Tag: west coast
This weekend are the ACXC championships. We get to know two BC women looking to make the podium in the U20 and U18 races this Saturday.
Clear skies and moderate temperatures didn’t mean that runners’ shoes were going to stay dry at the Sooke River 10K in British Columbia.
Geoff Martinson and Rachel Cliff won the Rock ‘n’ Roll Cunningham Seawall 10K on Saturday in Vancouver, the first of two weekend races.
Nearly 3,000 participants ran in the BMO Okanagan marathon, half-marathon and 10K on Sunday in beautiful Kelowna, B.C.
The popular Victoria Marathon and its four other distance options will feature more than 8,000 runners on Sunday. Here’s who to watch for.
One of western Canada’s most scenic races, the Kelowna Wine Country Half-marathon, took place in the heart of the Okanagan on Sunday.
One of Canada’s most scenic races, the Whistler half-marathon, along with the 5K and 10K, took place two hours north of Vancouver on Saturday morning.
Our Christmas road trip is officially in the books. It’s great to be back in Saskatoon, running on the familiar flat land, in subzero temperatures — and that’s not sarcasm. It feels fantastic to be home […]
February 17th, 2015 by Canadian Running | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Huge weather differences across Canada over the weekend saw Canadians out in all types of gear to train for upcoming spring races. Much of B.C. saw double-digit temperatures above freezing, while Ontario experienced extreme […]