The Rotary Club of Los Gatos Great Race Opens Registration for the 36th Annual Event

It isn’t uncommon to hit traffic on the Los Gatos Creek Trail on any given Saturday morning. Rain or shine, the residents of Los Gatos and its surrounding area, are out and about, staying active and embracing the nature that surrounds them. Continue reading “The Rotary Club of Los Gatos Great Race Opens Registration for the 36th Annual Event”

How Important is Your Stride Rate?

In an article featured on Saucony’s blog, one of the world’s most renown running coaches, Jack Daniels, PhD. explains that counting the number of steps you take per minute could prevent injuries and take your performance to the next level. Continue reading “How Important is Your Stride Rate?”

Zelinka Tells All

In an excellent interview by Christopher Kelsall of Athletics Illustrated, Jessica Zelinka spills the beans. She touches on everything from funding to family to relocating and what the next four years will hold. Continue reading “Zelinka Tells All”

Inaugural Pelee Island Winery Half Marathon Expects to Sell Out in Days

Registration for the inaugural Pelee Island Winery Half Marathon (June 2nd) opened early this morning and registrations are pouring in. Continue reading “Inaugural Pelee Island Winery Half Marathon Expects to Sell Out in Days”

7 Things Pregnant Runners Should Keep in Mind

Being a distance runner and pregnant can come with its challenges, and even more questions. The way you are used to approaching your workouts – run hard, and push yourself to limits– can be difficult for some to let go. For others, it maybe a welcome respite, but nonetheless there are some changes, Continue reading “7 Things Pregnant Runners Should Keep in Mind”

Inaugural Santa Run in Hamilton This Sunday

If you’re roaming the streets of Hamilton, Ontario this Sunday, and see hundreds of Santas running your way, go ahead and pinch yourself, because this is the real deal. Continue reading “Inaugural Santa Run in Hamilton This Sunday”