In an odd reversal of roles, it looks like I signed up for and completed a 10K run, while Judy stayed put near the finishing area to take photos help with the race itself. What’s happening to me?
It’s been quite a summer, and with an effective C19 protocol available, Judy and I spent some time pondering what kind of event we could put together that would meet the spirit of RunK2J. We’ve always wanted to do a variation of “The Barkley Marathon”, that was inclusive, challenging at various levels, and most importantly,Continue reading “BarkHaven 2021 , Race Directors edition”
As the Chief Executive Volunteer (CEV) of RunK2J, I need to keep my volunteer skills tuned during the C19 period, so when we get back to having events in place, we’re able to volunteer and get some public events back into place. May was timeframe to complete Ottawa Race Weekend virtual runs, and the gameContinue reading “RunK2J Virtual Marathon Sherpa”
With a summer like no other, everyone is looking for ways to keep themselves motivated while staying close to home. Looks like i have a chance to embark on a 772km journey from France to the shrine of the apostle Saint James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.
Great news, one of our favourite unique Ottawa races is being offered as a virtual event! Here is a recent posting making that announcement. Hmmm, can Harold virtually volunteer at the finish line? See below for notice from Winterlude Tri! Over the last 35 years, Mother Nature has often presented challenging organizing and race dayContinue reading “2021 Winterlude Triathlon goes virtual”
“Run K2J” is a new adventure, though the players have been around the regional & national running and triathlon scenes in numerous forums for many years. At Run K2J we believe that being part of a supportive community of athletes is the most rewarding form of training. You can take your training seriously, and stillContinue reading “About Run K2J”