Injuries are a Two-Staged Process

I do not have any scientific background on this, but unfortunately I have had a wealth of experience with injuries as a middle distance runner. Over the years I’ve had everything from sore… Continue reading

A Time to be Thankful

There is so much in my life to be thankful for, but today I’m giving gratitude to my running. It inspires me. It keeps me sane. It keeps me healthy.

Respecting Your Injuries

On Wednesday night I was out for my usual training run. I headed into the Sherwood Forest and over to Sunnybrook park. I was just thinking which way I wanted to head home,… Continue reading

Creating Passion

The other night someone asked me how I would teach the younger generation about passion. Easy, right? Without role modelling. I was stumped. My initial reaction was through questioning. Specifically ‘Why is [insert… Continue reading

EuroRace Adventure – Update #3: Reflection

It’s been just over two weeks since I landed back here in Toronto. It has given me just enough time to reflect upon how awesome my experience in Europe was without losing the… Continue reading

Track and Roll

Thanks to Gillian Tweedie at Lululemon for putting together one of the best track and field meets in Toronto, Track and Roll; as founder of the event and a track athlete, she had… Continue reading

EuroRace Adventure – Race #2

Race Adventure took me to Heusden-Zolder, a quaint little village about 50km east of Leuven. Leading up to the race Returning from my adventures in Oxford it had been a great few days… Continue reading

On Meeting Sir Roger Bannister

I had a moment with Roger Bannister most runners would do just about anything for, I had 30 minutes with Sir Roger Bannister in his home. While I will be very protective about… Continue reading

EuroRace Adventure Week #1

The First Few Days On July 8th I boarded a plane and headed off to Paris to see what it was like racing over in Europe. Somehow as luck would have it I… Continue reading

The Road To Nationals

Three months ago I had not idea that I would be standing on the start line for the 1500m final, let alone as a contender. I came back to running because my amazing… Continue reading