Tin Talk

Savannah Shaw writes about her running journey, from humble beginnings to signing with Tinman Elite, and the importance of working hard and having fun along the way.
Anthony Camerieri pens a letter to himself at a low moment in his past when he was struggling with injury and finding his place in the sport.
Drew breaks down how controversy surrounding Tinman Elite became a catalyst for evolution, prompting introspection and refinement of what we wanted to do for the team.
In February, the team headed to NYC and Boston for a crack at some big 3Ks. Five World Standards and PRs later, it's safe to say we had a pretty good weekend.
Reed Fischer recounts his recent trip to cross champs with the team and the California International Marathon. the two events offered Reed an eye-opening reminder of the beauty that is racing and running culture.
A Q+A with Tinman Elite’s Sam Parsons, who led the Adizero Boston 10 TME project.
Joey Berriatua shares his list of athletes and moments outside of running that have influenced his career.

Brian Barraza recaps the team's training camp in Phoenix, the breakthroughs he's made in training, and how he's translated that progress into PRs.

In the first installment of the “How Are You Doing?” series, Drew Hunter opens up about his decision to pull out of the 2019 IAAF World Championships, struggling with his injury, and finding happiness in the past few months.