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A fast crop of Canadians are racing in Houston, Texas on Sunday
A look at the top marathon times in Canada over the past 12 months
Coming off a tenth-place finish at the Olympics, hopes were high for Eric Gillis in the men’s marathon at the IAAF World Championships
This week’s guest is perhaps Canada’s most insanely committed runner right now. So much so that he did a workout on his wedding day, and hasn’t even eaten birthday cake in years.
The IAAF World Championships will take place this summer. At last, we know which athletes are to represent Canada in the marathon
The unheralded 25-year-old becomes the fourth Canadian male to qualify for the 2017 IAAF Championships in London in his marathon debut in Hamburg.
Team Canada is in Florida for the 2017 NACAC Cross-Country Championships on Saturday. Here’s who will represent the red and white this weekend.
Watch as the top two runners at the Houston Half-Marathon clock identical times in an elbow-filled sprint to the finish.
December 2nd, 2016 by Tim Huebsch | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »
Athletics Canada announced Thursday the 24 athletes who will be representing the nation at the 2017 IAAF World Cross-Country Championships. (Photo: Peter Stokes.)
Calgary marathon race weekend wrapped up on Sunday afternoon in Alberta and featured the Canadian half-marathon championships.
One of Canadian Running’s newest bloggers, Thomas Toth, writes about living life as a sub-elite distance runner in search of a big breakthrough.