Andree Germain and her partner Michel Trottier celebrate with a New Brunswick flag as the end of the 2015 Emera Marathon by the Sea.
There is a great picture at the finish line of the 2015 Emera Marathon by the Sea.
Andrée Germain of Granby, Que. and her new partner Michel Trottier of St. Lambert, Que., stand arm-in-arm, clutching a New Brunswick Flag, beaming with smiles of satisfaction and accomplishment.
Michel crossed the line seventh overall in 3:19.08 over the at-times hilly layout. Andrée was right behind in ninth in 3:25.22 in her first-ever marathon, which also qualified her for the Boston Marathon. More importantly, she won the women’s race by almost two minutes. Continue reading
Todd Price is shown training the hills in Quispamsis in preparation for the 2006 Marathon by the Sea.
Todd Price could win Marathon by the Sea. The veteran runner is back for a serious attempt at pushing himself and if he puts together one of those special runs, he figures there is a chance to break his personal best, set back in 2006 and that may just be good enough to earn the overall title Sunday in the full marathon. But in his Running Whys, Todd details his long running history, why he ran, and why he hit the brakes a bit, only to return, refreshed and rejuvenated. We will learn about what running means to him, the runs to the Moose, his kinship on the course, beer drinking in Philly and his incredible affection for Marathon by the Sea. Enjoy.
First off, I want to say thank you. I’ve actually followed Kevin’s blog on Facebook the past year and read through a number of running stories since last year’s Marathon by the Sea. Having the opportunity to be included in the build up for this year’s race is a highlight for me through this year’s Marathon preparation. Continue reading