Monthly Archives: September 2010

6k too short…

“If you’re going to run slowly, do it early in the season.” – Robert Kitz This basically describes my race at the New Balance Vic Matthews Open in Guelph last Saturday. While I understood that it was an early season … Continue reading

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Do not taunt the octopus.

On the bridge that we cross every day on the way over to Gibbons Park in London, someone has spray painted a warning that resembles the one on this bizarre sign. While the threat of octopi in the Thames River … Continue reading

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Snotrockets are not sexy.

I can tell that it’s cross country season and that fall is approaching because the frequency of snotrockets has increased. The cooler weather has wrecked havoc upon my sinuses, causing me to gross out people in the park as I … Continue reading

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It’s a Brand New Day

Track season has ended, and now we sit on the eve of cross country season. I’ve been meaning to update more often, so I suppose this is as good a time as any to reflect on my track season and … Continue reading

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I’m a Post-Collegiate!

I felt that I ought to inform my readers that this marks my until-now unheralded entry into post-collegiate running. As some of you may know, I had planned to attend teachers’ college at Queen’s University this year, during which I … Continue reading

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