Tag: canadian death race
Five visually-impaired triathletes from Ottawa took on an extreme challenge when they entered one of the most difficult ultras on the Canadian trailrunning calendar. They covered every inch of the course, with no injuries
Deborah Campbell takes on one of the most gruelling ultramarathons in North America in the face of ankylosing spondylitis (AS)
St Laurent has had an up-and-down year racing, including three DNFs, but hopes to get everything right for the Ultra-Trail du Mont Blanc
A chat with one of the youngest ever soloist’s at the Canadian Death Race and a roundup from the IAAF World Championships
You’ll want to find a friend (or ten) and sign up for one of these truly epic Canadian running relay events
Matthew Leduc of Ajax, Ont. won the solo category at the Canadian Death Race on Saturday in Alberta and proposed to his girlfriend at the finish line.
Every August long weekend, elite and recreational runners gather in Grande Cache, Alta. and attempt to complete what has become one of the world’s most challenging adventure races. Grand Cache, Alta. is a town of […]