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BMO St. Patrick’s Day 5K: Fast, Scenic and First Class

BMO St. Patrick’s Day 5K: Fast, Scenic and First Class

Christopher Kelsall March 2, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Looking for a fast 5K road race that treats runners at the front of the pack as well as those at the back in a first class manner?

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The 100 Mile Berlin Wall Race

The 100 Mile Berlin Wall Race

Dick Straight February 26, 2015 0

Race News Service. Edited by Dick Straight @TheStraightDick The 100 Mile BERLIN Wall Race Berlin’s longest race commemorates the victims of the Berlin Wall that separated East and West Germany. It is still another six months till the fourth

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Canadian Track and Field Roundup to February 22, 2015

Canadian Track and Field Roundup to February 22, 2015

Dick Straight February 25, 2015 0

@TheStraightDick US runner Maksim Korolev and Peru’s Gladys Tejeda produced dominating performances to take the senior titles at the Pan-American Cross Country Cup in Barranquilla, Colombia, on Sunday the 22nd of February. The event happened at

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Nick Symmonds to Play John-Boy Walton

Nick Symmonds to Play John-Boy Walton

Dick Straight February 20, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated @TheStraightDick American Olympic athlete Nick Symmonds is set to play John-Boy Walton in the un-anticipated biopic of Richard Earl Thomas’s life in film, stage and television. Thomas is most famous

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Is Pot an Ethical Performance Enhancer?

Is Pot an Ethical Performance Enhancer?

Christopher Kelsall February 10, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Apparently, there is a new ethics debate taking place in the ultra-marathon community about the use of marijuana (THC) as a performance enhancing drug. The World Anti-Doping Agency

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Pathetic Study: Running Fast is nine times more likely to cause death

Pathetic Study: Running Fast is nine times more likely to cause death

Dick Straight February 9, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated If you strive to be wholly mediocre as a runner, read some of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology propaganda. For example their 2012 published tripe

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RUSSIAN DOPING: Russia Sanctions Tatyana Artyomova for Two Years

RUSSIAN DOPING: Russia Sanctions Tatyana Artyomova for Two Years

Dick Straight February 3, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Russian Athletics Federation interim President Leonid Khrushchev today announced that international middle-distance runner Tatyana Artyomova has earned a two-year sanction from international competition. She is the 95th Russian

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Justyn Knight’s Canadian Junior Indoor Mile Record

Justyn Knight’s Canadian Junior Indoor Mile Record

Christopher Kelsall February 2, 2015 0

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Eighteen-year-old Justyn Knight of Vaughn, Ontario, set out to clear the four-minute mile benchmark on Saturday, January 31st in the Penn State National meet. The Syracuse University freshman

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Indoor Track: Five Canadians Perform Well on January 31st

Indoor Track: Five Canadians Perform Well on January 31st

Christopher Kelsall February 1, 2015 0

© Copyright — 2015 – Athletics Illustrated A quinary of Canadians ran well Saturday January 31st starting with Vaughn, Ontario’s Justyn Knight who ran a (pending) new Canadian junior record and sub-four minute indoor mile

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Cameron Levins: “I am as fit as I have ever been.”

Cameron Levins: “I am as fit as I have ever been.”

Christopher Kelsall January 31, 2015 2

© Copyright – 2015 – Athletics Illustrated Message board thread Cameron Levins is about to embark on two seasons of racing that will provide several excellent opportunities for him to take another step forward on the

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