December 06, 2016
Week That Was: Do We Have a New High School XC Legend? - Plus We Love the Fukuoka Marathon, A Trail Running Update and Yes, Ryan Hall Returns to Racing
September 27, 2015
Four Quick Takes on the 2015 BMW Berlin Marathon and Eliud Kipchoge's Amazing 2:04:00 Win With His Shoe Insoles Falling Out
We break down the race and the amazing performance of Eliud Kipchoge, Matt Llano running a 2:12:28 PR, Reid Coolsaet just missing the Canadian record and Gladys Cherono joining the sub 2:20 club.
September 24, 2015
2015 BMW Berlin Marathon Men's Preview: Will the World Record Fall (Again)? What About The 39-Year Old Canadian Record? Will An American Break 2:10?
The world record is on everyone's mind and Eliud Kipchoge (London champ) and Emmanuel Mutai (2:03:13 PB) will give it their best go in Berlin on Sunday? Check out our preview as we assess their chances, discuss whether Geoffrey Mutai is done, and wonder if Reid Coolsaet can get the 39-year old Canadian record. Plus Berlin, not Chicago or New York, may have the most # of elite Americans this fall in Shadrack Biwott, Sean Quigley, Matt Llano and Gabe Proctor
July 13, 2015
2015 Boilermaker 15K Results: Kenyans Eliud Ngetich (43:31) And Mary Wacera (48:49) Win
Canada's Reid Coolsaet was 8th (44:33) as Fernando Cabada was the top American in 11th (45:13). Clara Santucci was the first American woman in 7th (51:59).
April 14, 2015
WTW: Definitely Don't Quit, Masters WR In Marathon Goes Down, Jake Riley Impresses, 20.20 By Bolt
Kenneth Mungara took down Andres Espinosa's master's WR in the marathon, Ryan Hall lost another high school record to Webb, Kodiak, Alaska pop 6,423 has had 2 sub-8:50 2 milers, Jake Riley ran a tremendous race of an unspecified distance, and two reasons why you should never quit.
April 12, 2015
2015 NN Rotterdam Marathon Results
April 10, 2015
Can Reid Coolsaet Break the 40-Year-Old Canadian Marathon Record (2:10:09) in Rotterdam?
When Jerome Drayton ran 2:10:09 at the 1975 Fukuoka Marathon, it was the sixth-fastest time in history. Since then, that performance has been bettered 2,276 times, but never by a Canadian. We spoke to Coolsaet who explained how his training has gone and why the record has lasted so long.