Our members span a wide range of abilities and ages but share a common enthusiasm for running. Most prefer road and cross-country running, but some also participate in track events, while a few are drawn to ultramarathons on road and trail. We field both competitive and social teams in road relays every year and for many these are the highlight of the running calendar.
This group is open to existing members and potential members. Please post all your race results or use this as a discussion forum.
Tomorrow, we are going back to our good ol' Point Grey track - 5 x 1k, plus some heroics if desired.
2017 LGRR Miracle Mile results, compliled by Roger Brownsey:
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I was the #1 ...from the last to first. 😂 (1 day ago)
47th Annual Cunningham Seawall Race Oct 21.Check out the attached retro poster. Register here seawallrace.com #seawallrace
Great looking poster, honouring the history of this legendary event! I look forward to being back on the mic for it (2 days ago)Don Basham:
So glad we are going back to the original course, distance and time. 1 (2 days ago)Cynthia Stout:
Fabulous poster, Frank (2 days ago)Don Basham:
Thanks for this Frank.
Do you know what year in the photo?
Sent from Mail for Windows 10 1 (2 days ago)Jack Taunton:
Great poster and so many memories. Jack (1 day ago)
Thanks to everyone who came to this evening's Miracle Mile event. As usual it was perfect weather (albeit hazy) and races were well-organized and documented by Roger Brownsey and Frank Stebner. The post-race picnic was excellent - thanks to everyone who contributed.
Sorry I couldn't make it this year. Still on the road to recovery. (2 days ago)
How often and where do you have the training sessions?
Hi Cecilie. The group meet for a regular workout every Thursday at 6pm on the Point Grey Secondary school track at East Boulevard, just north of West 41st Avenue in Vancouver (Behind McDonald's at 41st and East Blvd). The workout starts at 6:00pm so you should arrive and warm up earlier.
Our enthusiastic coach Leo Lam is there come rain, snow, or shine. He is a very experienced runner and has a wealth of running knowledge to share.
The workouts are different every week and consist of interval training and repeats of distances usually ranging from 400 metres to 2000 metres. Most times there are a dozen or more runners of all levels at our workouts and generally a few in the "rehab group", either getting back into the swing after injuries or in recovery from the latest race. In any event, there are several pace levels so everyone is welcome to plug in to the session at whatever level they feel like. The emphasis is on hard but conservative running. 3 (3 days ago)
Hans asked me a tough question, left me scratching my head!
See you at the LGRR Miracle Mile tomorrow.
I can't see the attachment and I won't be there tomorrow. See you at Eastside 10k! (6 days ago)