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This was my third year running the Achilles St. Patrick’s Day Race. Having become an Achilles regular, March has come to mean a new green t-shirt, a bowl of chili and a fun and supportive 5km race! This year was no exception. I wasn’t really training in any specific way for the 5km distance. After…

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Hi Mike, I hope June is going well for you so far. My sore legs from the Ottawa Marathon are long gone now. That run with you is now one of those experiences that I like to think about and talk about. It was definitely the most meaningful running race I’ve done. Those last 10k…

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I am a visually impaired runner from Ontario who is running a marathon in all the provinces, to date I have managed to not get lost, fall in a pot hole or trip over a curb by running alone. (The only time I have gotten lost was in a 5k run and the funny thing…

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I just got back from Wolfville NS, where I ran the Harvest Valley 50k Ultra with Sean Dixon, a guide with White Rabbit Pacing in Nova Scotia! Sean and Mike Kennedy ran the Ultra with me and we crossed the finish line 2 minutes shy of my goal of 5 hrs! 4:57:36!! Once again thanks…

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I wanted to give a race report for the Scotia Bank Half Marathon. Firstly, I didn’t know prior to running how much I had from an endurance perspective how much I had to give that was needed to run a race. This is important, as this is the first time in my own life that…

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As I sit here with my not quite Frankenstein legs the day after my first half marathon, I think back to all the varying moments from yesterday. The story of a race can get a little blurry, you start, you run, (if you’re me you walk) you finish. Yet there are all the little moments…

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