As 2019 comes to a close, Canadian Running took a look back at the stories of 2019 that did well and those that we loved writing. It’s no surprise that Eliud Kipchoge’s historic 1:59 marathon topped this list in 2019. His accomplishment resonated with a general audience on top of running fans.
Beyond Kipchoge’s historic mark we saw a Banana Man lead the Toronto Marathon, found out why you should never date a trail runner and reported on stories of triumph and turbulence in running communities across the world.
These are the 15 stories that generated the most running buzz on our site this year.
These are the 15 stories that our editors most loved writing.