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RunK2J at BoilerMaker

Boilermaker Road Race is a classic event you can do over and over again. Billed as Worlds Best 15K Road Race, the whole town is behind this event. This was a RunK2J team Roadtrip, and we had tons of fun!

RunK2J at Ottawa Race Weekend

RunK2J was well represented in Ottawa Race Weekend. Volunteering activities spread over 3 days, and we had runners entered in all 5 race categories! Thanks for everyone in participating.

Bay to Breakers – California

The course starts in downtown San Francisco near the Bay and ends at Ocen Beach, which is adjacent to the Pacific Ocean (hence ‘Bay to Breakers)’. The first half of the course runs through the downtown as well as some nice residential areas. The second half is run through beautiful Golden Gate Park.

Andrew ‘Bunny’ 21.1 Vancouver

The BMO Vancouver Marathon weekend markets itself using the phrase ‘Stunning Running’. The scenery is awesome. You have views of the Coastal Mountains for most of the run and a good portion of the second half of the race is in beautiful Stanley Park.

Spring Jock River Race

Originally posted on Wandering Canuks:
I always enjoy getting my gear out for the first paddle of the season – and for the past decade (or longer?) this has often been the Jock River Race, as a fun little paddle. This event draws in alot of casual paddlers, as well as a handful of serious…

Dan’s ATB Hybrid Hammer & Brews

Synopsis: This race is always well organized. Being my 9th time running the 30k, it was nice to go back to in-person racing with this race.

The ATB Hammer Hybrid consist of a virtual 2k, 5k, 10k and 15k and capped with in-person 30k. I did all the virtual distances during my training leading up to the 30k in-person race.

H&J: Love the fine selection of ATB Brews for the post-race recovery.

Around The Bay with Yvonne – 2022

It was cool to be running in the oldest road race in North America.

In spite of the wind and the cold everyone seemed to be in good spirits and grateful to be running again, for many this was their first race in over 2 years.

Note: ‘Run Ottawa’ provides a bus shuttle service for this event to keep transportation simple.

Photo Credit: Dave Daze

Shamrock Shuffle (8km) 2022 race report

Originally posted on HockeyGeekGirl:
The Shamrock Shuffle is a very popular 8km race in Chicago. This post will give you an idea of what to expect if you choose to run the race. The key takeaway: It’s a fun race, I highly recommend it. There’s something to be said for going out to run big…

Winterman – 2022

Winterman is a true wintry event not for the faint of heart. Shout-out to Adam at Somersault who was able to change the original venue due to ongoing events regarding “freedom” convoy. Beechwood venue provided privately paved path winding around the cemetery that allowed for roughly 5K loops – Soo Owens.

Dion ‘Ignite The Night’ Snowshoe Run

What better way to start 2022 by doing something new (for me): participate in the Dion ‘Ignite The Night’ snowshoe run! This event took place in the evening of Jan-8 at Upper Canada Heritage Village that boasts an impressive Christmas Light display of 1,000,000 colored lights to illuminate the starting area.

Hiking the Rideau Trail End to End

Originally posted on Racing and Traveling over 50.:
The Rideau Trail is a 327 km trail from Ottawa to Kingston which is maintained by the Rideau Trail Association. A non-profit volunteer group who do an amazing job of maintaining 387 km of trail. After a year of pandemic living my husband Harold and I were looking…

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Fat Ass 10K Trail-Run

So with Judy signing up for a fall event at the in-person Fat Ass Trail Run in Batawa, I took the opportunity to sign up for a shorter event at the same venue, as I was going to be there anyway when some additional slots became available with loosening C19 restrictions. A month after signingContinue reading “Fat Ass 10K Trail-Run”

9 Run Run. How did this happen?

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?

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