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Eugen Merher’s short, dialogue-free flick is a warm and fuzzy watch, well worth the afternoon distraction.
After yet another successful year on the track, British star Mo Farah looks forward to the release of a documentary based on him.
While one film based on the Boston Marathon bombing has grabbed a lot of attention lately, a documentary mini series on the major historical event is another must-watch for runners.
A docu-fiction film starring Canadian 1,500m runner Charles Philibert-Thiboutot is currently featured on Air Canada’s inflight entertainment.
We took the world’s hottest mobile app, Pokémon Go, for a run recently in search of Pokémon. Here’s what happened.
When Tassy Fils-Aime ran across Haiti, he inspired others to take part in an annual ultra. In doing so, he has brought job opportunities for others in his community.
Lawrence Hill’s ‘The Illegal,’ a book about a refugee who flees his homeland and runs to stay alive, is being defended by Clara Hughes on Canada Reads.
“The Barkley Marathons: The Race That Eats Its Young,” a documentary about the 100-mile endurance race, is now playing on Netflix in Canada.
Amby Burfoot is the 1968 winner of the Boston Marathon and a prominent running journalist. In his book First Ladies of Running, he profiles the stories of 22 female athletes from the 1960’s through […]
A new trail film takes a look at one mountain runner who takes on an incredible run, running 50 mountain peaks an large elevation gains. For a lot of runners, hill workouts are tough […]
By Garth Davis, M.D. and Howard Jacobson, Ph.D. Reviewed as a book which all health conscious people should own and doctors should recommend to patients, Proteinaholic explores the importance (or lack thereof) of protein in our diets. […]