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Rachel McBride was the winner of last year’s Red Bull 400. Now, leading into the 2017 running of the event, she spills what makes for a successful run up this sheer drop.
Andrew Cho is on the road to recovery and will participate in the Wings for Life World Run months after one of the most gripping sequences you will ever hear.
American Karl Meltzer bettered the previous Appalachian Trail record as he finished the lengthy run in the early hours of Sept. 18.
Kieran Lumb, a 17-year-old runner from Vancouver, set a world record at the Red Bull 400, the world’s steepest 400m, in Whistler on Saturday.
More than 130,000 runners competed around the world in the Wings for Life World Run in a one-of-a-kind race including one in Niagara Falls, Ont.
May 4th, 2015 by Canadian Running | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
By: Dan Dakin Most people will never run a single 20-minute 5km race. Blaine Penny, however, ran 13 of them Sunday. Maintaining a pace of 4:00 minutes per kilometres for more than four hours, […]
Ryan Sandes is a South African trail runner. He has won all four of the 4 Deserts stage races and has won ultramarathons on every continent. He’ll be racing in and representing his hometown on […]
In their first year, Red Bull selected Saskatoon, Sask., as their Canadian city for the company’s unique Wings for Life World Run. In 2015, the Canadian leg of the international event will move to […]
You may want to think twice about picking up an energy drink next time you’re feeling groggy. A presentation on Monday, Dec. 2, at the annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America […]
November 7th, 2013 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | 5 Comments »
The founder of Red Bull is changing up the idea of the race. Dietrich Mateschitz and Heinz Kinigadner co-founded the Wings for Life research foundation, which is devoted to finding cures of spinal cord […]