Awkward moments. We’ve all been witness to them, and we’ve all definitely experienced them. Continue reading “Live From the Middle of the Pack – Awkward Running Moments”
We sit down with Reid Coolsaet, 2:10 marathoner and 3rd place finisher at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Reid tells us about his day (pre-race), how he was feeling, what he was listening to, and his goal for the race. Continue reading “Reid Coolsaet on Runners Feed Live [VIDEO]”
Sunday’s Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon was arguably the most hyped marathon ever on Canadian soil. Did it live up to the hype? It sure did. Coolsaet set out at a blazing pace coming through the half way point in 1:03:58, just narrowly missing the Canadian Marathon Record at the finish line while his training partner, Eric Gillis slipped under the Canadian Olympic Qualifying Standard by 1 second. Furthermore, the official gun time had the first and second place finishers separated by .3 after 42.2 kilometers of racing. What more could we ask for? How about a 100 year old man completing the marathon!?! It was truly a day that will go down in history as the best Canadian Marathon of all time. Alan Brookes and The Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Team should be proud. With all that said, several media outlets reported that Coolsaet and Gillis should book their flights to London. Continue reading “Are Gillis and Coolsaet London Bound in 2012?”
The Runners Feed tweet-casters will be reporting live from the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon getting the latest results, photos, videos, throughout the event this Sunday October 16, 2011.
If you have any questions for us, please follow & tweet @runnersfeedsite Continue reading “Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon Live Twitter Coverage”
The Rock the Road 10k is honored to announce Reid Coolsaet as a featured speaker at the 1st annual Two Men And A Tent Health and Fitness Expo . The 32-year old Hamilton, Ontario native is arguably the fastest Canadian marathoner in the last 25 years. Reid ran 2:11:23 at the 2010 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon and became the first male marathoner to run under the Canadian Olympic Qualifying standard since Bruce Deacon qualified and ran at the 2000 Sydney Olympics. Read more about Coolsaet, his Olympics dream, training in Kenya, and his skateboard, in this week’s Runnersfeed.com exclusive interview. You can also visit his blog- “Float On”.
Come out and hear Reid speak on Friday, August 19th at 7pm at The Two Men And A Tent Health and Fitness Expo stage located in the north parking lot of Masonville Place.
Earlier this summer I had the pleasure of conducting a telephone interview with Canada’s top marathoner and 2012 Canadian Olympic qualifier, Reid Coolsaet. He was enjoying some down time at his home in Hamilton, ON. We chatted regarding the upcoming Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon (STWFM), the 2012 Olympic marathon, and his recent training stint in Kenya and much more!
Never Thought I’d be London Bound
On July 27th 2011, the city of London, UK officially marked its one year countdown to the 2012 London Olympic Summer Games. The winter games of Vancouver 2010 saw Canadian athletes win the gold medal count, claiming an unprecedented fourteen gold’s along with an overall medal count of 26. Continue reading “Reid Coolsaet Chats with Runners Feed”
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. Continue reading “Canada Running Series Race Director, Alan Brookes, on Runners Feed Live”