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More than a beer miler: Corey Bellemore’s unfinished business

Tecumseh, Ont., track runner Corey Bellemore rose to international fame after crushing the world record for the beer mile, chugging four beers in between laps around a track as fast as you can. The once obscure stunt caught the attention of mainstream and social media in 2016, just as Bellemore, a four-minute miler, decided to give it a shot on a lark. His beer-chugging dominance has earned him sponsorships and global media attention, but the 23-year-old wants to be known as more than just the beer miler

Sage Watson’s race that changed everything

The Canadian Olympian takes us back to her final collegiate 400m hurdles race – in which she became NCAA champion

10 fun questions with UBC’s John Gay

Get to know one of the fastest university long-distance runners in Canada

UBC joins Canada West – and likely U Sports – for 2018

Thunderbirds’ cross-country teams waiting for acceptance to compete in U Sports

Eliud Kipchoge on why he loves running

The Olympic champion and fastest marathoner in history on why he still loves going for a run, other than because he’s one of the greatest runners of all-time

Olympic medallist Akeem Haynes signs with CFL’s Hamilton Tiger-Cats

The sprinter decides to pursue his first love, but hasn’t ruled out making Team Canada in 2020

Runner wears Kim Jong-un onesie for beer mile

Houston runner honours a bet, and adds his own autocratic twist

One of Canada’s wealthiest universities still using hockey rink as indoor track for athletics program

Western University has hundreds of millions of dollars sitting in the bank; and yet, track athletes are still training on a dangerous makeshift surface, which encircles a hockey rink. The school is proposing a new surface by 2020 (but not a new facility). After past false promises will the school even deliver on a safe track?

Jaw-dropping times at 2018 RAK Half-Marathon

Kenyans and Ethiopians dominate; course records fall

9 questions with Canadian 10,000m champion Victoria Coates

The 26-year-old Hamilton resident and 2017 Canadian 10,000m champion is on her way to the Pan-American Cross-Country Championships in El Salvador

Sport psychologist Kim Dawson shares mental skills for runners

Wilfrid Laurier University professor Kim Dawson shares her experiences with Speed River athletes and provides mental skills for runners

10 stellar early-2018 runs by Canadians in the NCAA

Highlighting the best Canadian performances in the NCAA Division One so far in 2018