The 2018 Under Armour Eastside 10k is sure to impress any fan of Canadian Road Racing! With so many storylines to choose from within the elite field, it is anyone’s guess who will prevail in both the Men’s & Women’s race.
When ultrarunner Blaine Penny and his wife had their son, Evan, everything seemed normal at first. The Penny family’s lives didn’t change until Evan began to have some stomach problems as a young child in 2008.
Ending nearly two years of speculation, Cam Levins has confirmed he will make his marathon debut at the 2018 Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon on Oct. 21. The 29-year-old native of Black Creek, B.C. joins one of the strongest fields ever assembled for this IAAF Gold Label race.
For the first time in UA Eastside 10k history, we will have both Champions back to defend their titles against very competitive fields. For fans of the sport, this is going to one heck of a race. Stay tuned to CRS West social media channels for live updates on September 15th!
Who will be crowned the Champ of the Climb at this year’s Under Armour Eastside 10k? Following in the footsteps of Toronto’s Spring Run Off, this year the Under Armour Eastside 10k will have the addition of a “race within the race” as we attempt to take the most feared part of the course and turn it into a (questionably) fun & memorable experience!
Jack.org’s presence in the endurance community underscores an important link between physical activity and mental health for its many youth leaders across Canada.
The Canadian charity “aimed at empowering youth to revolutionize mental health”, has been strongly partnered with various initiatives in the endurance sports world almost since its inception. Recognizing the important relationship between physical activity and mental health, the charity is involved in several large sporting events across the country — including the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.
Aristotle Domingo has had his left leg amputated below the knee and his right foot partially amputated, yet he has found the will power to continue running
Advice from Toronto’s female running leaders on keeping the passion alive, improving, misconceptions about body size and more.