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Canadian Running’s top in-house videos of 2017

A selection of Canadian Running-shot and produced videos from the past 12 months

Matt Hughes
Matt Hughes
Photo: Michael Doyle.

There’s only so much that can be conveyed through words when describing memorable moments from an event. Enter video.

Canadian Running did some travelling, locally, nationally and internationally, in 2017 and captured footage along the way. From race highlights, to single in-race moments, to beginner guides, below are our top in-house videos from 2017. (Click on each header to be redirected to the video’s story for more details.)

Last-place finisher completes 2017 Toronto Waterfront Marathon

Shalane Flanagan tears up describing emotions of winning the 2017 NYC Marathon

Trevor Hofbauer all-in chasing running glory after cross-Canada move

Philemon Rono runs fastest-ever marathon in Canada at STWM


Ed Whitlock #RememberingEd Tribute

Branna MacDougall wins first cross-country race for Queen’s in course-record

MEC Trail Series: Trail running technique

See episodes 1, 2, 4 and 5 here.

Matt Hughes achieves IAAF worlds standard by a fraction of a second at nationals

Abdullahi Hassan throws down video game-like acceleration to win OFSAA 800m

Runners flock to Ottawa Race Weekend medical volunteer for water spray

Breaking four hours at 2017 BMO Vancouver Marathon

Boston Marathon’s best feel the post-race pain of walking down stairs

A fascinating glimpse at Barkley Marathons camp between loops four and five

Gary Robbins’s Barkley Marathons finish

Part one

Gary Robbins misses the Barkley Marathons cutoff by six seconds

(Part 1 of 2) Chaos and heartbreak. Gary Robbins' finish at the Barkley Marathons comes down to seconds and confusion. #BM100 #BarkleyMarathons Salomon Running RECAP: http://runningmagazine.ca/2017-barkley-marathons-recap/(Note: This is an edited version of the original video, as it included footage of the course map.)

Posted by Canadian Running Magazine on Monday, April 3, 2017

Part two

Gary Robbins after the 2017 Barkley Marathons

(Part 2 of 2) He got all the pages, made it to the yellow gate, but missed by seconds. Still, Gary Robbins held his head high in the end. One of the most extraordinary finishes you'll ever see. #BM100 Salomon Running #BarkleyMarathons RECAP: http://runningmagazine.ca/2017-barkley-marathons-recap/

Posted by Canadian Running Magazine on Monday, April 3, 2017

Encouraging words from Around The Bay 30K’s Grim Reaper

Introducing the Gabriela and Lucia Stafford sister showdown

End result of the Stafford sister showdown

Crazy close finish to Ontario University Athletics men’s 1,500m

Emotional runner finishes Boston Marathon after 8 gruelling hours

Sub-two-hour marathon attempt finish (Nike footage, posted with permission)

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