Monthly Archives: July 2013

The future of running shoes?

One day in the foreseeable future, you will walk into a running store and the staff will ask to see your stride signature. Based on that, the footwear staff will fit you with the ideal running shoe for the very … Continue reading

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The taper: in which training and Maurice Sendak connect

I began Sub-three about a year and a half ago with the intention of writing about my training leading up to my next marathon. Even though I called the blog sub-three, I didn’t harbour any serious ideas about a sub-three … Continue reading

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The Weekly Ramble: Rolling Stone’s cover

As you may have noticed, Sub-three continues to evolve. I’m introducing The Weekly Ramble, which sounds a lot like its name: an unplanned run with twists and turns, and darts down side streets and sudden plunges onto unexpected trails. First … Continue reading

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A “family place”

The clothing police are out in full force. That’s right: the Canada Games Centre is not backing down on its clothing policy, which I first wrote about last March. Today, another woman was told to stop her workouts and leave … Continue reading

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In which I run 20 miles

You begged (well, one of you, anyway; and, actually, you just sort of inquired politely why I hadn’t posted lately) and I responded! Yes, you can thank my one fan for my subjecting you to another training post. ¬†And I … Continue reading

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