Monthly Archives: October 2013

Looking Ahead

The end of a racing season means a little bit of relaxing, some junky eating and most importantly, trying to decide what you are going to do next year. A week after the Scotiabank Toronto Half Marathon, I’m still happy … Continue reading

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Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront (Half) Marathon

Heading into the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon weekend, things hadn’t been going my way. Training hadn’t been great, I was working through a shoulder/neck injury and I was debating even going ahead with the half marathon.  After a lot of … Continue reading

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When to pull the plug on a race

A lot of runners are afraid of the dreaded DNF, but personally, I’m a little more afraid of the DNS – did not start.  Which is worse – not making it to the finish line or not making it to … Continue reading

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