Good news, I’m still getting faster!
Last weekend I ran the unofficial Quebec 10,000m Provincial Championships, my Coach John Lofranco re-caps the weekend and the race here.
We had a nice bit of racing in our club this past weekend.
Amélie Kretz continued her absolute dominance over any other competitors (her closest rival was Gabrielle Edwards of Saskatchewan 41 seconds behind) in the National Junior Tri Series.
Over the last month I’ve been fortunate to attend a few courses offered by Quebec’s National Coaching Institute.
Now safely returned to Montreal, I’ve had a moment or two to reflect on the Olympic Trials experience.
It is now two days after my third place finish in the 10,000m at the Canadian Track and Field Championships.
More photos to come!
Here is the exciting progression run, er, I mean qualifying race in the men’s 1500m at the 2012 Canadian Olympic Trials.
The Trials are upon us. The rarefied air of Calgary poses little challenge to the beasts of the East.
I popped my flying cherry.
What I mean by that is I took my first flight ever the other night, from London, Ontario to Calgary, Alberta.
Something happened this week at the USATF Olympic Team Trials that should make us pause and think about our sport, and our attitude towards it.
I would like to apologize for my lack of blogging and only “logging” but I just can’t seem to spit out a blog lately.
Pour une version française, visitez la site de la Fédération Québecoise d’Athlétisme.
What does it take to be world class?
It as been a while since my last entry. Lots as happen since I last blogged, I’ll try to do my best to recap everything, but to be honest I don’t even remember the last time I blogged.
Here’s a quick rundown of the efforts and exploits of our crew in this first weekend of June:
It’s always been here, this little voice that I’ve tried to ignore for many years now.