Racing back in time: OUREA Trail’s Xtreme-ly unequal prizing

The “only race of its kind” OUREA trail offers male athletes bigger distances and more prize money

The Shakeout Podcast: Why do women still run shorter distances than men in cross-country?

Although there have been many changes in the last year, at nearly every level women still run less than men at cross-country races in Canada. We ask various runners why

How the commentary at the Canadian track championships proved that gender inequality still exists in distance running

It’s not enough to give girls and women the opportunity to run long, we have to encourage them as well

All gender equality