Sir Mo Farah is an Olympic and World Championship gold medalist. He’s arguably one of the best known and most well-decorated distance runners currently competing. Yet Farah’s life on the road isn’t what most would consider to be glamorous or exciting
Icarus filmmakers dedicated their award to the Russia whistleblower who helped expose the state-run doping program and called for the resignation of the International Olympic Committee president
Lance Armstrong sat down and watched Netflix’s new documentary focused on doping in sport. Apparently he’s a fan
What Where Dreams Go to Die does best is allow Robbins to be the brash, charming yet self-effacing running star he is, and this scene needs so badly.
A second big-deal Barkley Marathons documentary hits the big screen, with Robbins and filmmaker Ethan Newberry
After yet another successful year on the track, British star Mo Farah looks forward to the release of a documentary based on him.
While one film based on the Boston Marathon bombing has grabbed a lot of attention lately, a documentary mini series on the major historical event is another must-watch for runners.
In a 22-minute documentary by the CBC, we follow Canada’s superstar sprinter through his first year as a pro, leading up to the Rio Games.
A docu-fiction film starring Canadian 1,500m runner Charles Philibert-Thiboutot is currently featured on Air Canada’s inflight entertainment.
A new trail film takes a look at one mountain runner who takes on an incredible run, running 50 mountain peaks an large elevation gains. For a lot of runners, hill workouts are tough […]
Hurt, a documentary that tells the story of cross-Canada runner Steve Fonyo, will have its world premiere on Sept. 14 at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). The film, directed by Alan Zweig (also […]