Tag: julie-anne staehli
DeBues-Stafford took down both the Canadian 1,500m and mile records on Saturday evening
What Julie-Anne Staehli and Chris Balestrini eat in a week
Two Canadian women ran within two seconds of the national 3,000m record last weekend. Their breakthrough performances indicate big things to come in Canadian distance track events
Canadian cross-country results from Lehigh, Stanford and Loyola
The 26-year-old Hamilton resident and 2017 Canadian 10,000m champion is on her way to the Pan-American Cross-Country Championships in El Salvador
The five-time All-Canadian with Queen’s University, with the help of a local massage therapist, has collected and redistributed more than 800 pairs of lightly-used running shoes
The annual Ottawa race is held in memory of Emilie Mondor, the first Canadian woman to go sub-15:00 in the 5,000m
March 26th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Everything you need to know from Kampala, Uganda and the 2017 IAAF World Cross-Country Championships on Sunday.
See some of the best photographs from Saturday’s Canadian University Cross-Country Championships in Quebec City.
Queen’s University runner Julie-Anne Staehli recaps her fifth and final Canadian university cross-country championships including her front-running tactics. (Photo: Jérôme Bergeron.)
March 24th, 2014 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
A team of some of Canada’s best university cross-country runners took home a bronze medal at the world university cross-country championships on Saturday, March 22, in Entebbe, Uganda, a town near the capital of Kampala. […]