In this Issue:
- Rocks!! Wednesday Evening Run
- Runners wanted for one in a life time
- Pub Run - Christmas edition DEC 2
- NEW Kivi Park Fitness Series
- Winter running not as chilling as it
- Upcoming Events:
Dec 2 Santa Shuffle THIS
SATURDAY!! + Dec 31
- Running Room Run Club Update
- Track North News
Rocks!! Wednesday Evening Run
Runners wanted for
one in a life time experience
Sudbury team looking
for runners to run the Cabot Trail Relay Race May 26th and
Do you crave an awesome experience?
Our team is looking for
members for the 2018 Cabot Trail Relay. There are
17 legs in the event and we would love to have that
number on our team.
We are looking for high
energy, enthusiastic and positive runners willing
to push their limits to run the world-renowned Cabot
Trail, with its dramatic coastal views and highland
Please check out the
links below. They provide all the information you
For more information, please contact
Jean-Luc Larouche at: email@example.com
Cabot Trail Relay
The annual Cabot
Trail Relay Race is a 185 mile/276.33 km,
17 stage relay race through some of the most
beautiful scenery in the world… beginning
in Baddeck, Cape Breton, over steep mountains
in the Cape Breton Highlands National Park,
through many small communities around the
famous Cabot Trail, to the gently rolling
Pub Run - Christmas edition DEC 2
6 Pubs/6 Km/6 Hours · Hosted
by Ania Derecka
The second edition, aka Christmas
edition of the Pub Run is on! Put your favourite
runnings shoes on, dress for the weather,
bring a head lamp, arrange for a dd ahead
of time, and, don't forget to dress up for
the occasion (Christmas costumes, lights,
ugly sweaters, funny hats, whatevers sparks
your holiday spirit...). Our first pub will
be Buzzy Brown's. We are meeting at 6pm sharp
and we will head towards downtown but the
exact route will be kept a secret :) Feel
free to share/invite interested friends. The
route is approximately 6km and we will stop
at 6 pubs with the final one carefully chosen
to do some dancing. Who is in?
December 2 at 6:00 pm
Brown's Cedar Pointe Plaza
NEW Kivi Park Fitness Series
We are very excited to
start planning our new Kivi Park Fitness Series.
We are in the preliminary stages of all of the events.
On Monday, December 4th
we will be hosting our first official meeting for
the series at.
We are hoping to have
as many people as possible at this first meeting.
We want everyone to learn and understand the entire
series idea even if you will only be a part of one
of the events. At this meeting we can form the different
sub committees for each event.
The meeting will take
place on Monday, December 4th at Kivi Park at 7:00
pm. We hope to see you there!
So far the series includes:
Lo-Ellen (is doing a colour run)
Winter running not as chilling as it
Getting outside for a run in the winter can
be exhilarating if you make sure you're well prepared.
Rocks!! on Kivi Lake
ZOE MCKNIGHTStaff Reporter theStar.com
That fear is one of many that keeps some runners from
getting outside in winter. Fear of slipping. Fear
of freezing. But you can, in fact, run all winter
long, no matter how far the mercury slips below zero.
Most people will be just
fine — as long as they keep moving. Ask ultra-marathon
runner Katherine Yager, who ran 1,000 kilometres last
winter between December and March while training for
a spring “50-miler” or 80-kilometre race
in Haliburton, Ont.
She only covered 22 of
those kilometres on the treadmill. For the rest, Yager
faced the polar vortex. Literally. Her nose ran uncontrollably
and her eyelashes froze together.
think any cold is too cold,” she said. It’s
uncomfortable, sure, and she worried about frostbite,
but it was road conditions that drove her inside:
ice increased the risk of a slip and fall and the
odd blizzard made it hard to see.
Yager, 26, dresses strategically,
arranges her longer runs for milder days, fills her
bottle with warm water and tries to head out during
the meagre hours of winter sunlight.
“I find it really
rewarding in the winter to know I’ve spent all
this time outside and people spend all day inside,”
she said. “We live here and winter is a part
of that. I like being able to run outside all year
Hello Runner's and Walker's,
Good morning Sudbury Runner's and walker's,
Hope everyone is excited for the Santa Shuffle which
is taking place at College Boreal Saturday morning
at 10am for the 5km. Kit pickup starts Thursday afternoon
from 5pm to 8pm than picks right back up Friday morning
all day. Online registration ends Wednesday night,
but you can still register in-person at kit pick-up,
we are excited to make it bigger and better than ever
Garmin: The Forerunner 35, Vivoactive HRM, and the
Fenix 5 series are still on promo till November 30th
Reflective Jackets/Pants: Reflective jackets and
pants are on promo till December 3rd for 25% off.
Saucony: 25% off till November 29th
Nike: 20% off till December 5th
See you all for Run Club Wednesday
Eric, Ania, Cassandra, Erich, Caleb, Sam,
TRAINING PROGRAM NEWS
Catherine's 10km group keeps rolling with there program,
they are into the Speed work phase of the program
and are looking forward to Santa Shuffle.
The new clinics starting in the new year such as
the Learn to Run and 5km start on January 8th theres
no better way to start off the new year
IN STORE SPECIALS
Also the Resolution Run happening on December 31st
at 5pm at the Sudbury Running Room is 50% sold out
so if your wanting to run it make sure you secure
your registration. Or if you dont want to race and
can volunteer please do we are always looking for
We have FREE run club
Wednesday nights at 6pm and Sunday mornings at 8:30am.
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