Lanni Marchant On Training In Kenya

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 exam. Read more to find out how her new job landed her in Kenya as she prepares to run The Rotterdam Marathon on April 15th.  Continue reading “Lanni Marchant On Training In Kenya”

Are Gillis and Coolsaet London Bound in 2012?

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?”

Train Harder, Run Faster: Part 1 of 4

The question we get the most here at Runners Feed is ‘how can I run faster?’ Part of me wishes there was a supplement, a pair of shoes, or a diet that would transform the avid weekend warrior into a sleek, strong, effortless runner, but there isn’t. Do not fret Continue reading “Train Harder, Run Faster: Part 1 of 4”