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Epi. 143-The Magnificent Master, Michael Gill

Often times on the Terminal Mile, we shine a spotlight on athletes in their young 20s to mid 30s, living their physiologically best years chasing the top of the athletic world, but every now and again, there are other areas of our sport that really catch our eyes, and our imaginations. Michael Gill is one of those people. Beginning running in his teens, running with the notable Windsor Lancers, taking 5 years off from the sport, and eventually returning, Michael, an athlete born in 1977, has...


Track Wrap-August 22-Birmingham DL, Edmonton Marathon, Morton Games

THis week on Track Wrap: -Birmingham Diamond League brings it, results from our top Canadians. -Working the circuit, journeymen and women try their hand on the euro scene, and Show down in the city of champions, the Edmonton Marathon takes to the streets.


Epi 142-Persistence, A Pan Am Gold And A Literary Preview With Natasha Wodak And Lewis Kent

One of the great things about distance running is that its proof that persistance pays off. While nothing is ever guaranteed, it stands to show that if you put in the work, learn from your experiences, adjust accordingly and keep showing up, you’ll be in a position to improve on past results. On this week’s show, we have two guests, both some of the most persistent athletes I know. Natasha Wodak, Canadian 10,000m record holder, and pan am gold medalist is gearing up for world champs and she...


Track Wrap-August 14-The Wham Bams Of Pan-Ams, The Hammer Drops In The Steel City

This week on Track Wrap: -The Wham! Bam! of Pan Ams, Canadians take Peru by storm. -The Hammer drops in the Steel City, 2 meets in 2 weeks light it up in Hamilton, Ontario, and Going for broke in Memphis, updates from the Ed Murphey Classic


Epi 141-Making Medal Moves With Mariah Kelly

With a 4:12.68 in borrowed spikes, Mariah Kelly netted her first national medal, a bronze in a loaded 1,500, just behind Gabriella Debuess-Stafford and Jenna Westaway, 2 international caliber athletes with top flite seasons. Mariah, a member of the Vic CIty Elite, and Athletics Canada West, as well as a New Balance supported athlete is now chasing standards, trying to nab a spot on the Doha World Championships team this fall, and we caught up with her this week in Memphis.


Epi. 140-Matt Lincoln On The DMR, Coaching And His Career(New Balance Terminal Mile Cup Prepper)

On Monday at the Hamilton PB Twilight, the second annual New Balance Terminal Mile Cup-Distance Medley Relay and Athletics Ontario DMR Championships will be taking place at the Mona Campbell track on the grounds of MacMaster University. As of right now there is still time to sign up, and even if you’re not racing, you’ll definitely want to go for a night of fast racing at a track known for turning personal bests. Trust me, last year was a very special night, this year will be the same. To...


Track Wrap-July 29-Canadian Championships, Tely 10, Terminal Mile Cup

This week on Track Wrap: -Track action in Montreal, the Canadian World Championship trials descend on the City of Saints -Paradise won, the Tely ten sees a record fall -We are one week away from the Terminal Mile Cup-Distance Medley Relay Challenge.


Episode 139-Success, Struggle, And Championship Season With Evan Dunfee

A quick reminder that we’re just a week and a half away from the Terminal Mile Cup- Distance Medley Relay Challenge, brought to you by New Balance, and combining with Athletics Ontario for their DMR Championships. Register your team today, last year was a celebration of fast running, with everybody getting involved in the action, and I have no doubt this year will be as well. Prizes by New Balance, the top club registered teams will be eligible for the Athletics Ontario Championships, and...


Track Wrap-July 22-Debues-Stafford Breaks 1,500m NR, Degrasse Under 10s, Newman Breaks Own Record

This week on Track Wrap: The long-standing women’s 1,500m national record goes down at London Diamond League meet, Debuess-Stafford continues to re-write the record book with monster season. Degrasse dips under 10 in the 100m. Newman breaks her own National Record. Big results from Belgium; John Gay, Rachel Cliff, Erica Digby, Luc Bruchet and Justin Kent light it up.


Epi. 138-Taking Risks With Eric Gillis

“I don’t think I would have reached the level I did in the marathon without Eric and I being so closely lined up for all those years.” I was chatting with Reid Coolsaet, Olympian and 3rd fastest Canadian Marathoner of all time the other day, and that’s what he had to say about his long time Speed River training partner, Eric Gillis. The two of them, both rightfully the faces of the event in this country for many years trained side by side on the back roads just outside of Guelph, Ontario,...


Track Wrap-July 15-Miles In Monaco, Nailbiters In Napoli and the Sunset Series

This week on Track Wrap: Debues-Stafford continues to re-write the record book, coming third in the Brave Like Gabe Mile and McBride scores a seasons best at the Monaco Diamond League Meet. Nailbiters in Napoli-highlights from the Universiade in Italy and, the Sunset Series sets some Canadians up for longer seasons.


Epi. 137- The Evolution Of Phil Parrot-Migas

Epi. 137- The Evolution Of Phil Parrot-Migas by The Terminal Mile


Track Wrap-July 8-Dunfee, MacDougall Break Canadian Records, Lausanne DL and Edmonton 10k Results

This week on Track Wrap: -Dunfee smashes his own national record, race walker shows good form in record 10,000 at the B.C Champs. -The 34 year old 3000m junior record falls in London at the hands of Brogan MacDougall, a blazing race sees some super times. -Lausanne Diamond League results galore and -NACAC U23 highlights; a new relay record on the books.


Epi. 136-Kyle Wyatt, The Only Canadian In Atlanta

Epi. 136-Kyle Wyatt, The Only Canadian In Atlanta by The Terminal Mile


Track Wrap-July 2-Ahmed, Knight, Debues-Stafford Run Pre, Pan-Am Team Selected, Butterworth Runs SB

Big Performances At Prefontaine, PBs and lessons for mid-d mavericks; Ahmed, Knight and Debues-Stafford. Maple leafs to Lima, the national Pan-Am team selected for the end of July, and podium finishes in Sweden, Crew and Mitton tune up for FISU with notable throws.


Epi. 135- Bucking Trends And Running 10s With Branna Macdougall

Branna Macdougall has been on the radar of the collective Canadian distance running consciousness for the last half decade. Showing dominance on her own at the junior level, (she still holds the Canadian junior 5,000 record, running 15:48) and then when her younger sister Brogan showed similar ability, all eyes were focused on Kingston, seeing what could possibly be next for these girls. For Branna, it’s been an OUA championship, some solid times on the track, and most recently, being named...


Track Wrap-June 24- Degrasse Goes Sub 20, Lepage Dominates Dec, And Fast Domestic Results

Track Wrap-June 24- Degrasse Goes Sub 20, Lepage Dominates Dec, And Fast Domestic Results by The Terminal Mile


Epi. 134-The Night Of Magical Metric Miles (1,500m Night) With Isaiah Frielink And Lucia Stafford

Whether you’re just trying out your first pair of track spikes, or you’re running at the world championships, for most runners inclined that way, it all traces back to the twilight meet. These “all-comer” affairs provide the venue for testing tactics, setting personal bests and pretty much everything in between. While twilights can often be a local affair, maybe featuring clubs from a few towns over, there is one such meet in London, Ontario that has grown into something a lot more. 1,500m...


Track Wrap-June 17-Wodak, Flanagan, 10,000m Champs, O'Connell Runs Fast 5,000 And Rabat Results

This week on Track Wrap: -Van City Spectacular Sees Wodak and Flanagan Take 10,000m Championships -O’Connell and Abdulkarim find their 5k legs at The Adrian Martinez Classic -Rabat results; Degrasse on top and Debues Stafford inches closer to sub 4. -Domestic road and track results


Epi. 133-Rising Above, Setting Records With Nate Riech

There is no one, not even the most reckless of gamblers, in the world that would’ve put money on Nate Riech to be a world record holder. Never mind the near impossible odds we face between the numbers games and nature and nurture of it all, Nate was never supposed to be able to compete again after a golf accident left half of his body paralysed at a young age. With determination and grit, paired with time, rehab and therapy, Nate got to a point where he could compete with able bodied...