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I’m in my late thirties and Lyndsay Tessier just became my new role model

At the age of 38, one runner looks up to Lyndsay Tessier who was the second best woman at the Canadian Marathon Championships

How I’m drawing inspiration from my older running heroes who recently passed

When one writer feels her age is becoming a factor in her running, she looks at the older running heroes who paved the way

Runner experience: “I said goodbye to my grandfather on a tribute run in Santa Barbara”

“Deep down, I felt that he would know I was running for him”

What Kipchoge’s philosophy taught me about running… and life

Just how important is the psychological aspect of running? One writer reflects on Eliud Kichoge’s outlook as it applies to life and running

The hack that made me actually like my cross-training

Finally one writer has cracked the code to find out how to enjoy athletic endeavors that aren’t running

How cutting back on sugar is making me a better runner

Cutting out sugar was hard for the first week or so, but as the experiment wore on, this writer started to notice major energy gains

Why I wrote about body image as a small-boned woman

When she wrote about accepting herself at her new size, her words became heavily criticized. Now, this petite woman writes about why there needs to be room for her voice in discussions about body image issues.

How learning about nutrition is making me appreciate my size for what it is

I aim to stay in this sweet spot to keep myself at my healthiest.

I made a fuelling error and went full beast mode after my long run…

We’ve all had a fuelling error. One writer explains how a classic post-run mistake turned her into a monster for the day.

How I’m giving refined sugar the boot!

When the diet begins to take a toll, runners need to take action. Here’s one runner’s experience

Why I’m committing to a strength workout partner this summer

There’s strength in numbers.

I’m celebrating Canada’s 150th anniversary south of the border

Having recently moved to the United States, one runner takes comfort running in the Saskatchewan-like geography.