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Race Update - Switzerland is good to me

Switzerland has been good to me. Two summers ago I came to Luzern completely new to the whole European racing scene. I had no idea how it all worked and I had no idea about the “politics” involved. 835 more words

Planes, Trains & Ridiculously Expensive Coffee!

After a 10 hour flight from Vancouver to Paris aboard the luxury airliner Air Transat, a 4 hour layover in Charles De Gaulle airport (I’ve seen better airports) and a 50 min flight to Zurich, I was pretty much wrecked. 665 more words

And then there were two

This hurdles race from France is just crazy! Who designed the course? The attrition rate for riders and horses is ridiculous.

Commentary

Canadian Nationals Recap - surviving the heat, the power of mental strength, and a quick trip to Montreal!

Another Canadian Championship has come and gone. Even with this year being a little different in that it wasn’t a true selection trials for a national team, there was no shortage of exciting events and great performances. 2,172 more words

Running

Vitus Ashaba: Olympic Performance of Uganda's Middle-Distance Champion and Steeplechaser

In the late August of 1972, Uganda middle-distance champion and steeplechaser Vitus Ashaba aged 29, flew to Munich with the crop of Ugandan athletes and boxers to represent the nation at the Olympics in Germany. 1,193 more words

Runner's High — Rhodes College

Rhodes College — Memphis, Tennessee

Steeplechaser — Tyler Brinks, Hope College

Hooray Run