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10 early-season jaw-dropping performances in U Sports

A detailed look at early noteworthy 2018 U Sports track and field performances

Luc Bruchet’s moment that changed everything

A sub-4:00 mile and some major scalps in 2014 opened doors for the reigning Canadian cross-country champion

Should you sleep in an altitude tent to PB in 2018?

Two U Sports All Canadians weigh in on the benefits of hypoxic chambers

Charles Philibert-Thiboutot’s moment that changed everything

The 2011 Canadian university track championships changed everything for the 2016 Olympian over 1,500m

Running renaissance man revamps University of Moncton program

The University of Moncton’s cross-country and distance track head coach has turned around the program since taking the role in 2014

Eric Gillis’s New Life

Three-time Olympian Eric Gillis on moving back to his hometown to become a university coach in Nova Scotia

Team selection date for World Half-Marathon Championships looms, here’s who has made the standard

Here’s the list of athletes who have made the standard

Top Canadian results from the 2018 Houston Half-Marathon

Nine Canadian men go sub-67:00 and eight Canadian women dip below 1:18 at the Houston Half-Marathon on Sunday

‘Shoutout Tag’ with national team member Nick Falk

The 26-year-old has run 3:40 for 1,500m and competed for Canada at the 2017 IAAF World Cross-Country Championships and Francophone Games

Reid Coolsaet’s close call with a career-threatening injury

Not even elite athletes are impervious to injury

John Fish talks running, Harvard, Zen Buddhism and celebrity connections

Fish has shorter term goals of representing Canada on the world stage while also envisioning breaking 4:00 in the mile while at Harvard

‘Shoutout Tag’ with up-and-comer Mike Tate

On the brink of becoming the first Nova Scotia runner to break 4:00 in the mile, Mike Tate joins us for a series of shoutout-geared questions