Canada Running Series

Ringing in the New Decade: Our Top 12 Moments of 2019 – Running Fitness Article

Ringing in the New Decade: Our Top 12 Moments of 2019 With the days flying off the calendar as we approach the new year (and new decade!) we’re taking a look back on our top moments of 2019. This year was a special one for CRS as we celebrated our 30th edition as an organization. And since we couldn’t pick just ten moments, given the holiday spirit, we decided to go for a “12 Days of Christmas” style list. We’ll…

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Hannah and Woodfine Win Canada Running Series 2019 Titles – Running Fitness Article

Hannah and Woodfine Win Canada Running Series 2019 Titles Two past winners found themselves top of the table when the 2019 Canada Running Series final points were tabulated recently, an indication that these Olympic aspirants are on the right path. Tristan Woodfine at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon, 2019 Tristan Woodfine’s fine performance at the Series finale Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon earned him both a silver medal in the Canadian Marathon Championships and 52 points to take his point total…

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Race Day Tips for #UAeastside10k – Running Fitness Article

Every year we’re joined by hundreds of new runners at the Under Armour Eastside 10k. We’ve taken some tips from the seasoned runners out there and come up with the ABC’s of how to set yourself up for a great race – both before and after the event. While this guide is primarily aimed at new runners, it’s always good to refresh your memory even if you’ve been racing for decades! Also be sure to check out our Race Etiquette…

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Chesoo and Wodak set new course records ahead of sold-out crowd of 7,000 at lululemon Edmonton 10K – Running Fitness Article

Chesoo and Wodak set new course records ahead of sold-out crowd of 7,000 at lululemon Edmonton 10K Edmonton’s Leonard Chesoo (29:28) and Vancouver’s Natasha Wodak (33:15) stormed to new course records in front of a sold-out crowd of 7,000 enthusiastic runners. It was a fine morning for running in the Alberta capital: 15 Celcius, overcast, and no wind. The scenic course, which took participants through the heart of the city and along the High Level Bridge, attracted Olympians and recreational…

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