own Personal Bests over these shorter distances.


Her career highlights to date include:

  • Representing Australia in the World Cross Country Championships in Uganda, 2017

  • Representing Australia in the World Cross Country Championships in China, 2015

  • 1st Puffing Billy Fun Run, 2017

  • 1st Run Melbourne 10km, 2016

  • 2nd Australian Cross Country Championships, 2016

  • 2nd Sydney Track Classic 5000m

  • 3rd Gold Coast 10km, 2016

Brady Threlfall

Brady offers a unique opportunity to be coached by a distance runner who not only knows what to do to improve your performance but also has a proven track record of running and coaching success. 


He is currently one of Australia's elite marathon runners, has won the Australian Half Marathon Championships bronze medal, the Victorian Marathon title and has been a state representative on 9 occasions. 


Brady has impressive PBs in the 3km (8.20), 5km (14.19), 10km (30.05), Half Marathon (1.06.16) and Marathon (2.19).


Remarkably over his 14-year running career, Brady has suffered no major injuries and has been able to compete at a high level for an extended period of time. 


As the host of the Inside Running Podcast, Brady has interviewed some of the most elite athletes and experts in the running field and gathered a range of knowledge from his time in the sport. 


His career highlights to date include:


  • 1st - Run Melbourne Half Marathon, 2016, 2017, 2018

  • 1st - Melbourne Marathon Victorian Champion, 2016 (7th overall)

  • 3rd - Run for the Kids, 2015

  • 3rd - Sydney Half Marathon, 2014

  • 13th - Nobeoka Marathon, Japan, 2018

  • 25th - Berlin Marathon, 2018

Matt Davy

Matt has been running competitively for 17 years, where he has competed at a state and national level.


He started specialising in marathon running in 2014, where in his debut at the Melbourne Marathon finished 12th in a time of 2hours 24 minutes. From there he has competed and gained invaluable experience in the Chicago Marathon, Lake Biwa Marathon and Rotterdam Marathon. In 2017 he won the Auckland Marathon.


Throughout his running journey, he has built up a wealth of knowledge around different training principles, strength and conditioning, mindset and nutrition. Matt is a firm believer that running does not only bring about health benefits, but is a fantastic stress reliever, gives you the opportunity to see some amazing sights, allows you to meet fantastic people and builds your resilience.


His career highlights to date include:


  • 1st - Auckland Marathon, with a PB of 2hrs 24min, 2017

  • 1st - Australia Day Fun Run 10km, 2016

  • 1st - Australia Day Fun Run 10km, 2015

  • 1st - Warburton Half Marathon, 2014

  • 2nd - Arthurs Seat Challenge, 2017

  • 9th - Australian Cross Country Championships, 2014

  • 12th - Melbourne Marathon, 2014

  • 28th - Rotterdam Marathon, 2017

Zac Newman

Zac is a long distance runner with a wealth of experience in track, cross country and road races spanning over 20 years of training and competitive experiences across the globe.


He has competed in major marathons including London, Chicago and the prestigious Lake Biwa Marathon in Japan, as well as finishing in the top 10 at the Melbourne Marathon on two occasions.


As a junior, he was a state representative at numerous Australian Cross Country Championships. 

Moving into the senior ranks, Zac's success has been on the road, collecting state titles across the half marathon and full marathon distance. As well as wins at the Run Melbourne, Great Ocean Road Half Marathon, and Townsville Marathon Festival.

Zac is highly motivated and loves drawing upon his experiences over the years to help others reach goals, He is a big believer in consistency and constantly improving by looking at and analysing all aspects of your running to boost overall performance.

His career highlights to date include:

  • 1st - Great Ocean Road Half Marathon, 2017

  • 1st - Melbourne Marathon Victorian Championships, 2016 (4th overall)

  • 1st - Townsville Half Marathon, 2017

  • 1st - Victorian Half Marathon Championships, 2016

  • 1st - Victorian Half Marathon Championships, 2016

  • 1st - Run Melbourne 10k, 2012

  • 3rd - Melbourne Marathon 10k, 2014

  • 4th - Steigen Spectacular 10k, 2017

Madeline Hills (Olympian)

Madeline started running with Kembla Joggers as a teenager, enjoying the social aspects of running with a group and the opportunity to travel for competition. Her enthusiasm was rewarded with steady progress, developing from a state and then national level athlete, to gaining selection for the 2004 World Junior Track & Field Championships, her first Australian team. She went on to compete in the 2005 & 2006 World Cross Country Championships, finishing in the top 20 in both races. She was forced to withdraw from the 2006 World Junior Championships, leading to an extended break from the sport.


During her absence from the track and the trails, she focused on establishing her career as a pharmacist, completed a Masters of International Public Health and traveled the globe.


In mid 2013, motivated by the goal to complete her debut 10km fun run, Madeline again pulled on the training shoes. Reacquainted with the thrill of reaching goals, she set her sights back on the track. 3 months after returning to the track in 2014, she qualified for the 3000m steeplechase at the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games, where she placed fourth behind a trio a Kenyans in a PB.


By the end of 2015, Madeline had become the second fastest Australian steeplechase in history, third fastest in the 3000m and sixth fastest over the 5000m. 

She won the 2016 Olympic 3000m steeplechase trial, gaining selection as well in the 5000m. In Rio Madeline progressed to the final for both the 3000m steeplechase and 5000m, finishing 7th and 10th respectively and clocking personal bests in both races. 


Madeline returned to the track in 2017 over 10,000m, moving to fifth on the Australian all-time list in 31.41. She represented Australia at the 2017 London World Championships in the 5000m and 10,000m, and again at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games. With inspiring efforts both on and off the track, she was recognised and lauded internationally for showing the world what sportsmanship is all about, leading a trio of Australian teammates to remain in place to compassionately await the arrival of the last competitor, Lineo Chako from Lesotho. 



Madeline continues her work as a pharmacist, familiar with the challenge of balancing work commitments with training demands and the social scene. 

While she works to achieve more of her goals,  Madeline is excited for the opportunity to help others to exceed their own. 


Her career highlights to date include:


  • 2 x Olympic Finalist Rio, 2016 

  • 2 x Commonwealth Games Finalist, 2018

  • Australian Cross Country Champion, 2018

  • Australian 3000m Steeplechase Champion, 2016

  • Australian 5000m Champion, 2015

  • 1st Gold Coast Marathon Festival 10km, 2018

  • 1st Hobart Cadbury 10km, 2018

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