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Joey McIntyre: A Good Guy Running For A Good Cause
Mar 29, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Joey McIntyre: A Good Guy Running For A Good Cause

posted by Brandon

Joey McIntyre could tell you hundreds of captivating stories about traveling the world as a member of New Kids On The Block. With over 80 million albums sold, one might  Full Article »

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Catching up with Sara Hall
Feb 27, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Catching up with Sara Hall

posted by Brett

Brett Bonisteel of Runner’s Feed had the pleasure of going one on one with recent U.S. Cross Country Champ and 3rd place finisher (3,000m) at this past weekend’s U.S.A Indoor  Full Article »

Interviews

Donahue On Running The U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials While Pregnant
Feb 24, 2012 Ξ 4 comments

Donahue On Running The U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials While Pregnant

posted by Jordan

Magdalena Donahue, an elite marathon runner, grad student, and expectant mother, takes time to speak with Runners Feed about her Olympic Trials experience while being 3 months pregnant, prenatal training,  Full Article »

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Lanni Marchant On Training In Kenya
Feb 17, 2012 Ξ 2 comments

Lanni Marchant On Training In Kenya

posted by Brandon

Lanni Marchant is arguably one of the toughest competitors out there. She finished second at The 2011 Canadian Marathon Championships before spending the better part of her summer studying for her bar  Full Article »

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Cam Levins Makes Canada Proud
Feb 7, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Cam Levins Makes Canada Proud

posted by Brandon

Canadians are known for being polite, and thus Cam Levins could be Canada’s spokesperson. He is incredibly humble, unassuming, and does not take his success for granted. He might also  Full Article »

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Marilyn Arsenault On Mindful Strides And Her Return To Competitive Running
Feb 6, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Marilyn Arsenault On Mindful Strides And Her Return To Competitive Running

posted by Christopher

Marilyn Arsenault of Victoria, BC is well into her comeback from a debilitating infection that curtailed her training for over a year. Not only is she back training seriously, she  Full Article »

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Ripley Runs Despite Living With Hemophilia, HIV, & Hepatitis C
Feb 5, 2012 Ξ 1 comment

Ripley Runs Despite Living With Hemophilia, HIV, & Hepatitis C

posted by Ashley

About eight years ago Vaughn Ripley entered his first marathon because of a random sign he saw while riding the Metro, Washington D.C.’s subway system. It was New Orleans Mardi Gras  Full Article »

Interviews

Reid Coolsaet On Training And Living In Kenya
Feb 3, 2012 Ξ 7 comments

Reid Coolsaet On Training And Living In Kenya

posted by Brandon

By now I shouldn’t have to tell you that Reid Coolsaet is one of Canada’s greatest runners…EVER! Some folks know Coolsaet as a marathoner, but Coolsaet made his name known  Full Article »

Interviews

A Brief Chat with Rob Watson: Letting His Brother Take the Reigns
Jan 30, 2012 Ξ 3 comments

A Brief Chat with Rob Watson: Letting His Brother Take the Reigns

posted by Brandon

Rob Watson is a London, Ontario native, an 8:29 Steeplechaser, a 2:16 Marathoner, a tough as nails competitor, and a blogger extraordinaire. Watson is in the midst of making some  Full Article »

News

Brooke Wells Blogs About Trials Experience And Shares Video Of Hip Hematoma Draining
Jan 28, 2012 Ξ Leave a comment

Brooke Wells Blogs About Trials Experience And Shares Video Of Hip Hematoma Draining

posted by Brandon

On Christmas morning, I received a text message from my Impala teammate, and friend Effin’ J. It contained a motivating message, and the promise that for the next 20 days  Full Article »

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