Tiffany and Company features the TCS New York City Marathon logo on its jewelry pieces as part of the race collection
Have shoes lying around the house? Footwear piling up creating a clutter? This runner-friendly shoe box storage system may be of interest.
The Rio 2016 Paralympic medals have a hidden feature that helps visually impaired athletes differentiate between gold, silver and bronze.
Think an Olympic gold medal is worth its weight in gold? We look at how much medals are worth and estimated cash bonuses ahead of the Rio Olympics.
In his new book How Bad Do You Want It?, coach Matt Fitzgerald examines more than a dozen pivotal races to discover the surprising ways elite athletes strengthen their mental toughness. Each chapter of […]
Into running? Into reading? Why not read about running (when you’re not running)? Check out our picks for this week. It’s a cooler weekend in parts of Canada. For some, that means staying cozy indoors […]
The cult classic of middle distance running books is getting a new prequel to complete the trilogy in the summer of 2015. John L. Parker, Jr. has written a new book, Racing the Rain, […]
Sometimes the sport of running and the act of trying to run away from your problems have a lot in common. Mark Slouka’s novel Brewster takes place in the small town of that name […]
Canadian Running’s 2014 Holiday Running Gift Guide, full of gifts for that special runner. Wearable Tech The best running-related gifts for the gearhead in your life. Stocking Stuffers Smaller gift suggestions for that special runner. […]
The summer heat can make hydrating on the run vital, but also tough. From small handheld bottles to large, quad-cartridge holsters, it can be tough to known what you need for which run. We’ve […]
Luke McDonald is a partner with Margaret Armour and Dean Cheverie at Aerobics First in Halifax. The store has stood in the same location since May of 1980 but has endured the changing running […]