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The Rundown: Monaco thrills, school XC is cancelled, and new shoe rules thwart a world record

Each week Canadian Running Staff writer Maddy Kelly and Shakeout host Kate Van Buskirk bring you a recap from the exciting world of running. 

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This week on The Rundown we dive into all the excitement from the Monaco Diamond League. Not only did the 5,000m World Record go down, Canadians Matt Hughes and Marco Arop also ran bravely in their respective races. And speaking of bravery, American Noah Lyles raised his black gloved fist on the start line in support of the Black Lives Matter movement.

RELATED: Matt Hughes narrowly misses Canadian steeplechase record in Monaco 

Canadian medals IAAF World Championships
Photo: Claus Andersen/Athletics Canada.
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With the cancellation of OFSAA XC, Athletics Ontario is finding creative ways to increase racing opportunities. We also discuss the new World Athletics shoe rules and the disappointing implications for a would-be ultra world record. Finally, we add to the growing list of virtual races to get you excited for the fall!

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