I signed up the first time for the Ride to Conquer Cancer because I wanted to do something to give back to society for all the great things in life that have been put my way.
For the second year running, Neal Kindree won the Test of Metal with an amazing 2:34:28, chased by over 800 pro-elite and regular mountain bikers, 766 of whom completed the gruelling 67 km race.
The North Shore Credit Union’s Longest Day Race, took place on Friday, June 14th in and around UBC. Distances included 5km and 10km and a kid’s mil
Jerome Truran set out from Port Hardy at around 4pm on Wednesday, June 12th to beat the record for circumnavigating Vancouver Island.
Check out this video clip from the Red Bull Divide and Conquer adventure race which took place recently in North Vancouver
A few race reports from last weekend’s 5 Peaks Trail Race at Alice Lake
David Palermo is a top level runner from Vancouver who had competed in many events within the local race circuit since 2008. Several weeks ago David competed in the Envision Financial Run For Water Marathon which takes place in Abbotsford. Amazingly, the May 26th event attracted 4900 runners who raised nearly $360,000 for clean water [...]
Who would be crazy enough to sign up for a 251km Ultra in 50 degrees of heat (that’s Centigrade not Fahrenheit by the way) in the desert? Bob Hermanutz apparently!
Photo by Eric MacKenzie / The Question
David Jackson said he wanted to have a comfortable start to The North Face Whistler Half Marathon on Saturday (June 1). By the end, it was his huge lead over the rest of the field that looked pretty comfy.
The Abbotsford runner captured top spot in the 21.1-kilometre race, crossing [...]
Here’s a race report from the Cateran Trail Race which took place in Scotland on May 18th, 2013…
Gillian Clayton is a professional triathlete and runner and has posted numerous race reports on her blog over the years from a wide variety of races. However this past weekend Gillian competed in her first race while pregnant, and she writes about it and the unique challenges she faced in her post titled “My 1st pregnant race report! The Comox Tri-K Sprint Triathlon, or ‘Aero-bellies unite’”…
Without a doubt, we could not have asked for better conditions for the Nimby 50 in Pemberton this past weekend, it was absolutely perfect…
On my 10th half marathon for 2013 I went sub 2:10! That’s a 5 and a half minute PR!
How did I do it? After 16 half marathons you’d think I’d have the answer to that but I honestly don’t know what happened.
I didn’t have high hopes for this race after a week with the stomach [...]
From the highs of the Sun Run to the lows and slows of Montreal! This post has a totally different tune than my last one so let’s just get it done and over with!
Tour De Victoria 2013 from Media One on Vimeo.
Any race that involves those awe-inspiring stop and smell the roses (wild flowers) moments are good in my books. The HWY 20 drive up east through the Cascade Range is absolutely beautiful…
Holy crap!! That was tougher than i expected…
Like usual, let me jump back a few days. Wednesday of this week, I snuck in to Vancouver really early so that i could run the Coast Mountain Trail Series, Buckin’ Hell course before work. I wanted to get a bit more familiar with the top section of the [...]
Moonrider Productions sails north to The Shore to catch up with Chris Thorn and lend a hand for his Trail Running Series featuring Gemma Slaughter. Lets hit the dirt!
The Barkerville Rush Relay is a 100km relay race from Quesnel up through Barkerville and back into Wells. It is divided into 8 stages varying in length from 8 to 17.5km that gains a total of 3500m and can be run with 1 to 11 people
You guys know that I love the 5Peaks series, and that they are actually how I first discovered trail races. 5 years ago, my gf Kiri, took me to my first ever race, at Golden Ears! Of course since I thought I was tough, I took on the Enduro course, a 14 km loop.
I absolutely [...]