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Warning, a wild weekend is ahead. This Saturday in St-Isidore the 10-km Rheal Hache serves up another great 10-km and 5-km event like it has since way back in 1982. The 10-km is a Super Series race and you can get all the details at https://events.runnb.ca/event/10km-rheal-hache-st-isidore/20862/ On the same day in Sussex you can feel … Continue reading On the Run June 13, 2018 (an Expanded version of the column that appeared in this morning’s Telegraph Journal)
This weekend the largest women’s triathlon in Atlantic Canada takes place in Hampton. The Hampton Ladies Triathlon takes place Sunday in support of the KV Domestic Violence Outreach. This is always an emotional uplifting event, check it out at https://raceroster.com/events/2018/15548/erdinger-alkoholfrei-hampton-ladies-triathlon-duathlon-2018 The runners start rolling Saturday with the MAF Flyin Feet Five Miler in Fredericton. This event highlights the beautiful, … Continue reading On the Run June 7, 2018 (an Expanded version of the column that appeared in the June 6 Telegraph Journal)
Hey runners, if you can’t find a run for this weekend you aren’t trying hard enough, it is action packed. On Saturday in Grand Bay-Westfield the River Valley Rave Run offers up a flat and fast 5-km as the Provincial Championships. This is the 14th running of the Rave Run and it has a history … Continue reading On the Run (an expanded version of the column that appeared in the May 30 Telegraph Journal)
The long weekend in May is the unofficial start of summer in New Brunswick and we have some great running events coming up to celebrate it. On Thursday there is another chance to get into the R.a.T. Race at Rockwood Park. It’s a low cost no frill night out with other runners (or walk/runners) and … Continue reading On the Run May 23, 2018 (an expanded version of the column that appeared in this morning’s Telegraph Journal)