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Canada’s Best Bling p.14 How to avoid the hol­i­day run­ning slump p.36 TRACEY TONG runs and writes in Ot­tawa and Toronto. When she isn’t train­ing for her next marathon, she’s dash­ing af­ter her two-year-old daugh­ter, Mil­li­cent. @tracey­tong Is marathon­ing in Canada headed back to the dark ages? p.16 PA­TRICK MACK­IN­NON ran cross-coun­try and track at the Univer­sity of Water­loo. He is still com­pet­ing across a va­ri­ety of dis­tances post­col­le­giately. He lives in Hamil­ton. There’s some­thing about the Cabot Trail Re­lay p.60 AL­TAIRA NORTHE is a run­ner with the Park­dale Road­run­ners and a free­lance writer, split­ting her time be­tween in Toronto and the West Coast. Last May, she had the plea­sure of join­ing an all-women’s team to take on the Cabot Trail Re­lay, and act as an em­bed­ded re­porter for her fea­ture on the ex­pe­ri­ence. @ctr­lal­taira Run­ning To Stand Still p.80 LAUREN STOPE was born and raised in Van­cou­ver. Lauren’s love af­fair with run­ning started late in life. Now an avid run­ner, she can be found ex­plor­ing Van­cou­ver’s beau­ti­ful beaches and for­est trails (weather per­mit­ting) and on rainy days can most likely be found at a spin class or pi­lates.

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