Paula Radcliffe’s advice to get through a rough patch in a marathon

October 7th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in The Scene | No Comments »

The current world and Chicago Marathon course record holder shares her tips on how to get through the tough times in a marathon

Controversial IAAF proposal to reset athletics world records now up for reconsideration

August 3rd, 2017 by Sinead Mulhern | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

Earlier this year, the IAAF suggested they wipe all records dating back to before 2005. Looks like that’s now off the table…

Eliud Kipchoge puts on extraordinary show, runs fastest marathon in history

May 6th, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Sub2 | No Comments »

Kenya’s Eliud Kipchoge was on sub-two-hour marathon pace for much of Nike’s Breaking2 attempt. He fell short but not before running the fastest marathon in history.

The Shakeout Podcast: The “Vancouver to Toronto to Milan” episode

May 5th, 2017 by Canadian Running | Posted in The Shakeout Podcast | No Comments »

On this week’s episode, Canadian Running’s editor Michael Doyle, web editor Sinead Mulhern and staff writer Tim Huebsch begin by chatting #WorldRecordGate, in regards to the IAAF considering wiping all pre-2005 world records from […]

Paula Radcliffe “hurt” by prospect of IAAF wiping pre-2005 records

May 2nd, 2017 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

“It is a heavy handed way to wipe out some really suspicious records in a cowardly way by simply sweeping all aside instead of having the guts to take the legal plunge and wipe any record that would be found in a court of law to have been illegally assisted.”

Mary Keitany shatters the women’s-only world record at the London Marathon

April 23rd, 2017 by Michael Doyle | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »

The Kenyan ran the second fastest time in history, winning in 2:17:01. Track great Tirunesh Dibaba stopped, battled vomiting but still ran under 2:18 for second

Should cross-country get an Olympic revival?

April 4th, 2017 by Canadian Running | Posted in Blogs | No Comments »

If nothing else, racing off the track and roads makes athletes tougher and grittier as they navigate true cross-country conditions.