Running

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Blazin BBQ’s Jessica Labelle to run 200 miles

Name: Jessica Marie Labelle Hometown: Chatham   Why did you start running? Running has always been something I’ve enjoyed. I fell in love with the freedom it gave me. I enjoy the challenges. What kind…
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Not your Typical Mom

The tranquil, quiet morning is broken by the soft footsteps of Krista Cranston as she hits the street for her morning run. The sun has not even thought about peeking over the horizon when Cranston…
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Over 328 students participated in at least one race at the Cross Country races held at Thamesgrove Conservation area; 17 schools, representing three school boards and two private schools in our community. Town Crier George…
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Sports at Wallaceburg Christian School

Wallaceburg Christian School has been educating students for over 60 years, and through these many years, the school has always given its best effort when it comes to sports.  Besides the school’s regular physical education…
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Tartan Tinman Triathlon

Wallaceburg District Secondary School invites you to join over 150 other participants to have fun with fitness at the 23rd Annual Tartan Tinman on May 19th, 2016.  We would truly like to see you come out…
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Sneak Peek of the Boston Marathon: Inspired from behind the tape

Here is a sneak peek of the Boston Marathon from a spectator’s point of view.  Check out the May/June Chatham-Kent SportsXpress Magazine on page 9 for the article! Photo Credit: Lauren Perry  

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The Runnin’ Horrobins

Photo Credit: Jessi Lashmore For Brian Horrobin, running has been a way of life for over 35 years. It began with cross-country running in elementary school, track in high school, and later road racing during…
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Team Hoyt Canada

In the spring of 1977, Rick Hoyt – a young man in a wheelchair – told his father, Dick Hoyt, that he wanted to participate in a five mile benefit run for a lacrosse player…
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Team Hoyt Canada

In the spring of 1977, Rick Hoyt – a young man in a wheelchair – told his father, Dick Hoyt, that he wanted to participate in a five mile benefit run for a lacrosse player…
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