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The marathon no longer features a point-to-point course and tours only the north side of the St. Lawrence River in Quebec City
That’s a lot of marathons
A 30-year-old runner passed away following participation in the Quebec City Half-Marathon
The Quebec City Marathon was a family affair for the Rancourts as eight siblings raced, and completed, the 42K
Quebec’s provincial capital hosts a number of scenic and historic races. For some, the marathon also offers a last chance to qualify for Boston
Ethiopian Feyisa Lilesa has arrived in the United States after staging an anti-government protest during the Olympics putting his life at risk.
Yvette Drapeau, an 80-year-old mother of four and grandmother of nine, completed her first-ever marathon on Sunday in Quebec City.
Ebisa Ejigu of Ethiopia performed a sign of protest against his home country’s government as he won the Quebec City Marathon on Sunday.
The SSQ Quebec City Marathon was on Sunday and was one of four timed events on the weekend as some runners made a bid to qualify for Boston.
December 23rd, 2015 by Michael Doyle | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
The SSQ Quebec City Marathon and a collection of other local running events have been purchased by Gestev and Groupe Boucher Sports. Gestev are primarily a sporting events management company, with a focus on […]