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What five Saskatoon runners have to say about running in extreme cold

Think running in your region is cold? These five runners from Saskatoon have some cold-weather running advice for you

It has been a tough year. Without racing, I’m not my whole self

After injury took her out of the racing scene in 2017, this runner realized why she needs to race

I’m a prairie girl and I can make a case for sub-zero running…

When I was living in Saskatoon, running in temperatures as low as – 50 were a reality

My panic attacks during the run led me to discover my ADHD. Here’s my coping method:

When she got to the bottom of her panic attacks, it was a cue that she was suffering from ADHD. Two years later, she reveals the tactic that helped

Shalane Flanagan versus Desiree Linden: Why Boston 2018 will be iconic for women’s running

The 2018 Boston Marathon could be the marathon of the year and it will certainly be a huge one for the elite women’s running community

What a recent running fail is teaching me about self-care

How a recent illness taught this runner about proper self care

Sleep deprivation caused me to crash and burn… lesson learned

Experts don’t praise proper sleep for no reason… as one runner learned the hard way

I ditched my life in daily news to pursue running and writing on my own terms

The career she worked on just wasn’t for her… so she quit her job to pursue writing and running

When teammates build each other up and provide support, you get stars like Shalane Flanagan

You can build each other up or knock each other down. Shalane Flanagan and her team members are products of the former

Shalane Flanagan: What makes for an all-time great distance runner

Flanagan’s instincts told her it was time to go and off she went, never to look back

What the careers of Shalane Flanagan and Meb Keflezighi mean to me

For Meb, this will be his final dance. What have I learned from his career

Tarrant Cross Child: rehab, running and rising in the North

Through his own experience with addiction and despair, he’s now bringing hope to communities in northern Saskatchewan facing high rates of suicide and mental health challenges among youth