Category: Community

Snow Grooming

2017 has been a fantastic ski season.   What does mean for the snow conditions along the Baden Powell trail on race day? “The way things look now, it will be nowhere near 1999 unless there are many more serious storms in next few weeks followed by unseasonable cool weather in...

Sponging Yourself

Self Serve:  Sometimes the intimacy of a sponge bath is just too much. By Hyannis, it’s not about cooling off or connecting with volunteers anymore. Some runners take it upon themselves to freshen up before the finish line. We all know how important it is to look fabulous coming into...

April 12, 2017 – Wednesday night training run photos by Salvador Miranda

Salvador Miranda’s  training run photos from the Powerline Trail are in this photo album.   Powerline trail is not part of the course on race day. Bonus:  Here is Salvador’s video link from Capilano Road.   Note:  The proceeds of all photo purchase are donated to North Shore Search and Rescue.   Each photo is a...

Being Sponged

Full Serve: By Hyannis Drive you’ve covered almost 42km and you need a bath. You think they’re offering the sponges because you’re hot and need a little pick me up but that’s not it at all. You’re glowing! So for no extra charge, the Vikings sponge you off, put a...

April 5, 2017 – Wednesday night training run photos by Salvador Miranda

First 2017 Wednesday night “unofficial” training run is done.  Salvador Miranda’s  training run photos from east of Brother’s Creek are in this photo album.   Note:  The proceeds of all photo purchase are donated to North Shore Search and Rescue.   Each photo is a digital download (without watermark) for $1 USD.  

Style and Smile

As runners reach the Memorial Connector – the newest section of the BP – they know they are just a couple of kilometres away from finally being finished. The big smiles on their faces at this point might have something to do with knowing that Honey’s donuts are also waiting...