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Boston Marathon bib fraud by pete
[April 24, 2014, 09:20:34 PM]

Re: Interesting Stufff on Minimalist Shoes and Effect on Bad Feet by Alan
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Re: 42 Best Signs at the Boston Marathon by Alan
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Re: Happy Birthday to Bruce and Bill by MaryC
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Re: Liu's virgin 2014 Boston report by MaryC
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Re: 42 Best Signs at the Boston Marathon by pete
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xx Race To The Top Of Vermont - Stowe - August 24, 2014 | 22 Apr 14
20:54:42 by Scott | Views: 33 | Comments: 3

Stowe Run – August 24, 2014...

xx COUPE DIX 30 - 6 ÉTAPES | 18 Apr 14
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The COUPE DIX30 is back in 201...

xx Terry Fox Tribute Run | 17 Apr 14
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First off, Thank You so much t...

xx ON THE ROAD TO BOSTON 2014 | 17 Apr 14
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Good luck to our Phoenix runne...

Phoenix Runners - Montreal

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Who are we?
Visit the Gallery photos going back to 2006

Our members range from students in their early 20’s to retirees. Some have run 30 marathons; some are working on their first marathon; some are fast and some are not so…all are there for the pure enjoyment of running with a group and having fun…on every run!

Where are we located?
Our training locations vary by season but all are in the West Island area of Montreal:
Monday - Pavillon Vincent-Lecavalier - parc Eugène-Dostie (488, montée de l'Église, L'Île-Bizard); 19h00
Wednesday - Pavillon Vincent-Lecavalier - parc Eugène-Dostie (488, montée de l'Église, L'Île-Bizard); 19h00
Saturday – Pavillon Vincent-Lecavalier - parc Eugène-Dostie (488, montée de l'Église, L'Île-Bizard) ;7:30 AM From May to September - 8:30 AM From October to April

Give us a try
If you are looking for a fun group to run with you have found the right place.

Come out to one of our runs and see what Phoenix is all about. Click HERE for a club brochure or HERE for a membership form.
Check this thread for our maps.


xx Boston Marathon bib fraud | 24 Apr 14
21:20:34 by pete
Views: 2 | Comments: 0

This story has been circulating on social media today, Kara Bonneau ran the Boston marathon with her bib # 14285, only to find out that four people ran with her bib number. She had posted a photo of her bib on instagram before the race.

The BAA is investigating the matter. Opinions abound regarding the culprits, from they should be praised for cheating the "system" Huh? to "they should get the death penalty" hahaha

I think banning them for life from the Boston marathon would be appropriate. Not the smartest way to run as a bandit…

xx Boston recovery run | 23 Apr 14
21:47:20 by pete
Views: 27 | Comments: 1

Did you have a good recovery run wednesday night Louis?...

xx Happy Birthday to Bruce and Bill | 23 Apr 14
06:24:31 by Raeann
Views: 78 | Comments: 12

On behalf of Frank (Phoenix Birthday Wisher Meister!) who's computer is down, he wishes both Bruce and Bill a Very Happy Birthday and Healthy 2014!


xx Liu's virgin 2014 Boston report | 22 Apr 14
Louis Liu
21:02:17 by Louis Liu
Views: 72 | Comments: 8

Thanks Pete for the video tell us the method how to deal with the down and up hills.
5km: I was so excited with so much cheering, and could hardly slow down my pace .
21km: As the first half was all the down hills, I planed 5min/km pace, but the first half I did 1:33 which was almost 4:30/km pace. I felt easy and try to kept the same pace to the last half.
25km: I suddenly felt a little cramp of my right leg, I knew that’s a bad signal to my fast pace. And there were even 17 km to go and there were up hills ahead. I have to slow down the pace to 5-5:30
30km: I have to stop to stretch my legs and went to toilet. Then coming the heart break  hills which  almost killing me.  Legs were so heavy and cramping again.
35km:  Down hill again and I try to push to the end.  Then every km seems so long. I want to pace up but legs did’t follow.
42km: Finished 3:22:10
Even it was not the PB, I am still very happy with it. I had a good time with my family and friends family supporting me . Thanks Nestor and club to have the Canada singlets which comes a lot of cheering . Thanks Pete for the video (even I did not follow). Thanks R&B and everyone. Our Phonixer are all great, do you agree?


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