I’ve had a long time to think, but that doesn’t necessarily mean any thoughts have occurred that were worth writing down.
The Canadian cross country championships are upon us. Yes, cue the snide remarks about the “age-group” season being done, and get ready for the real men and women.
Do you love track and field? Do you know someone who does and want to learn more about the sport?
Things went down at Thames Valley Golf Course. I think it is only fair to look at the results, and compare them to the predictions.
The MOC had a very successful weekend at the FQA cross-country championships in Sherbrooke. Our club reached the podium in three of the four races where we fielded a full team, and had a number of excellent individual performances.
Dans les jours avant le championnat provincial de cross country, un peu d’histoire pour se distraire…
Il y a une dizaine d’années, quand je suis arrivé à Montréal, il n’y avait que trois équipes universitaires de cross-country (et aucun circuit collégiale).
The Classic Kitely-McInnes Report 2013 CIS-XC Poll at Montreal Endurance #3 brought to you by New Balance
It’s go time. Not quite full-on show time, but at least at the conference championships we know that most teams will have their best line-ups lined up, looking to show their respective athletics departments how competitive they can be within their geographically defined units.
Photo is of the large pile of dirt a city of Montreal truck dumped on the start line moments before the women’s race.
On the men’s side there are many questions, none of which are: “who is going to win the team title?” The Laval Rouge et Or have pretty much sewn that up, barring a disaster beyond the scope of the sport.
The Classic Kitely-McInnes Report CIS-XC Poll at Montreal Endurance #2 brought to you by New Balance
There are some very interesting battles looming at both the OUA and CIS championships. We’ve seen something from almost all of the teams, except of course the folks out west.
Here is a guest blog post from Noella Koussa, an industrial design student at the University of Montreal, who is soliciting ideas on running equipment and community.
The concept of emotional honesty was introduced to me in a running context by Dave Scott-Thomas.
Saturday at the Metro Toronto Zoo, some of the top road runners in Canada will vy for the titles of men’s and women’s 10k national champion.
CIS Cross-Country 2013: Bob Vigars Swan Song Edition.
***UPDATE! BIG THANKS TO NEW BALANCE FOR PICKING UP THE NAMING RIGHTS TO OUR POLL.