Tag: hilary stellingwerff
Stress fractures resulting from RED-S a significant risk for males as well as females, new research shows
Relative energy deficiency is a common challenge for runners. Here’s what you should know
This Mother’s Day we spoke to three running moms about their running, their moms, and their kids
B.C. Endurance Project members Luc Bruchet and Rachel Cliff won their respective divisions at the Pioneer 8K on Sunday outside of Victoria.
Canadian Nicole Sifuentes qualified for the women’s 1,500m semifinals on Friday night at the Rio Olympics, the only Canadian to do so.
Which athlete is pictured here? Hint: She’s still a competitive runner today
Canadian Hilary Stellingwerff, 34, ran her fastest 1,500m in four years and hit the Olympic standard at Furman University in South Carolina on Saturday (photo: Kaitlyn Unruh).
November 13th, 2015 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
This week has been a big one for the running world with the release of WADA’s report which proved true the allegations of mass doping in high-level athletics. In case you missed it, WADA’s independent […]
It has been an incredible couple weeks for track and field, especially in the women’s 1,500m. For the first time in nearly 22 years the world record was broken by Ethiopian Genzeba Dibaba in […]