Author: Enzo Federico

We acknowledge the use of Rapid Response imagery from the Land, Atmosphere Near real-time Capability for EOS (LANCE) system operated by the NASA/GSFC/Earth Science Data and Information System (ESDIS) with funding provided by NASA/HQ.

Mother Nature Calls the Shots!

We are progressing full steam ahead with preparations for the Knee Knacker this Saturday, July 11th. As always, we put our runners’ health and safety as our top priority. Currently we are monitoring reports on air quality closely and are in touch with experts to determine what our criteria &...

“Party in the Park” – RSVP required by June 30

This year we will be having a “Party in the Park” at the finish line in Panorama Park and we need all runners and volunteers to RSVP for a meal ticket by June 30th. If you would like to purchase additional tickets for friends or family, please indicate this on...

2014 – A few interesting stats

So, would it be an understatement to say that the weather was a factor in the 2014 Knee Knacker? Look at some of the numbers below, and I’m sure it will be quite obvious. It can also be seen in the updates made by Pat Malaviarachchi to the “Temperatures/Times over the...

2013 – A few interesting stats

I believe it is safe to say that course and weather conditions for the 25th running of our race this year were much more favourable than those in 2012. Compare the stats/observations below to those I posted for 2012 – http://www.kneeknacker.com/resultsstats/a-few-interesting-stats/: 244 starters is a record, beat­ing pre­vi­ous high of 212...

2013 Results

Overall results with splits for the 2013 race are now available at http://www.sportstats.ca/displayResults.xhtml?racecode=105404 And, for those who prefer the “old-school” simple text-based reports: Over­all Age Groups Stage 1 Stage 2 Stage 3 Finish

More Historical Stats Updated

Another updated historical summary page, comparing race day temperatures over the years to median finishing times: Tem­per­a­tures/times over the years Many thanks to Sean Lavin who started this analysis a few years ago, and to Pat Malaviarachchi for bringing it up to date!