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Hail to the night runners

Only in the Yukon would we conceptualize a relay race where hundreds of people (when it first started) run along a highway through the night. Not to mention, we’ll decide to make all the race legs about a half marathon, so while...

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Boost Your Bone Health

For most of our Canadian lives, we are told that lasting bone strength is a glass or two of milkaway. This is reflected heavily in the Canada’s Food Guide, which acts as a foundation piece for nutrition and wellness in doctors’...

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Never Again

In this two-part series Alexander Weber writes about competing in his first Ironman triathlon. InPart One he told us about his race preparation and his feelings before the competition. We left him three days before race...

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Fear and Loathing

Dear Reader, having just read the title of this article, I assume you may believe the followingabout myself: I am insane, and I am a diehard superhuman athlete.While you may be right about the former, I would disagree with the...

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Running for a Cause

If there’s a competitive foot race nearby, or a fun run for charity, Tom Ullyett will almost certainly be there.The 58-year-old deputy minister of Justice has been an avid runner since his teen years, with at least 40...

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Didee & Didoo: MY GYM

WHEN I MENTION MY GYMIT DOESN’T HAVE A BASKETBALL RIM.MY GYM IS THE GREAT OUTDOORSI SHARE IT WITH ANIMALS ON ALL FOURS.I SHARE MY GYM WITH THE BEARWHERE THERE’S LOTS OF FRESH AIR.I SHARE MY GYM WITH THE PORCUPINEWHERE THERE’S...

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Honouring a hero

George Maratos was just three years old when Terry Fox was becoming a household name across Canada and elsewhere.Still, he claims to have a “kind of” memory of the young B.C. runner’s heroic 1980 odyssey known...

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