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Saturday Stories

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It is time once again for another edition of Saturday Stories, a collection of some of my favourite stories and blog posts from the past week.

Here are this week’s stories…

Some useful information on nutrition for runners.

An article about the marathon record for Canadian men.

A post about the beer mile.

Some tips for those of you getting back into training.

Saturday Stories

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It is time once again for another edition of Saturday Stories, a collection of some of my favourite stories and blog posts from the past week. As always, if you came across anything you feel is worthy of mention here feel free to post a link below.

Here are this week’s stories…

Here is a post about balancing work and training for a marathon.

Some humour here, 13 weird things runners do.

A post about Jerome Drayton, the current holder of the fastest marathon by a Canadian man.

10 things to know about runners.

Saturday Stories

It is time once again for another edition of Saturday Stories, a collection of some of my favourite stories and blog posts from the past week. As always, if you came across anything you feel is worthy of mention here feel free to post a link below.

Here are this week’s stories….

An oral history of the 2013 Boston Marathon.

A story on Reid Coolsaet’s efforts to break the Canadian men’s record in the marathon.

Looking to do a beer mile? Here are some tips.

This post was a good reminder that it was time for me to go through my own drawer of running clothes.

Here are some useful thoughts on planning a marathon if your finishing time is important.

Finally, the next #runchat will take place on Twitter tomorrow night.

Saturday Stories

It is time once again for another edition of Saturday Stories, a collection of some of my favourite stories and blog posts from the past week. As always, if you came across anything you feel is worthy of mention here feel free to post a link below.

Here are this week’s stories…

Here is an interesting article on the current Canadian marathon record holder, the oldest athletics record on the books in Canada.

Here is a post on the benefits of warm-up races while training for a longer race.

Here is another article on the impact of marathons on your heart. Contrary to the report from the Mayo Clinic earlier this week this one suggests that with appropriate training and hydration there is no permanent damage to your heart.

Finally, the next #runchat takes place on Twitter tomorrow night.