Canada Running Series Race Director, Alan Brookes, on Runners Feed Live

Alan Brookes, race director of The Canada Running Series, joins us on episode 12 of Runners Feed Live. Following Alan’s sincere thoughts on how the death of Danny Kassap affected the Canadian running community, he shares some of the inherent challenges and triumphs of being a race director.  Brookes passion for distance running, and for improving the platform through which Canadian distance runners can “strut their stuff” is incredibly genuine.  Congratulations to Alan and his team for achieving an IAAF silver label for the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.  

4 thoughts on “Canada Running Series Race Director, Alan Brookes, on Runners Feed Live”

  1. Thanks Alan for yourcaring and compassion. We will all miss Danny but thanks to Alan, he was given a chance to be the best he could be. Now again thanks to Alan’s passion and support others will rise to reach lofty goals and we will see Canada’s best at Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon aiming for Olympics qualifying. Thanks Alan

  2. The very crux of your writing whslit sounding reasonable originally, did not sit properly with me after some time. Somewhere throughout the sentences you managed to make me a believer but just for a short while. I however have got a problem with your leaps in assumptions and you would do well to help fill in those gaps. When you can accomplish that, I will surely be fascinated.

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