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New Canadian documentary explores Caster Semenya story in human-rights terms

Category: Woman, directed by 1984 Canadian Olympian Phyllis Ellis, is highly critical of the treatment of DSD athletes

Book Review: Marathon Man

Alan Corcoran’s book about his 35 daily marathons around the coast of Ireland is highly entertaining

Maritime Race Weekend is back for 2022!

The weekend of Sept. 16 and 17 will see two 5K’s and a 10K in Eastern Passage, N.S.

Job opening at Canadian Running: Web writer

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“Desert Hell” hits the Marathon des Sables for stage 2

A mountain to climb and a sandstorm make for a tough second day of racing at the Marathon Des Sables

Sand, sun, heat … and more sand: Day 1 of the Marathon des Sables in pictures

A recap of photos and results from stage one at Marathon des Sables

Madness in Morocco: Canadians get ready for the Marathon des Sables

Canada’s Yvan L’Heureux ran on a treadmill in over 50-degree heat to prepare for this six-day event across the Sahara desert

Running 250 km through the desert: it’s time for the Marathon des Sables

Follow one of the world’s most gruelling ultra-races, where athletes must carry their food and equipment for six days in Morocco

Endnotes for “Lloyd Percival and Canada’s First Doping Scandal,” by Gary Mossman

The following notes identify sources and shed further light on issues in “Lloyd Percival and Canada’s First Doping Scandal,” by […]

Lululemon releases Blissfeel, its first running shoe, designed for women

Speculation about the popular athletic-wear brand entering the shoe space ended in NYC Tuesday with the launch of Lululemon Blissfeel

Georgina Marathon launches new Spring Fling race in Ontario

Runners will have the opportunity to race the same course in both May and September and measure their progress

Athletics Canada CEO David Bedford retires over inappropriate tweets

Chief operating officer Mathieu Gentès will step in as acting CEO