Tag: Ottawa Marathon
November 17th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Features | Enter your password to view comments.
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You may know the Ottawa Marathon for the large crowds it draws, but each year there’s some kooky characters and crazy moments that make the race that much more special
Marathonguide.com ranks the races where runners are most likely to qualify for Boston as well as the races with the most Boston qualifiers in 2017
The annual Ottawa race is held in memory of Emilie Mondor, the first Canadian woman to go sub-15:00 in the 5,000m
The Quebec City Marathon was a family affair for the Rancourts as eight siblings raced, and completed, the 42K
A splash of water was a welcome sight for many runners at the end of their races at the 2017 Ottawa Marathon
Finish of the Ottawa Marathon plus post-race chats with the top Canadians from the IAAF Gold Label race on Sunday