Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Conditions were wet which made for muddy terrain at the 2017 Canadian Cross-Country Championships.

With races continuously going off at least every hour from 9 a.m. to 2:45 p.m. on Nov. 25 in Kingston, Ont., grass quickly turned to mud. Many runners opted for spikes with pins as long as 15 mm. Take a look at the photos to see what the Fort Henry conditions looked like throughout the day.

One section of the course, a 180-degree hairpin, was moved slightly in an effort to limit the difficulty of the turn. Several runners went down on the corner in each of the day’s races.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Cross-Country Championships Photos

Photo: Tim Huebsch.

Canadian Running‘s ACXC 2017 coverage

Results
Recap
Kieran Lumb’s display of sportsmanship
14-year-old wins U18 4K
Mud corner
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