Tag Archives: Legs for Literacy Marathon

A guide to Atlantic Canada’s six races….

Oh, look: It’s The Real Amazing Race┬áToronto Canada. Ben Kaplan, who writes about running for the National Post, has put together a guide to 56 of “our favourite events next year.” I’m not quite sure whom he’s including when he … Continue reading

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Plantar, Where to Run in Moncton, and trail runners: my most recent articles in the latest issue of Canadian Running

Most of you know me as the ubiquitous blogger or that “damn guy is clogging up my news feed with his egotistic crap again.” But wait: I write other egotistic stuff elsewhere! Aren’t you lucky. Since the first issue of … Continue reading

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The Sunday Read: best running shoes ever, naked runners, and dead butt syndrome

Do you have dead butt syndrome? Hey, I don’t know. First of I heard of this terrible problem was from a HuffPo story below. Maybe if you ran in the Best Running Shoes Ever, you’d be able to feel your … Continue reading

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A new climate for running

It’s hot out there, really hot. So hot, in fact, that races are getting cancelled. Hot workouts are a rising trend, but the last thing runners need is extreme heat. Yet this year unseasonably warm weather has already impacted three … Continue reading

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