Recent Articles

True Grit

Lanni Marchant gets candid about women’s running, recovery and drawing strength from her peers

9 natural sunburn remedies

Some common household items make excellent sunburn soothers

Indoor track etiquette

There aren’t quite as many track etiquette rules as there are for having high tea, but here are some of […]

Why I loathe Once A Runner

A take down of the much-adored running novel

What is the Diamond League and why should I watch?

And how to watch some of the best track races of the year

How well do you know your Canadian records?

How often does a Canadian record fall? With the increase in training knowledge, resources and scientific research being put into […]

WWF CN Tower Climb for Nature kicks off and 2016’s fastest is back

The climb up Canada’s tallest building begins Saturday and caps off with the elite and corporate races on Sunday in the Ontario capital.

Boston Marathon jackets through the years

A look back at the Boston Marathon Adidas Celebration Jackets from recent years.

Celebrating women who run: The womens-only races/events bucket list

Women’s-only races have become increasingly popular and plentiful across Canada. They exist to promote a common and important goal: to […]

My Style: Rob Smith, captain of VRC Flight Crew

This Vancouver Running Company owner explains where his style inspiration comes from– both for workouts and for regular day-to-day activities.

2016 Golden Shoe Awards: High School Runner of the Year – Brogan MacDougall

Brogan MacDougall’s sister was considered one of the greatest running prospects ever to come out of a Canadian high school. But Brogan might be even better.

Festivus for runners: Airing of our grievances

Happy Festivus runners! Air your running-related grievances today but always be thankful for the ability to run.