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    Canada Running Series 2012 Online Registration Opens

    Posted: Nov 28, 2011 In: News With: 2 comments

    PRESS RELEASE Canada Running Series 2012 online Registration Opens at 12 noon TODAY, November 28th: Early Bird fees, COMBO PACKS & lots to look forward to! “Canada Running Series has revolutionized road running in Canada.” Richard Lee, coach to Dylan Wykes. “CRS is one of things that make me proud to be a Canadian runner!” […] Read More »
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    MyNextRace News Release

    Posted: Nov 23, 2011 In: News With: 3 comments

    NEWS RELEASE                                              November 21, 2011 Toronto to host Midnite New Year’s Eve Run Toronto, Canada – All Sports Marketing Inc. and have announced another fun sports property for runners and athletes.  Save the date, and BOOK your trip to Toronto, North America’s fastest-growing running market. The inaugural New Year’s […] Read More »
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    SOLO, One Man, One Ocean, Two Oars

    Posted: Nov 22, 2011 In: News With: 1 comment

    Press Release Former UK resident and athlete John Beeden who now lives in Kilbride, Ontario with his wife and two daughters is undertaking the daunting task of rowing the Atlantic Ocean solo. John first formulated the idea of the row a few years back. Despite undergoing open heart surgery two years ago for a heart […] Read More »
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    Winter Activities for the Endurance Athlete

    Posted: Nov 22, 2011 In: News With: 2 comments

    You have trained and raced hard spring, summer and fall and you now need to chill out and do something a bit different during winter. Well why not choose some activities which while providing variety will also provide benefit you in terms of cross-training. How does Hiking, Yoga, Strength Training, Rock Climbing and Cross Country […] Read More »
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    Beer Mile

    Posted: Nov 21, 2011 In: News With: 5 comments

    Okay this goes against the philosophy of MyNextRace where we try to encourage regular exercise and healthy eating but every now and again you have to let your hair down! And what better way than to run a ‘Beer Mile’! For those of you who have not had the ‘good fortune’ to have participated in […] Read More »
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    Why discrimination when it comes to walking?

    Posted: Nov 18, 2011 In: News With: 0 comments

    In 1984 Olympics they allowed women to compete in the Marathon distance for the first time. Why then in the 2012 Olympics will there be no 50K walk for women? Seems hard to believe that there are still some Olympic events that the IAAF have deemed only suitable for men. Erin Taylor-Talcott from New York […] Read More »
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    Lesotho to have it’s first ever runner in the Boston Marathon

    Posted: Nov 17, 2011 In: News With: 3 comments

    We all know about the dominance of long distance runners by the African nations, specifically Kenya and Ethiopia. Well could this be the first small step by another country to try and challenge the elites? Lesotho are due to have their first ever runner in next year’s Boston Marathon. Assisted by an American charity which […] Read More »
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    MyNextRace RACEON!

    Posted: Nov 16, 2011 In: News With: 0 comments

    We all know about GROUPON well now we have RACEON courtesy of MyNextRace….. GROUPON step aside…..MyNextRace RACEON is here! Want to win $20 off your next race entry fee? 20 lucky MyNextRace fans can….but only if the deal is ON! We need at least 100 entries for the deal to be ON! 1. Go to […] Read More »
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    Kids running 5Ks?

    Posted: Nov 16, 2011 In: News With: 2 comments

    Should young kids be running 5Ks along with the adults? I participated in a 10K a few weeks ago which had the 5K stating at the same time. At the start line (I tend to try and get near the front because I am competitive!) I had round me 3 or 4 very young kids. […] Read More »
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    NYC marathon runner loses car for 2 days

    Posted: Nov 15, 2011 In: News With: 5 comments

    Most runners may encounter the odd delay at bag check or misplace a piece of their clothing, cell phone or wallet on race day, but have you ever lost your car? After finishing the New York City Marathon on Nov.6th, Charles Petraske of Albany could not remember where he parked his car. His wife was […] Read More »