Recent Articles

The Snowshoe Grind: Grouse Mountain’s winter alternative

The lesser-known, 4.3-km out-and-back runs from the top station of the tramway to the summit of Dam Mountain, just north of Grouse

Rachel Cliff is out for Marathon Project on Dec. 20

The former Canadian record holder has been dealing with tendinitis and doesn’t want to jeopardize her build-up for Tokyo

Desert Solstice: will the 24-hour world record go down this weekend?

In 24-hour racing, anything is possible

Apple Maps update will make Canadians’ next run in a new city a breeze

The new Maps update unlocks a host of features for travellers

U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials winner Aliphine Tuliamuk announces she’s pregnant

The baby is due in February, leaving just enough time to recover and train for Tokyo

Kilian Jornet drops out of 24-hour world record attempt after 11 hours

The runner left the track with extreme dizziness. Five runners remain

Former Alberta premier Rachel Notley runs and chats with ultrarunners

On a beautiful morning in September, we were all just runners

Why recovery is the key to performance

Runners can optimize their performance by implementing a sound recovery strategy

National records, world leads set at Doha Diamond League

McSweyn set an Australian record in the 1,500m while Kipyegon, Obiri and others set world leading times in their events

John Harrison Pockler sets new Bruce Trail FKT

Pockler took four hours off Adam Burnett’s 2017 end-to-end record

The Speed Project DIY: radical representation creates radical participation

Team BIPOC RUNNERS saw a major outpouring of support for the run

Meet Rod Waterlow, the oldest Boston Marathon 2020 qualifier

At 83, the Vancouver resident is set to run the 2020 Virtual Boston Marathon on Sunday