Start List/Liste de Départ: No Surrender

“We learned more from a three minute record than we ever learned in school.” The call him The Boss for a reason.

Last night was the London Distance Classic.

Here’s a quick run-down of QC results. Lots of people went down for it:

Women’s 800m
Joannie Roy 2:16.06
Sarah-MIchelle Brochu 2:21.99

Men’s 800m
Charles Philibert-Thiboutot 1:52.76
Tommy Lecours 1:52.76
Jean-Samuel Lapointe 1:53.31
Fred Bouchard 1:54.97
Ben Raymond 1:56.36
Vincent Dguay 1:56.84
Marc-Antoine Rouleau 1:58.48
Félix Veillette 1:59.48

Women’s 5000m
Jeanne Mercier 17:54.73

Men’s 5000m
Emmanuel Boisvert 15:06.14
Sebastien Monette 15:09.28
Maxime Lapierre 15:27.90
Alexandre Lavigne 15:48.67
Stephane Colle (not listed in the results, DNF or DNS?)

Triathlon Code took part. Ian Donald also reports in after a solid run.

Matt Hulse has a plan. He’s opening up this weekend in Guelph.

And what is the ultimate goal of athletic training?

A rare post from Steve Boyd. A rare, but very good post.

Malindi Elmore has a post about the rough stuff. Are you for or against?

“Which Comes First, Cardio or Weights?”
launches today! I got my copy and I’m going to be posting a review in a day or so. I anticipate it will be a fast read!

Placebos for headaches? Sweatscience doesn’t fake his answer. (lol get it?) Amby Burfoot makes note of a couple new ideas on the eve of the American College of Sports Medicine’s annual meeting.