No Category selected Why it’s great to be a runner on Hallowe’en

    Why it’s great to be a runner on Hallowe’en


    You can try for new trick-or-treating speed records

    You have the endurance to keep up with sugar-buzzed kids

    Tights + compression shirt + shiny running shoes = superhero costume!

    Candy = extra energy for your speed workout

    You can outrun the zombie horde

    In the event you can’t outrun the zombie horde, you can blend in with it – no makeup required after a marathon!

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    A runner for just over four years, Karen has already completed a marathon, two half marathons and a variety of 5k and 10k races. She describes her first marathon - the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon last September - as "a nightmare." However, she met a very interesting person in the process - a man named Sydney who was running his 152nd marathon! Although the race didn't go as well as planned for Karen or Sydney, he showed her that no matter how experienced a runner you are, you can still have a bad day. "Does that mean we shouldn't bother to prepare, or maybe just shouldn't bother at all? Of course not!" says Karen. "In the end, it is what we make it." We like her optimism!


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