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8 memes that accurately describe being a runner in Canada

Canadian runners are a special kind of breed

Canadian runners aren’t like other runners out there. We’ve got more space per person than anyone else in the world and we use it — no matter the weather. Whether you’ve lived here your entire life or you arrived from somewhere else, you know you’re a runner in Canada when these gifs resonate with you.

Snow up to your knees doesn’t scare you off

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Three feet of snow is just an extra challenge to make us stronger for the spring, right?

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Neither does the cold

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For some of us, it’s always shorts and singlets season.

You know shovelling snow is the best form of cross-training

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Who needs a gym in the winter when you’ve got six feet of snow?

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The heat doesn’t bother you either

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Only a Canadian knows what it feels like to run in -30 C and +30 C.

You always try to give people lots of space as you pass them

Canadians are so nice :) - Imgflip

You go ahead! No you go ahead! No, you go — I insist!

And you always say sorry as you go by

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Did you bump into that pedestrian? No. Do you say sorry anyway because the potential was there? Absolutely.

You know maple syrup is the ultimate mid-race fuel

 

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What better way to get your mid-race carbs than with Canada’s perfect condiment?

You know it’s the best running country in the world

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Beautiful wilderness, tonnes of space, nice people — sure, we deal with some weather, but that’s part of the charm, right?