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Category Archives: Banque Scotia 21K de montreal
MONTREAL. April 28. Olympian Eric Gillis and World Championships-bound Krista DuChene proved the class of the field this morning as they raced to comfortable victories at the Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal, the Athletics Canada National Half-Marathon Championships. Defending champion … Continue reading
APRIL 23rd. As race results poured in from across North America last weekend Krista DuChene was sitting comfortably at home content to sink all her efforts into the upcoming Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal. The April 28th race – which … Continue reading
MONTREAL. April 29th. In the end, both pre-race favourites – Eric Gillis of Guelph’s Speed River TFC and Kate Bazeley of the Nautilus Club in St. John’s, Newfoundland – triumphed at this morning’s Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal to take … Continue reading
“Matt Loiselle Chasing Canadian Half Marathon Title at the Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal,” by Paul Gains
All week leading up to Sunday’s Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal Matt Loiselle has kept an eye on the weather forecast hoping that the wind is kind to the runners racing around Parc Jean Drapeau. A year ago the winds … Continue reading
Canadian Olympic marathoner Eric Gillis flies into Montreal Friday to contest the Banque Scotia 21k de Montreal as a tune-up for the London Olympics. By no means does the 32 year old distance running star expect an easy time in … Continue reading
TORONTO. March 14th. Few might have predicted Dayna Pidhoresky would develop into one of Canada’s most promising long distance runners when she ran for the University of Windsor Lancers until two years ago. Indeed, a 14th place finish in the … Continue reading
Coolsaet, Watson, Loiselle, Smith to race for Canadian Half Championships at Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal
February 14th. This year’s Canadian Half Marathon Championships at Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal on April 17th just became a dog fight for the men as well as the women with the announcement that Reid Coolsaet, Rob Watson, Matt Loiselle Andrew Smith will … Continue reading
Megan Brown, Lanni Marchant join women’s field for Canadian Half Marathon Championships at Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal, April 17th.
JANUARY 24th. What was shaping up to be a good women’s race for the Canadian Half Marathon Championships at Banque Scotia 21K de Montreal, just became even better with the addition of Ontario’s Megan Brown and Lanni Marchant. They will … Continue reading
January 20th. Making plans for this weekend, and even though it’s cold, frosty, icy and white outside, there’s LOTS of running and racing going on, near and far. Before I turn to Dubai and Burlington, a few notes worth sharing on … Continue reading
January 13th. Well, it’s not just the elite athletes like Dayna Pidhoresky and Kate Vaughan who are starting to commit to 21K de Montreal and crank things up for April 17th — its OUR turn to get going, too! The … Continue reading