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April 10, 2019

K2J Fitness runners will be back in Hopkinton for the 2019 Boston Marathon.

 Here is a little K2J  Fitness Boston History.

We start 16 years ago, pre-K2J Fitness but these were all K2J runners they just did not know it yet!

Boston 2003

Robert Kipkoech Cheruiyot was the men's winner in 2:10:11. The women's winner was Svetlana Zakharova in 2:25:20. The race star...

July 5, 2016

A race report from the K2J down under division!

A quick race report for you from this side of the globe. I ran the Gold Coast marathon on Sunday, my second time up there. The course has the reputation as Australia’s fastest marathon and the only course in Aus with sub 2.10 male finishing times. It's flat and fast with very few turns.

The race started at 7.20am an...

July 5, 2016

The short version:

Great event, really hot day!

The long version:

It has been that kind of spring… a month ago Ottawa Race Weekend was so hot they had to change the start times and two weeks ago Rideau lakes Cycle Tour was so cold, windy and wet I rode in a raincoat, hat, full fingered gloves, booties and leg warmers. In the days leading up to IM 70.3 Mt Tremblant...

May 15, 2016

Sinister 7 – 2013 Race Report by Randy Cocek | K2J Fitness

 

Race Details

The Sinister7 is a trail relay and ultramarathon in Crowsnest Pass Alberta. It’s one of the tougher races in Canada, I’m told. The total distance is 148k with a 5.3km elevation gain and consequently, another 5.3km of elevation loss. The terrain is mostly single and double track trail. Each l...

May 15, 2016

The Rhinebeck Hudson Valley Half Marathon As I volunteer at Ottawa Race Weekend, I was looking around for an event two weeks earlier and stumbled on this gem in the Hudson Valley. The Hamlet of Rhinebeck in Dutchess County New York, was initially settled in 1688 by Dutch settlers and retains tremendous historical character. I was familiar with the area from pas...

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