Posts Tagged ‘seawall race’

I have to admit I won’t be sad to see the end of 2019. Although lots of good things happened, the year as a whole took its toll on me personally and professionally. An all-consuming work project demanded a significant amount of time through until the end of August (although, on the upside, I got a new job out of it!). Big changes with my family meant several unscheduled visits back to Ontario – blessedly, things are now settled and everyone is happy.

As a result of all this, my blog suffered and I didn’t keep up the consistent writing I generally aspire to. Once I had run a race, I just didn’t have the energy to report on it. I was tired, I was uninspired. I felt bad about it, but not bad enough to get down to business. So, as the year draws to a close, I’m going to briefly summarize each of the races that I ‘missed’ reporting on this year!

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Seawall RaceDisclaimer: I received a free entry to the James Cunningham Seawall Race as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

There are two things that I particularly enjoy about autumn races, in general:  the weather is cool, and they start later! But when you live in a city like Vancouver, you can be nearly guaranteed the other variable of the season:  rain. And even though we new it was coming – despite the best efforts of Lions Gate Road Runners maven, Margaret Buttner – the morning of the 47th Annual James Cunningham Seawall Race dawned with a downpour. And the ducks were happy! (more…)

seawall race

Disclaimer: I received a free entry to the 47th Annual James Cunningham Seawall Race as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!

In my previous post about the 47th Annual James Cunningham Seawall Race, I talked about the race’s history (as well as my own history with the race!). Today, I decided to run the course, and share a few highlights along the way, including some history of the sights you’ll see when you run! (more…)