Tag Archives: Prince Edward Island

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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Prefontaine’s Garmin

I’ve been thinking a lot about running and gear recently. When I first came to running six years ago, it was from the sport of mountain biking. Talk about a gear-heavy activity. Obviously, you have to have a bike and … Continue reading

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Back-story: trail running in PEI, road running in Saint John

The current issue of Canadian Running is the magazine’s annual trail issue, but the publication still includes some road stuff as well. I’ve been a contributing editor with the magazine since it’s first issue (as I have with its sister … Continue reading

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Read it. Run it: Prince Edward Island Bunny Hop

The race: The Bunny Hop Location: Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island Distance: 10 km. Why do it: To get a sense of where you’re at after a long winter. Swag: Cool long-sleeve shirt with a bunny theme and tons of draw prizes. If you’re looking … Continue reading

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