Toronto, Canada – Monster Dash, (www.monsterdash.ca) the newest running property from Good Times Running Inc., proudly announces today that 2012 Boston Marathon winner Wesley Korir will be running “the Dash” with his wife Tarah and their daughter McKayla in Leaside this Sunday. Wesley and McKayla will lead off the Spooky Mile for kids and then cheer on 10km race favourite, mom Tarah, shortly after. Continue reading “The Monster Dash – Toronto’s First Hallowe’en Run”
The early bird gets the worm…or a whole bunch of benefits when it comes to signing up in advance for your next race. Even though winter has barely begun, signing up now for next year’s races is smart. Below are some of the benefits to signing up as early as you can. Continue reading “6 Reasons Why You Should Register Early”
Would you care for a personal escort through the streets of London to view the Rock the Road 10K course? Look no further! Press play on the video below and in less than 4 minutes, you will have traveled the entire course without fighting traffic or breaking a sweat.
Rock the Road 10K is a 10-kilometer running road race that will start and finish at Masonville Place in London, Ontario. There will be live bands and cheerleaders along this flat and fast course which was designed to give you a personal best time!
The course starts with a breathtaking view of The City of London atop the hill just north of Richmond Street and North Centre Road. There are 6 turns total, with 2 of those turns taking place in the last 500 meters. Continue reading “Rock the Road 10K COURSE TOUR [VIDEO]”
Tim Hopkins the race director of The Vancouver Sun Run chats with us on Runners Feed Live about his involvement in the Sun Run, how he started and his present duties. Tim gives us a brief view of the days before the Sun Run and how good planning always leads to a great event.
The Sun Run brings together about 50,000 runners to the beautiful city of Vancouver, British Columbia – Canada. Registration for the next event will open in the fall and continues to grab the attention of all levels of runners from around the globe.
Tim Hopkins’ advice for someone who is looking to run their first 10K; take your time, get a good training schedule, prepare and do your training.