Gill is a great example of how changing up your training or working with a coach can bring dramatic–possibly record-breaking–results
Learn how Terry’s love for trail running (and blueberries) has added meaning and years to his life
Olympian Evan Dunfee reflects on his most recent sources of inspiration
Humans of New York profile gives heartfelt explanation of how running makes her feel in control about aging
Wise words spoken right from the heart
Take note of the hat.
Man Kaur, 101, won four gold medals, in the field and on the track, at the 2017 World Masters Games and plans to keep on running.
March 28th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Canada brings home 30 medals, including 10 gold, from the World Masters Athletics Indoor Championships in Daegu, South Korea.
In 2016, Canada’s Ed Whitlock ran a marathon in under four hours, crushing the 85+ world record by more than 30 minutes. Age-graded, many of his world records could be considered the greatest running performances of all-time. Tim Huebsch goes for a run with Whitlock at his favourite running spot, a cemetery in Milton, Ont., to find out what motivates one of the most talented and intriguing runners alive.
A 99-year-old and 92-year-old square off in this must-watch sprint video which is sure to be the most motivational thing you see today.
Canadian Running had the chance to join legendary masters athlete Ed Whitlock on a run recently following his 3:56 marathon in Toronto.