Tag Archives: Kathrine Switzer

The end of innocence for runners?

What happened yesterday?  Anyone who has run in a large city race or anyone who has been a spectator at such a race will know the rush of emotions: exhilaration, excitement, apprehension, perseverance, celebration.  When recalling the experience of a … Continue reading

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3 runners who inspire

My husband and I are “training” for two spring races, a 10K in Toronto on Mother’s Day and the Ottawa Half Marathon at the end of May.  Both are family events for us.  In the case of the Toronto 10K … Continue reading

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