June 20th, 2017 by Canadian Running | Posted in Special Feature | Enter your password to view comments.
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A wide-ranging conversation with Justyn Knight, one of Canada’s most promising track runners. He talks about his unlikely late discovery of running, getting over getting beat and how he once told someone he was cousins with Drake
Meggan Franks triumphed despite not having any serious hills to train on while men’s champion Matthew Travaglini says the “Canmore race was the first real mountain race he’s ever done”
This week, how can a city become a desirable running tourism destination? Plus, we interview the teachers who started the Salluit Run Club in the Canadian Arctic
The Canadian marathon record holder joins an exclusive list of elite runners to have signed with one of the sports world’s leading brands.
In this week’s episode, we chat with a man who’s running running across America since last September, dressed as Forrest Gump; plus a conversation with a runner celebrating a 10,000-day run streak