The Running Whys – Johanne Thériault

Johanne TheriaultAs Johanne Thériault details her busy running schedule, whether it be training on the road near her home in Nigadoo or outlining her plans to race in Berlin, Chicago and Saint John this year, the question usually turns to her motivations.

That’s where the 34-year-old city solicitor for the City of Bathurst can get emotional.

“It’s always a question I like to brush off, because the answer is pretty personal,” says Johanne. “It’s something that is still hard to even say out loud.” Continue reading

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The Running Whys – Kevin McEachern

Kevin McEachern is using the Marathon by the Sea as the next stepping stone toward his goal of running a full marathon.

Kevin McEachern is using the Marathon by the Sea as a stepping stone toward his goal of running a full marathon.

For extremely personal reasons, Kevin McEachern got into running a few years ago. In short, it’s helped him through a stressful period in his life. But something else happened – he caught the running fever and last year, finished near the top of his age class in the Running Room Super Series. He’s got big plans for later this year as well, including a run at Marathon by the Sea. Check them out in this edition of the Running Whys.

by Kevin McEachern

Why do I run?

I’ve thought about how to answer this question for weeks now (as I procrastinated on starting to write this!). I had convinced myself the answer was nuanced and complex, and deserved a great deal of deep thought and analysis. It really isn’t that way at all! Continue reading