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Re: 37th Edition of Tour du Lac Brome by pete
[March 05, 2015, 03:47:09 PM]


Re: 37th Edition of Tour du Lac Brome by pete
[March 05, 2015, 11:11:45 AM]


37th Edition of Tour du Lac Brome by Nestor
[March 05, 2015, 11:05:00 AM]


Re: Phoenix at "La Cabane à Sucre" - March 21st by Raeann
[March 05, 2015, 08:47:10 AM]


Re: Volunteers Needed For the Montreal Half Marathon April 26th by Raeann
[March 05, 2015, 08:45:46 AM]


Re: HAPPY BIRTHDAY WANJIRA by Nestor
[March 04, 2015, 10:18:45 PM]


xx 37th Edition of Tour du Lac Brome | 05 Mar 15
11:05:00 by Nestor | Views: 25 | Comments: 2

This is a cool little race tha...


xx A new series of races for 2015 | 02 Mar 15
10:41:03 by pete | Views: 24 | Comments: 0

A few year ago I promoted the ...


xx HUDSON MOHAWK MARATHON OPEN DISCUSSION GROUP | 14 Feb 15
15:39:57 by pete | Views: 70 | Comments: 1

If you are planning on running...


xx WINEGLASS MARATHON OPEN DISCUSSION GROUP | 14 Feb 15
15:38:24 by pete | Views: 102 | Comments: 4

If you are planning on running...


Phoenix Runners - Montreal

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Who are we?
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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 October - 8:00 AM From November 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 membership form.



xx 37th Edition of Tour du Lac Brome | 05 Mar 15
Nestor
11:05:00 by Nestor
Views: 25 | Comments: 2

This is a cool little race that attracts quite the crowd. There are races all weekend, but the classic is the 20k run around Lac Brome on Sunday morning. Here is the link:

http://www.tourdulacbrome.com/home_english.html

This is the same weekend as the 50k and 100k Mount Royal Summit Quest races. I don't know which one I will be doing yet, but if I don't do the MRSQ I will probably do the Lac Brome....


xx Volunteers Needed For the Montreal Half Marathon April 26th | 02 Mar 15
frank
15:41:22 by frank
Views: 64 | Comments: 4

 Smiley Smiley Smiley

The Montreal Half Marathon (and 5k) will be held on Sunday April 26 at Parc Jean Drapeau.

The Phoenix Runners Club has manned a Water Table at this event for the last eight years.

This is a great way to give back to the running community of Montreal as well as making a few bucks for our Club.

I am hereby soliciting volunteers.

Please let me know if you (and any family members or friends) will be able to volunteer and also indicate the T-Shirt size of each volunteer.

BTW we have been assigned our usual spot under the Jacques Cartier Bridge.

 Smiley Smiley Smiley
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xx A new series of races for 2015 | 02 Mar 15
pete
10:41:03 by pete
Views: 24 | Comments: 0

A few year ago I promoted the Coupe Dix30 series which I would race regularly during the spring and summer. Ran my 10k PBs there. :-)

The Coupe Dix30 was cancelled in 2013, but then came back in 2014 in the form of "Les courses thématiques" login to see calendar

They have added new events for 2015, the first one is la Course du Tour de l'horloge in the old Port March 15th.  http://coursesthematiques.com

They are fun races (I did 2 last year), they give out nice medals and always have nice food. You should look them up, if you are looking for smaller local races during the coming months.



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xx Phoenix at "La Cabane à Sucre" - March 21st | 25 Feb 15
pete
09:32:59 by pete
Views: 111 | Comments: 5

To all Phoenix members,

We had so much fun at "La Cabane à sucre" last year, we are going back again this year. Members can again benefit from a reduced price courtesy of the club.


We have again selected Pierre Faucher’s "Sucrerie de la Montagne" in Rigaud (Pete's long lost cousins :-) login for photo, renowned for its food and ambiance. There is live music, sleigh rides, maple sugar on snow, all in the beautiful surroundings of Mont Rigaud. You can actually sit in the fireplace it's so big!!
"...Designated an official “Site du Patrimoine Québécois” (Québec Heritage site), the sugar shack, located in the midst of a 120-acre forest of century-old maples atop Mont Rigaud, west of Montréal, transports its visitors back in time, providing them with a momentary glimpse of life as it truly was for Québec and Canadian pioneers."


Date: Saturday, March 21, 2015
Time: 12:00 (service starts around 12:30 - 1:00) TBC
Place: Sucrerie de la Montagne, 300, Chemin St-Georges, Rigaud, Québec

http://www.sucreriedelamontagne.com/eng/index.php

Cost: Payable in advance to Chris Foroglou
Members: $25 All you can eat. Beer is extra.
Family and friends:
Adult (13+) $35
Children 7-12 - $20
Children 3-6 - $15
Under 3 - Free

Members can come after their saturday long run on Ile Bizard, or run in Rigaud before lunch.
From Sucrerie de la Montagne, there is an amazing 14km trail loop that will challenge anyone (Bill?) and there are a couple of (road) loops runners can do with the longest distance being 22kms (St. Georges – St. Henri roads)

Last year we met around 8h30 and ran about 20k before lunch. Best way to open your appetite!


Please RSVP by March 7th if you are planning on attending, alone or with family.

Thanks!

Pete on behalf of the Phoenix Committee ...



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