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June 3rd, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
They were all in it together
That’s right, a sub-2:45 marathon… in jeans
May 28th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
Kip Kangogo and Rachel Hannah win the Calgary Half-Marathon which doubled as the Canadian Half-Marathon Championships
No we’re not *stringing you along*, this is a real record attempt.
If you’ve been training all winter long, be sure to hop into a worthwhile race this spring.
Runners looking to get patriotic for Canada’s 150th can head to Calgary for a truly Canadian experience at Cowtown’s marathon.
In addition to it’s already popular slate of races including one of Canada’s most historic marathons, the Calgary Race Weekend will offer a one-time only 150K ultra and team relay in 2017.
Among the 20,000 plus participants of this year’s Canada Army Run in Ottawa was Chris Koch, who completed the Commander’s Challenge–which involved running both the 5K and half marathon–despite having no arms or legs.
Chris Koch, 37, completed the Calgary marathon on Sunday, his first-ever attempt at the distance, and finished in the middle of the pack.
Calgary marathon race weekend wrapped up on Sunday afternoon in Alberta and featured the Canadian half-marathon championships.
Chris Koch, 37, was born without arms or legs and will be competing at Sunday’s Calgary marathon on a longboard.