Tag: marathon running
Thirty years ago, one man convinced me to trade my alcohol addiction for running. This is how it happened:
Three decades ago, Rusty Smith put the bottle down. When one man recognized his efforts to curb his alcohol addiction, he convinced him to sign up for a marathon by bribing him with a cross-Canada flight in a fighter jet
The record for running the fastest marathon in a suit has again been lowered and is highly impressive at 3:53/K
After burning out in spring, one runner let her son become her new workout buddy. Here’s what workouts look like on a ten-year-old’s schedule.
A new study of several thousand marathon finishers showed that American marathoners have slowed by more than twenty minutes in the past 20 years
With the 2017 Boston Marathon coming up, fans need to know who will be on the start line. Who are this year’s elites and what should you know about them?
It has been said many times before that racing isn’t purely about getting the fastest time of the pack. Those who doubt this concept should sit down and chat with Robert Hardy. Hardy showed […]
June 1st, 2016 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
For global running day, we are looking at statistics on marathon runners across the world. How do Canadians compare to runners of other nations?
I know what you are thinking, Fargo is not in Manitoba, nor is it in Canada. It is in fact a small city about 2 hours south of the border in North Dakota, but it definitely deserves to be a honorary Canadian city on Marathon weekend. As hundreds of Canadians flock south from Manitoba, NW Ontario and Saskatchewan annually to take part in this event.