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5km

5 KM is a perfect distance for runners of all types. These races are accessible to recreational runners but are also ideal for elites. When athletes give it their all, running well under the 15-minute mark, the 5 km can be very entertaining to watch! If this is your first competition, you should start by running a 5km. Fun guaranteed!

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10km

The 10 KM is currently the most popular distance among runners. Although it is usually held on the road, the 10,000-meter race is also disputed on the track, and represents the longest track event presented at the Olympics. Today, more women than men are registered for 10km races overall, but it wasn't until 1988 that women could compete in the 10 KM event during the Olympics.

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Half Marathon (21.1km)

The HALF MARATHON is a distance for which significant increases in participation rates were observed in recent years. Greatly enjoyed by recreational runners, it is also the land of spectacular records in athletes: 58 min 23 s for men (Zersenay Tadese) and 1 h 05 min 09 s for women (Florence Kiplagat)! The half marathon is a great distance for runners who present with good endurance and who want to combine several events on their calendar.

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Marathon (42.2km)

The MARATHON is a mythical event which owes its name to the distance traveled by a Greek messenger in 490 BC. During the war against the Persians, Philippides accomplished the feat of running 40 kilometers, the distance between the cities of Marathon and Athens to announce the Greek victory! It would eventually take until 1921 before the distance is fixed at 42.195 km! Finishing a marathon is a great accomplishment!

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Children

You can run on the road, on a trail, with a ball, jumping up and down. The options are endless! To help motivate your child, The Running Clinic offers an introductory program to running. The program is gradual and children can track their progress by checking the “Achieved Successfully” box next to each training session. Post it on your fridge and watch your child improve!

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Return to running

Returning to running after a break or an injury requires a gradual progression. Our interval programs are designed to increase the tolerance of your body in order to safely build back up to your regular training.

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