Ryan Day’s hopes for the Olympics

Canadian runner Ryan Day has moved to Toronto to join the Brooks Canada Marathon Project. The project aims to help train runners in groups, rather struggling by themselves. He is competing this weekend in the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon.

“The Olympics are never a sure thing but it would give me a much better shot at qualifying if I came out and joined it,” Day said. “So I took the leap and moved out here.”

“You have a group of people that’s training and pushing each other and I think you get better results,” said Mike Dyon, a four-time Canadian marathon champion.

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Posted by Mike 11 years ago

filed under: Canada, Men's Marathon


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