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Tom Howard, who won the Vancouver Marathon in 1972, 1973 and 1974, still gets on the podium in his age group in the half-marathon. Photo: RUNVAN
Hattori’s win brings immense national pride at the storied race
Inspired by his brother’s determination to come back after injury, Jordan Levins ran the same race, with very respectable results
Marathoner will contest Drayton’s record again after a year of setbacks
From a four-time champ to the real winner of the year that Rosie Ruiz cheated her way to the podium, Canadians have had a storied history at the Boston Marathon. We look at the all-time best to run the race.
“Considering I ran solo I think this was my best marathon to date.”
Canada’s fastest active marathon runner and second fastest of all-time, Reid Coolsaet, will run the 2016 Fukuoka Marathon on Dec. 4.
Forty-years ago on this day, Jerome Drayton ran the Canadian marathon record in Fukuoka, the longest lasting athletics record in Canada.
When Jerome Drayton set the Canadian marathon record of 2:10:09 in 1975, he was one of the top marathoners in the world. He ran it during one of his three Fukuoka Marathon wins, a […]
November 30th, 2013 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
One of Canada’s top marathoners, Reid Coolsaet, is set to race the Fukuoka marathon on Sunday, Dec. 1. Coolsaet, a Hamilton, Ont. runner, has been in Japan for nearly two weeks after arriving with […]