The first Sunday Read

Welcome to what I hope will become a regular feature of Sub-three: The Sunday Read, a weekly collection of running news-related links you can enjoy over coffee (after your long run, of course).

Perhaps the most infamous story this week: An Ottawa jogger is suing two blind paralympians who collided with her during a run.

Just in case you missed it, this is from the previous week: the Boston Athletic Association’s announcement of the elite field at this year’s marathon:

From Runner’s Feed comes this engaging read, an interview with Canadian marathoner Lanni Marchant on her recent experience at a Kenyan training camp.

For all you short distance fans, Canadian 1500-metre specialist Taylor Milne talks about his Olympic qualifying plans.

Finally, from the NY Times: maybe your exercise routine is just a little too much?

About subthree

A multiple award-winning journalist, I'm currently a contributing editor with both Canadian Running and Canadian Cycling magazines. My articles have appeared in Explore, Canadian Geographic, enRoute, The National Post, The Globe and Mail, and many other magazines and newspapers. Formerly a competitive cross-country mountain biker, I switched to running in 2006. I've run seven marathons, qualifying for Boston five times (and which I've run once). Generally, I've placed or won in my age group in races, in distances ranging from five and 10 kms to half and full marathons. I've also taught spin classes at a number of leading Eastern Canadian gyms. Sub-three was a 2012 #Runchat finalist for Best Overall Blog.
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